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GLOBAL STUDIES COLLOQUIUM SERIES

The Department of Global Studies' Colloquium Series is a lecture and lunch series, which has been made possible by the generosity of the Orfalea Endowment for the Master's Program in Global Studies.  The Colloquium Series strives to open and explore a wide range of interdisciplinary debates and their interaction and engagement with the global, hosting new guest speakers each quarter from UCSB and beyond. Professor Jan Nederveen Pieterse is currently the Director of the Colloquium Series. For more information, please contact our Orfalea Colloquium Fellow Brett Aho at: brettaho@ucsb.edu

When?  Various Wednesdays, 12:30-2pm

Where?  Zoom link https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/84246564996  (talks will be recorded and posted on our YouTube channel)

Who?  The Global Studies Colloquium Series is open to everyone interested in attending the talks.

            

FALL QUARTER 2021 COLLOQUIUM SCHEDULE

UCSB Global Studies Colloquium Fall 2021 Image

 

 

ARCHIVE: 2020-21 FULL COLLOQUIUM SERIES LIST & LINKS

A final word of thanks to each of the speakers who joined us for our 2020-21 Global Studies Colloquium Speaker Series! Below are direct links to each of the talks. All of this year's talks can be found at the UCSB Global Studies YouTube Channel. We hope these insightful talks can be used as teaching resources for our colleauges around the world.

 

Covid-19: What to do with limited knowledge

Ken Kosik, UCSB Neuroscience Research Institute   

https://youtu.be/2zoSQSGulCE

 

Times of collapse: Latin American societies in motion

Raul Zibechi, Montevideo     

https://youtu.be/ovmz1J3we4I

 

Religions as worldviews and ways of life

Ann Taves, UCSB Religious Studies   

https://youtu.be/soAKeIyoN2U

 

An (im) modest proposal?  Global theory for tough – and not so tough – times

Barrie Axford, Oxford Brookes University    

https://youtu.be/Uywwmer1jzw

 

The counter-revolution in logistics: Fast circulation, slow violence and decolonial struggle at Transpacific supply chain

Charmaine Chua, UCSB Global Studies         

https://youtu.be/Sz6MEm_0bzM

 

Police and the Pandemic: The role of police in India's reverse migration from cities to villages

Vipul Mudgal, New Delhi      

https://youtu.be/1xk8dUstAiM

 

Networks in the age of platform capitalism

Geert Lovink, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences   

https://youtu.be/RALStlqT_Nc

 

In China’s wake: How the commodity boom transformed development strategies in the global South

Nick Jepson, Manchester University

https://youtu.be/uXk2iBzmJSE

 

Covid-19 response patterns in Brazil and South America

Adalberto Cardoso/Thiago Peres, Rio de Janeiro     

https://youtu.be/9hsXFrx34Kk

 

The global and the visual: Images shape people’s common sense of the global

Tommaso Durante, Melbourne        

https://youtu.be/4i__kHm3IHs

 

Africa and Covid-19: Ways forward

Mark Swilling and Nina Callaghan, University of Stellenbosch         

https://youtu.be/dV1Q1J9WVVM

 

States of Justice: The politics of the International Court

Oumar Ba, Morehouse College        

https://youtu.be/mH4J4CTPhCs

 

Multicultural origins of the global economy

John M. Hobson, Sheffield University          

https://youtu.be/58BsfneUJuo

 

World literature imagined worldwide

Jernej Habjan, Ljubljana       

https://youtu.be/QyoR3oBILGc

 

Rethinking the agrarian question in the 21st century

Ricado Jacobs, UCSB Global Studies

https://youtu.be/eNkQ9v_8TXE

 

Three tensions in global studies

Mark Juergensmeyer, UCSB Global Studies

https://youtu.be/WvNfAuLvBPc

 

The coming good society: New realities demand new rights

Sushma Raman, Harvard

https://youtu.be/dL9zo2txv9w

 

Covid 19, AI and the future of work

Anthony Giddens, London

https://youtu.be/2b7hQ6eORhs

 

A conversation on globalization, Asia, China, and US

Walden Bello, Manila

https://youtu.be/KqGVNzmRV-Y

 

A new rising tide of global social protest? The early 21st century in world-historical perspective

Beverly Silver, JHU

https://youtu.be/8srlvrrL5fg

 

When conspiracy ideas take hold

Wasim Khaled, Blackbird.AI

https://youtu.be/0YsKEbmhAQc

 

BRICS de-Americanizing the Internet?

Daya Thussu, Hong Kong Baptist University

https://youtu.be/3gFif11LNxo

 

Socialization of science: The Covid 19 pandemic

Andrea Declich, Luciano d’Andrea, Knowledge and Innovation, Rome

https://youtu.be/_0cGCSt8DSk

 

Ethnography of administration: Fiction as practice

Satyajit Singh, UCSB Global Studies

https://youtu.be/M52dAEhPLWs

 

Visit the Colloquium Archive for the full listing of previous speakers: https://www.global.ucsb.edu/news/colloquium-archive

Visit our YouTube Channel to listen to the recorded talks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCodfvHBTzMCGicdNh3HiwxA

 

 

ARCHIVE: SPRING QUARTER 2021 COLLOQUIUM SCHEDULE