"Who Reads This Stuff, Anyway?" How American Studies Helps Bridge the Gap Between Cultural and Diplomatic History
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
This fall's theme for the Global Lunch Discussion series is theissues explored by the interdisciplinary courses taught in the International Studies Program.
This Global Lunch will be a discussion with David Kieran, Visiting Assistant Professor of American Studies who is teaching US/Middle East Relations (IST 375) this fall.
Global Lunches are held in the Joseph International Center at 701 College Avenue in the Forum. Lunch is provided on a first-come, first-served basis. No response necessary.
Note that this Global Lunch starts at 11:30 rather than the usual 12:00 noon.
This event is open to F&M students and FPS only.