UPCOMING EVENTS

May 2021 Global Partition Series

In collaboration with the UW-Madison Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS), Center for European Studies (ES), and African Studies Program (ASP), the Center for South Asia (CSA) announces a series of K-12 teacher training workshops around the theme of global partitions. Each event will consist of a 45-60 minute presentation by an expert regional scholar followed by discussion and a Q&A session. All events will take place virtually from 3:30-5:00 PM CDT.

May 4, 2021: Yasmin Saikia (Hardt-Nickachos Endowed Chair in Peace Studies and Professor of History, Arizona State University)

Topic: Impact of partition on Bangladesh

Hosted by CSA and IRIS

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May 11, 2021: Anna Oltman (Lecturer, Human Rights, University College London)

Topic: Brexit with connection to cross-border cooperation in Ireland

Hosted by CSA, ES, & IRIS

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May 18, 2021: Heinz Klug (Evjue-Bascom Professor of Law and Sheldon B. Lubar Distinguished Research Chair, UW Law School, and Visiting Professor, School of Law, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa)

Title Topic: Historical and colonial contexts in South Africa and beyond

Hosted by ASP & IRIS


PAST EVENTS

International Career Series: International Education

The Global Engagement Office, International Studies Major, Middle East Studies Program, Center for South Asia, African Studies Program, and the Global Higher Education Master’s program hosted an event on International Education (careers related to: international educational development, international education in higher education, and international teaching) for undergraduate and graduate students.

Speakers Emily Hall and Anne Smiley will discussed how to leverage your international and regional studies and related expertise to achieve your career goals in International Education.

  • Emily Hall is a Community Engagement Coordinator for the U.S. Department of State funded English Language Programs at Center for Intercultural Education and Development at Georgetown University. Emily also worked as a Program Officer for Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Programs at the Institute of International Education and was an educator in Nepal, Tanzania, and the United States.
  • Anne Smiley is an Associate Director of Research and Evaluation at FHI 360’s Global Education, Employment and Engagement business unit. Anne also has worked in Egypt, Ethiopia, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, and South Sudan.

IRIS-CSA, “Invisible Communities and the Places We Ignore: A Writing Workshop”