INST Major Wins Prestigious Boren Scholarship to Study Russian

We are excited to announce that INST Major Paine Lewis will be traveling to Latvia in January for intensive language study, thanks to a generous Boren Award. Paine is the second INST major and the fourth CSU student since 2001 to receive this highly competitive national award, which supports national security and critical language study. […]

INST Director’s new book explores environmental policy’s impact on nomadism around Mediterranean

Dr. Andrea Duffy, Director of International Studies, explores colonial administrative policy and environmental injustice in her new book Nomad’s Land: Pastoralism and French Environmental Policy in the Nineteenth-Century Mediterranean, published by the University of Nebraska Press in December 2019. Read the feature on her work in Source, CSU’s online news magazine. Find out more about […]

Week 4 Events and Opportunities (FA19)

  UPCOMING EVENTS:   “Outmigration and Political Development in the Northern Triangle,” Lecture with CSU Professor of Political Science Stephen Mumme* Tuesday, September 17 / 5-7 pm / Global Village Museum “Straight Talk from the US Southern Border,” Guest Lecture with Journalist Julian Aguilar* Thursday, September 19 / 4 pm / Cherokee Park, Lory Student […]

INST Events and Opportunities Newsletter Week 4

UPCOMING EVENTS:     “Outmigration and Political Development in the Northern Triangle,” Lecture with CSU Professor of Political Science Stephen Mumme* Tuesday, September 17 / 5-7 pm / Global Village Museum See press release and student coupons attached to this email.   “Straight Talk from the US Southern Border,” Guest Lecture with Journalist Julian Aguilar* […]

INST Events and Opportunities Newsletter Week 3

UPCOMING EVENTS:   “A Korean War Retrospective: A Conflicted Legacy of Misunderstandings, Memories and Memorials,” Lecture by Former Director of the Truman Presidential Library and Former President of the National Council on Public History Michael Devine* Tuesday, September 10 / 6-7 pm / Clark A 103 Korea is often referred to as the “Forgotten War.” […]

INST Events and Opportunities Newsletter Week 2

UPCOMING EVENTS:   Ethnic Studies in Action Information and Organizing Session Wednesday, September 4 / 5 pm / Eddy 202 The Ethnic Studies department’s student organization, Ethnic Studies in Action, is having an Information and Organizing Session next Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019 at 5pm here in our main office, Eddy 202. This is not a formal meeting, […]

INST Events and Opportunities Newsletter Week 15

UPCOMING EVENTS:   Rekindle the Classics: The Secret River* May 16, 2019 / 6:30-8:30pm / Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House Join us to discuss this historical novel about an early 19th century Englishman transported to Australia for theft. The story explores what might have happened when Europeans colonized land already inhabited by Aboriginal people. […]

INST Events and Opportunities Newsletter Week 14

UPCOMING EVENTS:   Rekindle the Classics: The Secret River* May 16, 2019 / 6:30-8:30pm / Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House Join us to discuss this historical novel about an early 19th century Englishman transported to Australia for theft. The story explores what might have happened when Europeans colonized land already inhabited by Aboriginal people. […]

INST Events and Opportunities Newsletter Week 12

UPCOMING EVENTS:   Last days of the Mighty MeKong by Brian Eyler* April 16, 2019 / 4:00-5:00pm / Animal Science 135 For those interested in expanding China, Environmentalism / Natural Resource Management and SouthEast Asia. Eyler journeys the length of the Mekong, one of the world’s most important ecosystems, meeting a swathe of individuals and […]