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LEWISBURG, Pa. - Bucknell's International Relations Program is the sponsor of the Global Forum Seminar Series, a weekly lecture program in which campus experts address wide-ranging global issues.

From noon to 1 p.m. each Wednesday or Thursday, a member of the Bucknell faculty will speak at a bring-your-own lunch. The goal, said Hilbourne Watson, professor of international relations and spring 2007 Global Forum Seminar Series coordinator, is to "stimulate exchange and discussion on a range of topics and issues that pertain to globalization."

The discussions are open to the public.

Upcoming speakers include:

Amy Wolaver, associate professor of economics
Intellectual Property Rights (pharmaceutical patents) versus Public Health
March 7
Arches Lounge

Tanza Massoud, associate professor of political science
Iran
March 21
Location to be announced

Elizabeth Durden, visiting assistant professor of sociology and anthropology
U.S. and Mexico - Immigration
March 28
Location to be announced

Amanda Wooden, assistant professor of environmental studies
Central Asian Water Politics
April 5
Location to be announced

Wei Ge, associate professor of economics
China in the Global Context
April 12
Location to be announced

John Peeler, retired professor of political science
Venezuela
April 18
Location to be announced

Emek Ucarer, associate professor of international relations
Human Trafficking
April 25
Location to be announced

For current information on lecture locations, please call 570-577-1540.

Posted March 5, 2007  

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