Hepburn Hall

Steven A. Cook - What Ever Happened to the Arab Spring?

Steven A. Cook is Eni Enrico Mattei senior fellow for Middle East and Africa studies at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). He is an expert on Arab and Turkish politics as well as U.S.-Middle East policy. Cook is the author of False Dawn: Protest, Democracy, and Violence in the New Middle East; The Struggle for Egypt: From Nasser to Tahrir Square, which won the Washington Institute for Near East Policy’s gold medal in 2012; and Ruling But Not Governing: The Military and Political Development in Egypt, Algeria, and Turkey. Cook is a columnist at Foreign Policy magazine.

Politics & Pizza

Politics and Pizza

Are you engaged in the current gun policy reform debate and want to become better informed about firearms? Are you interested in learning from a local gun owner and hunter’s perspective on firearm regulations? If so, then please join the Government Department for the following Politics and Pizza event:

Gun Policy Reforms:

A Gun Owner and Hunter's Perspective

Featuring Miles Manchester

Lecture: Dr. David Levy

Dr. David Levy, George Mason University, will present a lecture titled "Analytical egalitarianism and the free society: themes from Adam Smith."

David M. Levy is a professor of economics at George Mason University. He is the author of numerous books and articles on the history of economic thought, including The Economic Ideas of Ordinary People and How the Dismal Science Got Its Name. He has also published
extensively with his long-time co-author Sandra Peart. Their most recent book is Escape from Democracy, The Role of Experts and the Public in Economic Policy.

Annual Church Lecture

Innate immunity in West Nile virus and Zika virus infection: emerging neurotropic flaviviruses

The Richard D. Church Lectureship Endowment presents The Annual Church Lecture in Neuroscience

MICHAEL GALE, JR.
University of Washington School of Medicine
Monday, October 16, 2017, 7 P.M.
Hepburn Auditorium

Annual Church Lecture

Innate immunity in West Nile virus and Zika virus infection: emerging neurotropic flaviviruses

The Richard D. Church Lectureship Endowment presents The Annual Church Lecture in Neuroscience

MICHAEL GALE, JR.
University of Washington School of Medicine
Monday, October 16, 7:00 PM
Hepburn Auditorium

Borderlands Now: New Issues on the borders of Mexico, Canada, the Mohawk Nation, and the U.S.

 

Panelists to include:

Cynthia Bansak, SLU Professor of Economics

Brian W David, Native Inmate Liaison Officer, the Justice Department, Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, and former elected chief of Akwesasne

Neil Forkey, SLU Senior Lecturer in Canadian Studies

Megan Horn Essaheb, Assistant Director of Immigration and Immigrants’ Rights at Advancing Justice (AAJC), former policy analyst for Farmworker Justice, Washington D.C.

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