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UPCOMING EVENTS

September 8, 2015: Public lecture by Shengtian Zheng on Diego Rivera as part of Mexico Fest 2015.

September 15, 2015 Public lecture by Miguel Bronfman.  Details TBA.

September 24, 2015: Public lecture by Simons Visiting Chair Hugh Roberts titled 'Promoting insecurity: Western policy and the degradation of the state-society relationship in the Middle East and North Africa' followed by reception for SFU alumni. Details TBA.

November 10, 2015: Celebration of Latin American Studies at SFU.  Details TBA.  Hold the date!

Archived News and Events

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The School for International Studies provides the editorial office of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d'études du développement

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 3, 2015: Simons Chair Jeff Checkel will be chairing one panel ('Socialization and Violence'), participating in another ('Ideational Turns in the Four Sub-Disciplines'), and co-teaching a half-day course on process tracing at the Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, in San Francisco, CA.

September 1, 2015: The School welcomes Limited Term Assistant Professor Leslie Arjimo and Simons Research Fellow Shayna Plaut!

August 31, 2015: 'Star-crossed: An international code of conduct for outer space?' by adjunct prof Paul Meyer.

August 17, 2015: Greg Feldman speaks on the root causes of the African migration crisis not addressed in the corporate media, on the web-based newscast channel Telesur on a program called Imaginary Lines.

August 17, 2015: 'The neoliberal diet and inequality in the United States' in Social Science and Medicine, vol. 142, October 2015 (pp. 47-55) by Gerardo Otero, Gabriela Pechlaner, Giselle Liberman (LASMA graduate) & Efe Gürcan is now available online.

August 13, 2015: Kyae Lim Kwon (BA 2013) just published her first peer-reviewed article with Robert Hanlon: 'A comparative review for understanding elite interest and climate change policy in China'.

August 4, 2015: 'Seizing the Diplomatic Initiative to Control Cyber Conflict' in The Washington Quarterly, Volume 38, Issue 2, May 2015 by adjunct professor Paul Meyer is now available online.

July 24, 2015: Simons Chair Jeff Checkel and Martha Snodgrass summit the Taeschhorn (4500 metres / 15,000 feet), one of the highest and more challenging peaks in the southern Swiss alps!

July 13, 2015: A nuclear agreement in need of Canadian leadership by adjunct professor Paul Meyer.