2010 Owens Conference 2.0: If you missed our conference on Mexico last week, (or were there) you still have an opportunity to participate! Pamela Starr, one of the conference participants, has launched a website with summaries of the panels, copies of the papers, and a space for discussion to continue. Click here to visit the site and continue the conversation. Here’s an opportunity to ask that brilliant question you had when Carole insisted that time was up.
The Asian Studies Lecture Series presents Popular Accountability and Regime Resilience in Contemporary China, a lecture by Martin Dimitrov, Department of Government, Dartmouth College. Tuesday, April 6, 4:00-5:30p, in Room 158 of the Fondren Science Building. The event is open to the public.
Photos from last month’s events! (click on a slide show to see all photos)