Olga Bezhanova

International Relations Lecture Series Olga Bezhanova 12 April, 2022 The Waxing & Waning of Democracy Around the World About The Topic After the fall of the USSR in 1991 and the subsequent efforts of countries in Eastern Europe and the Global South to establish...

Ariel Burgess, MSW

International Relations Lecture Series Ariel Burgess, MSW 08 March, 2022 Welcoming Refugees to St. Louis and a Glimpse at the World Refugee Situation About The Topic The speaker will give us a glimpse of the worldwide refugee situation and then focus on refugees...

Carl Bender, PhD

International Relations Lecture Series Carl Bender, PhD 08 February, 2022 Climate Change About The Topic By far, the most serious problem that the earth’s population faces is that of climate change. Scientists have been well aware of this problem for more than a...

Julie Blase, PhD

International Relations Lecture Series  Dr. Julie Blase 11 January, 2022 Feeding the Dragon: US Choices & Habits that Contribute to the Growth of Chinese Power More About The Topic Please join us to hear some provocative ideas about the future of US-China...
Dr. Akiko Tsuchiya Speaks on Historical Heritage & Racist Art

Dr. Akiko Tsuchiya Speaks on Historical Heritage & Racist Art

International Relations Lecture Series Dr. Akiko Tsuchiya, Professor of Spanish and of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies 13 April, 2021 Topic: Historical Heritage & Racist Art About Akiko Tsuchiya, PhD More about Akiko on her University page. Akiko Tsuchiya is...