DU Center for Middle East Studies to host myriad events in April

March 15, 2013

Our friends at the DU Center for Middle East Studies have put together numerous events for the month of April. Please mark them in your calendars if you wish to attend.

Tuesday April 2nd – The Arab Spring & the Dynamics of Global Autocracy
A Lecture by Daniel Brumberg of Georgetown University
12:00 p.m. | Room 229—Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management

Wednesday April 3rd – Lessons from the Iraq War, 10 Years On
A Conversation with Thabit A.J. Abdullah of York University & Christopher Hill, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq (2009-2010) & Dean of the Josef Korbel School
12:00 p.m. | Anderson Academic Commons Event Space, Room 290
co-sponsored by the Center on Rights Development & the Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security and Diplomacy

Thursday April 4th – Film Screening + Discussion: Where Do We Go Now?
The women of a post-conflict, Middle Eastern village struggle together to prevent Christian/Muslim violence
6:00 p.m. | Sturm 451
co-sponsored with the Religious Studies and Media, Film & Journalism Studies Departments

Monday April 8th – Who Won the Iraq War? The 10th Anniversary of the U.S. Invasion
A Presentation by Journalists Reese Erlich & Norman Solomon
2:00 p.m. | University of Colorado Denver – North Classroom 1607

Thursday April 25th – Founding Amnesias: Slaves, Palestinians and Native Americans
A Talk by Alan Gilbert, John Evans Professor, Josef Korbel School of International Studies
discussant: Andrea Stanton, Professor of Religious Studies, DU
12:00 p.m. | SIÉ 150