The Lewis Global Studies Center is a bustling center of opportunities and events. All events take place in the Lewis Global Studies Center in Wright Hall and are open to the Smith community, unless otherwise noted.
Student Worker Position at the Women in Public Service Project (WPSP)
The 2014 Women in Public Service Project (WPSP) Institute is currently seeking applications for a student worker administrator position for their May 24-June 6 2014 program. This year's program is entitled "Reconstructing Societies in the Wake of Conflict: Transitional Justice and Economic Development". Applications are due March 7, 2014. Please 1)apply to this position through JobX 2) submit a resume and cover letter detailing relevant experience to Lisa Morde at email@example.com
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Resident Academic Director, Smith College in Geneva
Smith College seeks a full-time Residential Academic Director for its Program in International Studies based in Geneva, Switzerland. The Smith College program, founded in 1946 in affiliation with the University of Geneva, is one of the oldest U.S. undergraduate study abroad programs in Switzerland. The program consists of two “tracks”: one is the International Internship Semester and the other is University Studies at the University of Geneva. The Resident Academic Director is responsible for oversight of day-to-day program administration, academic advising, health and welfare of students, and implementation of long-term strategic goals for the program in close collaboration with the Smith College Office for International Study. Interested applicants may submit their CV and expression of interest to the attention of Rebecca Hovey, Dean for International Study, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline: 7 March 2014
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Nothing Happened: Charlotte Salomon and an Archive of Suicide (University of Michigan Press, 2013.)
With author Darcy Buerkle, associate professor of Hi so try, and special guest interlocutors Kevin Quashie, Associate Professor of Afro-American Studies, and Karen Remmler, Professor of German Studies at Mount Holyoke College. Cosponsor by the Departments of History and Study of Women & Gender.
Thursday, March 13, at 12:00 p.m.
Tibetan Refugees Living Half a Century in Limbo
With Dr. Barry Kerzin, Buddhist monk, teacher, medical doctor.
Tuesday, March 25, at 4:00 p.m.
Cultural Tradition in Pakistan: The Politics of Sufi Music within the Islamic Tradition
With well-known qawwal singer Asif Ali Khan and his group of musicians from Pakistan. Cosponsored with the Asian Arts & Culture program at University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Friday, March 28, at 4:00 p.m.
Transitional Justice and Economic Development
Smith College and Mount Holyoke College will cohost this institute of the Women in Public Service Project.
May 25 - June 6, 2014