NHIS 2011-2012

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.

Fall 2011 Presentations - UNH FACULTY ABROAD SERIES

Eun Kyeong Cho, UNH education professor

Tuesday, September 27, MUB Theater II, 12:40-2 pm
“Early Childhood Education and Cross-Cultural Collaboration: Lessons from South Korea”
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Eun Kyeong Cho
Assistant Professor
Department of Education

Alynna Lyon, UNH political science professor

Tuesday, October 18, MUB Theater I, 12:40-2 pm
“Strategic Humanitarian Intervention: The U.S. and Libya”
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Alynna Lyon
Associate Professor
Department of Political Science

Gregory McMahon, UNH history professor

Tuesday, November 22, MUB Theater I, 12:40-2 pm
“Digging Up the Past: Archaeology and International Engagement in Turkey”
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Gregory McMahon
Associate Professor
Department of History

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Spring 2012 Presentations - Africa: A Lecture Series

Professor Olufemi Vaughan from Bowdoin College 

Thursday, February 23, MUB Theater I, 12:40-2:00 pm
“Africa and Globalism: State Crisis, Transnationalism, and Social Reconstruction in A New Century”

Olufemi Vaughan
Bowdoin College

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 Professor Rebecca Warne Peters from Syracuse University


Thursday, March 8, MUB Theater I, 12:40-2:00 pm
“Civil War and Development in Angola: ‘Local’ Actors/International Interests”

Rebecca Warne Peters
Syracuse University

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 Mohammed Ben-Abdallah from Univeristy of Ghana, Legon and 2011-12 UNH Playwright in Residence


Thursday, April 12, MUB Theater II, 12:40-2:00 pm
“Challenges of Educational Reform in Post-Colonial Ghana”

Mohammed Ben-Abdallah
University of Ghana, Legon, and UNH Resident Playwright

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