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Check out ENGAGE’s Calendar of Post-election Events






From ENGAGE and the Allbritton Center. Link to Full Calendar of Events: Responding to the 2016 Presidential Election | ENGAGE – Wesleyan University In the wake of the historic 2016 presidential election, we believe that civic engagement — in its many forms — is more important than ever. To that end, we will maintain this…

Upcoming African Studies Events

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The next 7 days have plenty in store for those interested in Africa! November 3: Learn about African Studies and Study Abroad at Wesleyan November 4: Come hear South African guitarist Derek Gripper at Crowell Hall November 5: Ariya, the African Students Association’s annual cultural event! November 7: Presentation on Biodiversity Research in Kenya For…

Post from Brady ’15, based on her thesis research






From Aleta Brady (Wesleyan ’15): “Midriver states have an important position and role to play in transboundary river basins as they intimately understand the needs and concerns of both their upriver and downriver neighbors. Midriver states also have a more complex perspective of their “rights” based on their combined upstream/downstream interests. This aspect is being…

Legislative Gender Quotas… Argentina and Mexico… Talk on Sept 22






From the Government Department: Prof. Jennifer Piscopo (Occidental College) to speak this Thursday, September 22, on “Legislative Gender Quotas and Feminist Policymaking in Argentina and Mexico.” The talk is in PAC 002 at 4:30 PM. Please join us, and please announce the talk in your classes. Talk description: Legislative Gender Quotas and Feminist Policymaking in…