WILLIAMSTOWN - The International Studies Colloquium at Williams College will continue in the spring semester. The next event in the series will be a discussion of "Cervical Cancer in Nicaragua - Prevention Strategies and Implementation Challenges" with Kaye Edwards, professor of international studies, on Tuesday, Feb. 26.
This colloquium is one in a series of discussions hosted by the International Studies Program throughout the spring semester. All discussions will begin at 2:45 p.m. in Schapiro Hall, room 129. These events are all free and open to the public.
March 5 - Greg Mitchell, professor of women's gender and sexuality studies, will present "For ESPN to See: Lessons for Brazil from the UK and South Africa about Moral Panics, Sex Trafficking, and Homonationalism during Global Sporting Events."
March 12 - Nimu Njoya, professor of political science, will present "The State of Birth Control: A Kantian Argument for Women's Rights in International Development."
April 2 The Center for Development Economics will present "CDE Country Talks: Politics in the Caucasus" with Fuad Mammadov (Azerbaijan), Giorgi Mamatelashvili (Georgia), Hayk Ayvazyan (Armenia), and Nikoloz Gagua (Georgia).
April 9 - Kim Gutschow, professor of religion and anthropology, will present "Anthropology of Maternal Mortality in India."
April 16 - The Center for Development Economics will present "CDE Country Talks: Post-Conflict Societies: Liberia and Rwanda" with Jay Brown (Liberia), Chandra Clark (Liberia), Clement Ncuti (Rwanda), and Derek Apell (Rwanda).
April 23 - The Center for Development Economics will present "CDE Country Talks: Energy and Natural Resources in Lebanon, Kyrgyzstan, and Guinea" with Sarah Bou Atmeh (Lebanon), Tilekbek Shamurzaev (Kyrgyzstan), and Mariama Sylla (Guinea).
April 30 - The presenter and topic are TBA.
May 7 - The final international studies colloquium of the spring semester will be "Turkey and Argentina" by Gibbs Cullen '14, Chloe Kuh '13, Jimmy Ray '13, Ladd Hamrick '13, Rhys Watkins '13, and Elizabeth Stern '14.
For info: williams.edu.