ISA GSCIS 2017 Program and Events

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We're excited to announce our 2017 program in Havana!

Preliminary Conference Schedule

Wednesday, July 5, 2017
6:30p-TBD  Evening Reception and Opening
Thursday, July 6, 2017
8:15a-10:00a Plenary Panel on Local Perspectives on IR and the Work
of UNAM,U of Havana, CRIES and Global South Caucus
10:15a-12:00p Panel Sessions I
12:05p-1:15p Networking Lunch for Graduate Students and
Young Scholars including Cuban scholars (Bring your own lunch);
selected speakers; book and journal promotions
1:30p-3:15p Panel Sessions II
3:30p-5:15p Panel Sessions III
5:30p-6:45p Transnational Feminist Solidarity and the Politics
of Resistance in a Turbulent Era
Friday, July 7, 2017
8:15a-10:00a Highlight: UNAM Panel: The Foreign Policy of the Middle Powers:
Brazil, Mexico, Spain
10:15a-12:00p Panel Sessions I
12:05p-1:15p Lunch Break
1:30p-3:15p Panel Sessions II
3:30p-5:15p Panel Sessions III
5:30p-6:45p Panel on IR at Work (Chat with local ambassadors)
followed by: Cultural Evening
Saturday, July 8, 2017
8:15a-10:00a Highlight: Cuban Panel: Culture and Development in the Caribbean:
Opportunity for a New Type of External Projection
10:15a-12:00p Panel Sessions I
12:05p-1:15p Lunch Break
1:30p-3:15p Panel Sessions II
3:30p-5:15p Panel Sessions III
5:30p-6:45p Feedback Session: Assessment of Workshop – Thanks to partners
TBD Dinner with Cuban Speaker TBA -Prepaid (details later)

Program Chair

Jacqueline Braveboy-Wagner
City University of New York

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