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Tomorrow at 6pm in Addlestone 227, Kirsten Weld will present her talk, “Paper Cadavers: The Archives of Dictatorship in Guatemala,” which examines the discovery and rescue of Guatemala’s secret police archives. Anyone interested in human rights work, the politics of memory, and transitional justice will not want to miss this!Paper%20Cadavers%20Flyer-3

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Moore Student Research Conference: April 10

Posted by: Lauren Saulino | April 10, 2015 | No Comment |

Congrats to our fantastic International Studies majors who presented their individual research today:

Kaitlyn Werley, Olivia Cohen, and Nick LavergneWilliam Moore Flyer 2015

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Thursday, April 9 at 4pm in the Cato Center for Performing Arts:

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Raj Patel: The Value of Nothing – Stuffed and Starved

Posted by: Lauren Saulino | April 7, 2015 | No Comment |

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Summer 2015 courses now posted

Posted by: Lauren Saulino | February 27, 2015 | No Comment |

On March 10th registration will open for Summer 2015 courses.  Take note of summer course offerings which can be applied toward the International Studies major:

http://internationalstudies.cofc.edu/documents/summer-courses

If you are planning to study abroad this summer with CofC, the deadline is March 15.

In just one month (beginning March 26) registration will open for the Fall 2015 term.  Now is the time to start planning your classes and to make an appointment to come in for advising.

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