Global Studies Colloquium Series
The schedule for Fall Quarter 2020 is as follows:
October 7, 2020
Ken Kosik, UCSB Neuroscience Research Institute
Covid-19: What to do with limited knowledge
October 14, 2020
Anshu Malhotra and panel, UCSB
India Right: the making and unmaking of Indian citizenship
October 21, 2020
Raul Zibechi, Montevideo
Times of collapse: Latin American societies in motion
October 28, 2020
Ann Taves, UCSB Religious Studies
Religions as worldviews and ways of life
November 4, 2020
Barrie Axford, Oxford Brookes University
An (im) modest proposal? Global theory for tough – and not so tough – times
November 11, 2020
Veterans Day – no colloquium
November 18, 2020
Amit Ahuja, UCSB Political Science
Mobilizing the marginalized: Ethnic parties without ethnic movements
November 25, 2020
Charmaine Chua, UCSB GS
The counter-revolution in logistics: Fast circulation, slow violence and decolonial struggle at Transpacific supply chain
December 2, 2020
Vipul Mudgal, New Dehi
Police and the Pandemic: The role of police in India's reverse migration from cities to villages
December 9, 2020
Geert Lovink, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
Networks in the age of platform capitalism
The Winter Quarter 2020 schedule included:
January 16, 2020
"Global labor standards and the quest for social justice, 1919-2019"
Professor Eileen Boris, UCSB Feminist Studies
January 23, 2020
"Theft is property! Dispossession and critical theory"
Professor Robert Nichols, Political Science, University of Minnesota
January 30, 2020
"Illiberal politics East and West: Thinking through the conjuncture via Hong Kong"
Professor Daniel Vukovich, Hong Kong University, Humanities, Globalization and Culture
February 6, 2020
"Expanding the focus of digital innovation"
Professor Elizabeth Belding, UCSB Computer Science
February 20, 2020
A global ethnography of Chinese investments in Brazilian agribusiness"
Professor Gustavo de Oliveira, UC Irvine Global Studies
February 26, 2020 [scheduled on Wednesday, not Thursday]
"The informal globe: paradoxes of the Global Informality Project"
Professor Alena Ledeneva, Politics and Society, University College London
March 5, 2020
"India ‘right’: The making and unmaking of Indian citizenship"
Professor Anshu Malhotra and panel, UCSB
The Fall Quarter 2019 schedule included: