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Spring 2018 Lecture Series | Trump in the World

September 19, 2017

Donald Trump speaking with supporters in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo credit Gage Skidmore
Donald Trump speaking with supporters in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo credit Gage Skidmore

The presidency of Donald Trump is having a significant impact on international affairs, global alliances, the U.S. role in the world, and on the status and politics of other countries.

The Jackson School will continue its series of talks and discussions on the international impact of the Trump presidency, in Spring 2018.

These lectures are free and open to students and the public.

To listen to the podcast of the lectures* visit this link.

*Note: Not all lectures will be recorded

In this 2-credit lecture series, faculty at the Jackson School and Human Centered Design & Engineering will explore perspectives ranging from both Koreas to Kurds to the European Union to migration and more.

Regular attendance is required if you are taking the class for credit. Interested students are also welcome to attend any or all of the lectures without registering for the class.

Details:  
  • JSIS 478G  Trump in the World (SLN 21517)
  • Every Tuesday starting March 27; from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. in Kane HallRoom 220.
  • Moderator: Professor Reşat Kasaba, Director of the Jackson School of International Studies and Stanley D. Golub Chair of International Studies
Trump in the World schedule and panelists: 
4/3: Clark Sorensen – Two Koreas – lecture recording
4/10: Anand Yang – Indo-Pacific Strategy Challenges
4/17: Nathalie Williams – Migration
4/24: Scott Montgomery – Global Energy Challenges
5/1: Kate Starbird – Online Disinformation
5/8: Liora Halperin – Israel/Palestine
5/15: Sabine Lang – European Union
5/22: Scott Radnitz – Putin and Russia
5/29: Reşat Kasaba– The Kurds, and a general discussion
Questions? Contact (206) 543-6001 or jsisadv@uw.edu
Click here to view details about last year's lecture series