12/05/2017
Global & Intercultural Studies, in its third academic year, looks back at a productive, exciting 2017
Miami's Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC), officially established in fall 2015, has completed many important milestones in 2017
11/17/2017
From Phoenix to New York City, are American cities sustainable or resilient?
New York University professor Andrew Ross led the fall semester's final edition of the Humanities Center's Altman Distinguished Lecture Series, "Plan for the Best or Anticipate the Worst? From Sustainability to Resilience," on November 8
11/09/2017
Department of History observes 500 years since Martin Luther's landmark 95 Theses
In honor of Martin Luther’s work, the Department of History hosted a free public symposium entitled "Reformations of the Sixteenth Century: Martin Luther and His World, 500 Years Later" November 2-3 at the Miami Art Museum
11/01/2017
500th anniversary of the Reformation unites faculty and religious leaders to address Martin Luther's groundbreaking revolution
On November 2-3, the Department of History’s McClellan Symposium in History will host a two-day session on the topic "Reformations of the Sixteenth Century: Martin Luther and His World, 500 Years Later"
10/18/2017
A summer in the Balkans: Impactful internships in a developing democracy
One interdisciplinary program Miami offers takes students to Pristina, Kosovo for two months during the summer. Kosovo is a developing nation in the Western Balkans that declared independence from Serbia in 2008 following a series of wars and ethnic cleansing in the late 1990s
08/15/2017
Kimberly Hamlin receives NEH Public Scholar Award for Woman Citizen
Kimberly Hamlin, associate professor of history and global & intercultural studies, has been awarded with a prestigious Public Scholar Award from the National Endowment for the Humanities for her biography of suffragist Helen Hamilton Gardener, 'Woman Citizen'
03/08/2017
Refuge/Refugee Lecture Series highlights the plight of some of the world's most vulnerable people
This spring semester the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC) is hosting a series of lectures, Refuge/Refugee, to call attention to the world's refugee crisis, overwhelmingly Syrian, which in 2016 became the largest since World War II
02/14/2017
Faculty and students meet to discuss implications of the federal government's immigration ban
The Departments of Political Science, Comparative Religion, and Global and Intercultural Studies recently hosted a special "pop-up" lecture in which students and professors came together to discuss President Trump's recent immigration ban on seven Muslim-majority countries
02/13/2017
What Donald Trump’s rhetoric borrows from the Tea Party
Dr. Rachel Blum's article on Vox...