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Veni, Vidi, Ricci

An Italian Jesuit's Chinese map of the world has captured the imagination of CLA's scholars of Chinese culture and history.

Axes of evolution

80x80biface.jpgTostevin will use his Imagine Fund grant to acquire 3-D models of actual flint flakes found in Europe for further studies Continue reading...

Calendar Politics

Professor Keith Mayes publishes the first scholarly book connecting Kwanzaa and the Black Power movement.

Finding the Third Space

Grad student Vlad Dima makes connections between French and African cinema
By Vlad Dima, Ph.D. candidate

Staging Chaos

African francophone theater fascinates grad student Sylvie Ngilla
By Sylvie Ngilla, Ph.D. candidate

What's Old is New

Professor Susan Noakes finds connections between the Middle Ages and today
By Linda Shapiro

Florence in the Springtime

A new May term course in Italy immerses students in la dolce vita
By Kelly O'Brien

Crossing Over

Hakim Abderrezak follows the twists and turns of the North African migration story
by Danny LaChance

Place Setting

In France, politeness is staging a comeback.

Student Activism Without Borders

By Claire Leslie
Global studies students raise funds for an orphanage in Honduras.

It's a Not-So-Small World

By Danny LaChance
The Institute for Global Studies helps educators create globally-aware classrooms

The Making of Global Cities

By Michael Goldman, professor of Global Studies and Sociology
Faculty members, with colleagues from around the world, study cities of the global South in new ways



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