A Center for Global Studies Forum Iraq to Nicaragua:Amnesty International and War Sgt. Camilo Mejia Conscientious Objector Tuesday, December 4 103 Porter | Hammond Campus 12:30 pm
Professor Muhammed Shafiuddin Khan will be visiting PNW from Pakistan to discuss “Resisting Sexism and Militarism in Pakistan Today”. Pakistan today has a complex mix of economic, political, and cultural interests. The struggle for respect for women’s rights, for ethnic and religious harmony, for the rights of the poor and against the dangerous forces of […]
Dr. Steve Ellner, Political Science and Economic History Professor at Universidad de Oriente in Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela will be visiting PNW to discuss US/Venezuelan relations. Dr. Ellner will discuss the crisis: 1000% inflation unemployment, food shortages, economic crunch, mass migration; the conflict: sanctions, sabotage, organized violence, corruption, intervention and propaganda; and the causes: to be […]
Topic: “A Tale of Two Chinas: the Power-Capital China and the Rights-Deprived China”
This training workshop is designed to train high school teachers and students in the Northwest Indiana area to engage in digital and spatial teaching and learning in the fields of social studies, such as history, government and economics.
This webinar introduces participants to the basic navigation of creating spatial data on Chinese religions. It is designed for researchers with little or no background in Geospatial Information Sciences (GIS), but who are seeking a way to map various kinds of data about Chinese religions.
we would like to offer an informal and entry level workshop to introduce digital and spatial teaching and learning methods and tools in the context of the humanities and social sciences.
The Honorable Mr. Faisal Niaz Tirmizi has handled bilateral, multilateral, consular and administrative assignments both in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and abroad. Mr. Tirmizi served in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
This presentation compares the role, duties and prerogatives of the state in the management of religious affairs in the context of the global debates related to secularism, global governance and the expression of religious beliefs.
On May 12, 2016, Purdue’s Center on Religion and Chinese Society (CRCS) will take 15 students on a research trip to China.