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International Opportunities
Global Engagement Seminars
Study Abroad
International Students & Scholars
American Studies Diploma Program
Translation Concentration
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Calendar of Events

This calendar lists each week's notable events with an international or intercultural focus. Event information comes from the Smith College calendar. To have your event listed, contact the Global Studies Center at global@smith.edu.

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January 27- Feb 2

February 3-9

February 10-16

WHAW: American Studies Association's Academic Boycott of Israel
January 30, 2014
WHAW (What’s Happening Around the World) with Donna Divine, Elliot Fratkin, and Michael Thurston.
Lewis Global Studies Center, Wright Hall
12:00 pm

Lectures and Symposia

Invitation to a conversation with Sandra Bermann
February 3, 2014
What can a comparative literature major or a student with interests in languages and translation do after Smith? Professor Sandra Bermann will be happy to talk to you about where and how you can go after Smith.
Campus Center 205
4:15 pm to 5:00 pm

Black Queer Born Frees in South Africa
February 4, 2014
Photographer and visual activist Zanele Muholi will show new photographs and a new video produced in Durban as part of a presentation exploring Black Frees.
Neilson Browsing Room
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Featured Event

Global Salon: Is Germany too Powerful for Europe?
February 10, 2014
with Rolf Schütte, German Consul General for the New England States.
Lewis Global Studies Center, Wright Hall
12:10 pm

Lectures and Symposia

"Why Shall I Stop Eating Pork?"
February 14, 2014
With Rahel Wasserfall, on "eating together in difference."
Seelye 201