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  • Trade, Human Capital, and Income Risk

    Eggers Hall, 341

    The Moynihan Institute's Trade, Development and Political Economy Series presents, Mine Z. Senses.

  • Money in Politics

    Eggers Hall, 341

    The Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs' Comparative Politics/International Relations Series presents Simon Weschle, speaking on Money in Politics.

  • Protectionism Unchained: Determinants and Consequences of Discretionary Trade Policy in Argentina

    Eggers Hall, 341

    The Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs' Trade, Development and Political Economy Series presents Joaquin Blaum

  • Disappointing Loyalists: Descendants of Ming Migrants in Chosŏn Korea during the 18th Century

    Virtual

    The Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs' East Asia Program presents Adam Bohnet.

  • NYCAS 2022 - State and Society in Asia: Past and Present

    Eggers Hall, 220 Syracuse, US130 Crouse Drive

    What historical legacies of the state persist in contemporary Asia? What roles do technology and urban development play in extending state power to unprecedented degrees? How do regime changes unsettle and re-arrange key local and national cultural constituents and what impact do these changes have on environmental history, archaeology, and cultural heritage sites? 135 scholars representing 71 institutions in 16 U.S. states and 15 countries will come to Syracuse for two days to present and discuss their research on these questions and other themes related to the study of Asia.

  • A Conversation on Mother Ocean Father Nation with Nishant Batsha

    Eggers Hall, 341

    A conversation with Nishant Batsha on his novel.


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