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Based upon an original script by Patrick Daly and Joel Fendelman, Remittance is a realistic portrayal of low-wage migrant workers in Singapore shot at real locations with a cast including actual domestic workers.
Fall 2019 working group meetings of the Migration & Game Design Group. Students, faculty, staff & members of the Champaign-Urbana community are welcome. Lunch provided with RSVP to email@example.com by September 8th.
This new PBS documentary is being screened in anticipation of a public lecture on September 19 by Wang Dan, one of the main student organizers of the Tiananmen Square Protests.
The Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies (CEAPS) cordially invites you to our Annual Reception on Friday, September 13, from 12 to 1 pm at 101 International Studies Building. Formal program begins at 12:15 pm. Refreshments from the region will be served. All are welcome. Kindly RSVP by September 6, 2019.
September 13– Reproductive Freedom is a Christian Value featuring Rev. Katey Zeh, Religious Coalition For Reproductive Choice
Baroness Ruth Deech (Member of Parliament House of Lords, London) will offer her analysis and perspective on Brexit and welfare. Commentary by Richard Epstein Laurence A. Tisch Professor of Law and Director, Classical Liberal Institute New York University School of Law
A brief history of the unaccompanied immigrant child phenomenon in the United States. Why they come, how they come, how they are treated once they arrive and what real options they have for finding stability in the United States.
Two non-Japanese alumni who are working in Japan will visit the campus and share their job search and career stories. Light lunch will be provided.
In this lecture, Wang Dan poses the hypothetical question: If the Tiananmen Square Protests had succeeded, what would China look like today? He will give a first-hand account of the protests and his dreams of a democratic China. Ronald E. Yates will provide the introduction and serve as moderator for the discussion following the lecture.
WELCOMING WEEK: Immigration Justice Panel featuring Dr. Gio Guerra Perez, Dr. Korinta Maldonado, and Gloria Yen
CAS Noonhour Presentation featuring 2017-18 CAS Associate Craig Williams.
The Center for Global Studies cordially invites you to the CGS Fall Open House Reception! Light refreshments will be served.
Join us as we celebrate the new semester, welcome our new faculty members, and thank our outgoing director, Carla Santos, for her years of dedication to the EUC.
Speaker: Dr. Kasper Hansen, Professor of Political Science, University of Copenhagen http://www.kaspermhansen.eu This event is part of the speaker series “New Frontiers in Political Science Research Methods – Understanding European Politics, Societies, and Public Policy,”
September 27 –From Athlete to Activist: One Person’s Story on Finding Their Voice