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2012-13 Mershon Center Conferences

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  1. Military Frontiers: A Graduate Symposium Beyond Battle

    Waddell, William; Johnson, Ian
    This year’s conference will highlight graduate student research on military history topics beyond the battlefield. Presentations will include logistics, civil defense, propaganda as well as diplomacy and the institutions that manage violent conflict. Students of military and diplomatic history, political scientists interested in military studies and specialists in military studies are encouraged to attend this symposium.
    (Video duration: 00:49:14) - 23-abr-2014

  2. Peacebuilding in an Ever More Globalized World: Commemorating the U.N. Agenda for Peace, 1992-2012

    Mughan, Tony; Carlarne, John; Alger, Chadwick
    The conference marks the 20th anniversary of the United Nations' An Agenda for Peace. This landmark document, building on knowledge and insight provided by both peace researchers and U.N. practitioners in the field, focused attention on building peace in the long-term in war-torn societies. As a consequence of its publication, non-military sources of instability and violence became explicit factors shaping UN peace planning and the notion of peace-building gained common currency.
    - 23-abr-2014

  3. China Town Hall: Local Connections, National Reflections

    Cassel, Pär
    CHINA Town Hall is a national day of programming on China involving 50 cities throughout the United States. Preceding the webcast will be a presentation by Pär Cassel, associate professor of history at the University of Michigan.
    (Video duration: 01:02:19) - 23-abr-2014

  4. Equitable Water Allocation, Eco-Cultural Restoration, and Social Justice in the Tigris-Euphrates Watershed

    Stevens, Michelle
    This panel will highlight one of the world's most volatile sources of international conflict — the scarcity and equitable allocation of water — by discussing current efforts to deescalate potential conflicts over water, ease human suffering, and restore vital ecosystems, cultures, and economies in the Tigris-Euphrates watershed region. This event will feature speakers from Turkey, Iraq, Kuwait, and the United States, including representatives of Hima Mesopotamia, an international NGO dedicated to stressing the importance of reaching across international borders to find solutions to the escalating ecological and humanitarian crisis occurring on the Tigris-Euphrates watershed.
    (Video duration: 01:38:14) - 23-abr-2014

  5. Middle Eastern American Identities

    Payind, Alam; Bozorgmehr, Mehdi; Friedlander, Jonathan
    Over the course of the 20th century the number of Americans who trace their ancestry to the Middle East has grown substantially and their ranks have become far more diverse. Today roughly half are Arab Americans and the other half are non-Arab, including Armenians, Iranians, Israelis, Turks, and others. The Middle Eastern umbrella category conceals a host of complex and multidimensional communities that challenge current notions about pan-ethnic identity.
    - 23-abr-2014

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