NH International Seminar

To cultivate community-wide dialogue on critical global issues, CIE showcases UNH faculty members' international research interests and brings leading scholars and practioners to campus. To learn more about previous NHIS presentations, refer to NHIS Archive.

Spring 2015 - UNH Faculty Abroad Series

NHIS Spring 2015 - UNH Faculty Abroad Series
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Drew Conroy (UNH Prof. of Applied Animal Science) 

Tuesday, February 24, MUB Theater I, 12:40-2:00 pm  Flyer >>
"Wildlife Conservation and Agricultural Development in Eastern and Southern Africa"

DREW CONROY
Professor of Applied Animal Science

 Nicoletta Gullace (UNH Associate Profess of History)

Tuessday, March 24, MUB Theater I, 12:40-2:00 pm  Flyer >>
"Contesting the Memory of the Great War"

NICOLETTA GULLACE
Associate Professor of History

 Sean Moore (UNH Axxociate Profess of English)

Thursday, April 16, MUB Theater I, 12:40-2:00 pm   Flyer >>
"Censorship and Freedom in Jonathan Swift’s Dublin and Today’s Developing World"

SEAN MOORE
Associate Professor of English
With special guest LEON MORSE, Deputy Director, IREX, speaking on global media sustainability and independence

 

Fall 2014 - RUSSIA & THE WEST -- 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
Co-sponsored by World Affairs Council of New Hampshire

NHIS Fall 2014--RUSSIA & THE WEST: 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
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Thursday, September 18, Murkland 115, 12:40-2:00 pm more >>
"Turbulent Times for East and West:  a U.S. Ambassador’s Perspective"

JACK MATLOCK
Ambassador to the former Soviet Union

 

Wednesday, October 22, MUB Theater II, 4:30-6:00 pm more >>
"Pipeline Politics: The Energy Dimensions of U.S.-Russian-European Relations"

MICHAEL KLARE
Professor and Director of the Five College Program in Peace and World Security Studies
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Thursday, November 20, MUB Theater II, 12:40-2:00 pm more >>
"U.S. Russia Relations: One crisis. Two narratives" article in The New Hampshire >>

BRIAN GREANEY
Foreign Service Deputy Head, Russia Desk, U.S. Department of State

COLONEL SCOTT DULLEA '89
Russian Desk Director, U.S. National Security Council