Global Studies’s Updates

  • Evi Fitriani Joins the Global Studies Advisory Board

    The Global Studies Advisory Board is honored to welcome our newest member – Evi Fitriani

     
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  • 2018 Plenary Speaker - Roberta Guerrina

    The Eleventh Global Studies Conference is pleased to announce Roberta Guerrina as a 2018 Plenary Speaker. 

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  • Derrick Nault Joins the Global Studies Advisory Board

    The Global Studies Advisory Board is honored to welcome our newest member  – Derrick Nault. 

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  • 2018 Plenary Speaker – Darren J. O’Byrne

    The Eleventh Global Studies Conference is pleased to announce Darren J. O’Byrne as a 2018 Plenary Speaker

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  • Renowned Sociologist Ulrich Beck Has Died

    Below is an excerpt from an article concerning the death of Ulrich Beck, who was a Plenary Speaker at the Fifth Global Studies Conference in 2012.

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  • These 8 Places in Europe Could Be the Next to Try for Independence

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    washingtonpost.com | Article Link | by Rick Noack

    Given Europe's complicated history and cultural diversity, the existence of independence-minded groups and regions is...More

  • As Ebola's Spread Continues, Warnings of an Inadequate Global Response

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    nationalgeographic.com | Article Link | by Karen Weintraub

    The battle against Ebola is winnable, public health officials say, but a growing chorus of institut...More

  • Myanmar's Young Tourism Entrepreneurs

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    bbc.com | Article Link | by Kayleigh Long

    Since almost five decades of rule by a military junta came to an end in Myanmar (also known as Burma) in 2011, a growing number of touri...More

  • Remittances and Growth: Gone Missing

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    economist.com | Article Link | by S.H

    Can remittances help poor countries to grow rich? In many countries, the money received from workers who are toiling abroad represents a signifi...More

  • Beijing to the US by train: China outlines plans to connect world by high speed rail network

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    independent.co.uk | Article Link | by Tomas Jivanda

    China has outlined its plan to connect the world by high-speed rail, including an underwater link to the US running a total 13,000...More