Events

"World History: A Long Story Short"

September 23, 4-5:30pm

History Professor Renée Baernstein, College of Arts and Science Distinguished Educator, will deliver this lecture …

"A New Way to Talk: Teaching the Language of Love at Da Ponte's Scuola degli amanti"

September 24, 4-6pm

Daniel Tonozzi, Professor of Italian, will deliver this lecture as part of a Work in Progress …

"When the East Meets the West"

September 24, 6-8pm

Dr. Haosheng Yang, will present this lecture about the film The Wedding Banquet directed by Ang Lee. Anyone who is interested in Chinese, Chinese movie and Chinese culture, please come and join us to see what will happen when the East meets the West …

"Fixing a Broken Food System: Some Ideas"

September 24, 7-9pm

Claire Kremen, University of California, Berkeley, presents this talk as a Willeke Lecture and part of the 2014-15 Altman Program in the Humanities …

Chinese Festival

September 26, 2-8:30pm

This festival includes numerous activities and is part of the Global Confucius Institute Day Celebration …

Study Abroad Fair

September 29, 2-9pm

The study Abroad Fair is held yearly to demonstrate the wide variety of options that students can have to study abroad while at Miami …

Translation Symposium: Panel & Reading

September 29, 4-7pm

Distinguished poet/translators Kazim Ali, Nathanael, and Philip Metres will read from and discuss their translations from Persian, Russian and French poetry …

"Cinema and Masculinity in Pietro Germi's 'Divorce Italian Style'"

September 30, 4-6pm

Renato Ventura delivers this L.P. Irvin Lecture …

"Why the Seven Years' War is Worth Remembering"

October 6, 4:30-6pm

Fred Anderson, Professor of History, University of Colorado at Boulder, delivers this lecture as part of the A. Andrew Olson Lecture Series of Early American History in honor of Professor Andrew Cayton …

"Putin's Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia?"

October 7, 4-5:30pm

This short lecture will be followed by a book signing and reception to celebrate the publication of Karen Dawisha's latest book …

STUCK (film)

October 7, 4-6pm

This event will be a screening of the feature-length documentary film called STUCK, which explores the obstacles children face in the context of international adoptions as it follows American families on their quest to adopt from Ethiopia, Haiti, and Vietnam …

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    International Studies

    The International Studies program (ITS) is an interdisciplinary major in the College of Arts and Science. Students can earn a Bachelor's degree (BA) in International Studies. We believe that most global problems and issues are too complex to be understood through a single disciplinary perspective. Student learn about the world through a multiplicity of lenses. All of our students are expected to study abroad.

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