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03/15/2021
Faculty Research Profile: Stephen Norris
Dr. Stephen Norris discusses research focusing on Modern Russian visual culture and propaganda since the 19th Century
03/15/2021
Freedom Rider Betty Daniels Rosemond shares her story with Miami students
Betty Daniels Rosemond, a Freedom Rider who fought for racial justice, spoke with Miami students in instructor of social justice Mark Curnutte's class on Thursday, March 4 to share her experiences as a member of The Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) in 1961.
03/11/2021
MUDEC Field Trips: A Photo Essay
MUDEC sprint course field trips continued last week with visits to museums and a youth hostel.
03/11/2021
GIC Career Day offers insight into the job world from an interdisciplinary perspective
On March 3, over 140 students, faculty, and alumni participated in GIC Career Day, hosted by the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC). The three-part event featured a resume workshop, a LinkedIn and Alumni Connect workshop, and the highlight of the event, an alumni panel and discussion.
03/11/2021
Ohio officials to share insight on the pandemic's impact on health equity and social justice
The Center for American and World Cultures, through its Robert E. Strippel Memorial Fund, has organized an online panel series beginning on Tuesday, March 16 to discuss the disproportionate impacts of Covid-19 in underrepresented communities.
03/10/2021
Call for papers is open for National Civil Rights Conference
Miami University will host the 10th Annual National Civil Rights Conference in summer of 2021. The conference was originally scheduled for 2020, but was postponed due to the pandemic.
03/10/2021
Where in the World is Miami Wednesday: Uruguay
Pranshu and his broomball team after winning the championship game.Meet Anna, a junior International Studies and Political Studies major, who is studying Spanish in Montevideo, Uruguay this semester.
03/10/2021
Having Lived vs. Having Been Somewhere: A Reflection
MUDEC student Katie Johnston reflects upon her travel in Europe, engaging with the travel narrative 'Afropean: Notes from Black Europe.'
03/04/2021
Return to Classes, Fall 2021
For Oxford undergraduates, we anticipate providing most instruction face-to-face and do not foresee a fully remote option.