Rethinking Silence, Voice, and Agency in Contested Gendered Terrains: Beyond the Binary, (Gender in a Global/Local World)
Featured activities include keynote speakers, panels, graduate student flash talks, African marketplace, luncheon, gala night reception featuring Afrobeat DJ, and African food.
Lift US UP, Don’t Push Us Out! Voices from the Front Lines of the Educational Justice Movement
The McCormack Graduate School Town Hall facilitates open conversation between students, faculty, and staff about issues of mutual interest to the McCormack community.
Join the Consortium on Gender, Security, and Human Rights for this talk by Sindiso Mnisi Weeks, assistant professor in the School for Global Inclusion and Social Development.
Meet the program director and learn more about our conflict resolution graduate programs stay. Stay and attend colloquium and meet our community. Registration required.
Learn about Dynamical Systems Theory (DST) which is a methodology developed to understand complex systems and is being applied to conflict analysis and resolution to go beyond linear problem-solving.
Understanding Gender and Health Access Post-Conflict through Intersectionality: Resettled Women in Northern Sri Lanka
Take a break and join your colleagues and peers for the McCormack community pizza and socializing; at BRUNCH.
Take a break and join your colleagues and peers for the last McCormack community pizza and socializing; at SUPPER.