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Upcoming Events

  1. Nov 30

    Annual Segal Lecture: A Challenge of a Middle East in Flames with Stephen Hadley

    5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

    The Fletcher School presents the Dr. Maurice S. Segal Lecture with speaker Mr. Stephen Hadley, Former Assistant of National Security Affairs to President George W. Bush.

  2. Dec 1

    "Who Owns the Arctic?" Arctic Lecture Series with Professor Henrikson

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    As the ice in the Arctic is melting, the region is opening itself up for the world - for better or for worse. The countries in the Arctic Circle started to lay claims; many countries outside the Arctic Circle, including those in Asia, have started to pay attention to the north for energy, business, shipping, and resource opportunities. But have you thought about where the region belongs? Does it belong to anyone in the first place? Who owns the Arctic? The Dirks Professor of Diplomatic History and Director of Diplomatic Studies at the Fletcher School, Professor Henrikson, will address the question.

  3. Dec 1

    The Water, Forest, and Land Belong to Us: People, Property, and Things in an Indian Forest, with Anand P. Vaidya, sponsored by CSAIOS

    5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

    Join the Center for South Asian and Indian Ocean Studies (CSAIOS) in welcoming Anand P. Vaidya, Lecturer on Anthropology at Harvard University, as he discusses his research on the 2006 Indian Forest Rights Act, and the repercussions of different interpretations of the law.

  4. Dec 1

    After Rape: Justice and Social Harmony in Northern Uganda, sponsored by the Gender Initiative

    6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

    Dr. Holly Porter, researcher with the Justice & Security Research Programme at the London School of Economics, will present her research on gender, sexual violence, and local conceptions of healing and justice in northern Uganda. The talk will explore responses to rape in the Acholi sub-region of northern Uganda. Based on five years field work living in northern Uganda and in-depth interviews with almost 200 women, the issues examined lie at the intersection of two ongoing discussions in scholarship and practice: wrongdoing and justice, and sexual violence and rape. This event is hosted by The Gender Initiative.

  5. Dec 1

    Race, Gender and Sexuality: Perspectives on Social Identity, sponsored by RBS, Fletcher LGBTQ and GW/GI

    7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

    The Ralph Bunche Society for Diversity in International Affairs, Global Women and the Gender Initiative, and Fletcher LGBTQA invite you to a conversation on the different types of identity that interact with each other to form who we are. Food will be provided.

  6. Dec 2

    Faces of Our Community: Speeches by Arts of Communication Alums

    5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

    A dozen “All-Star” Arts of Communication alums will recreate some of the best five-minute speeches to date. Given the success and feedback of our inaugural event last year, we are opening this up to the broader community this year in ASEAN.

  7. Dec 3

    "The Past is Present: Mass Atrocities and Intergenerational Trauma," Panel Discussion sponsored by IMAGe

    5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

    Join Fletcher and Tufts faculty in a multi-disciplinary discussion of the intergenerational effects of trauma. Panelists will reflect on "The Science of Suffering," a New Republic article detailing the new research on DNA and trauma, as it relates to their own research. Sponsored by the Tufts Initiative on Mass Atrocities and Genocide (IMAGe).

  8. Dec 3

    The Great Debate on Climate, with Professors Bill Moomaw and Bruce Emeritus

    6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

    What is the most desirable outcome for the UN Conference on Climate Change in Paris? Professor Emeritus Bill Moomaw and Professor Bruce Everett will go head to head on this topic in this year's Great Debate. This will be the 15th debate between the two, and the stakes have never been higher than now.

  9. Dec 4–
    Dec 5

    Conference on Gender and International Affairs with Keynote Speaker Dr. Cynthia Enloe

    6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

    The first-ever Conference on Gender and International Affairs will be a unique opportunity to showcase ongoing efforts to integrate gender perspectives into the school’s curriculum and analysis of current events. Dr. Cynthia Enloe will deliver the keynote address.

  10. Feb 3

    SAVE THE DATE: Fadi Ghandour, sponsored by the Fares Center

    5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

    Save the date for a keynote lecture by Fadi Ghandour, Founder/CEO of ARAMEX and Chairman of Wamda Capital--a venture capital firm investing in tech start ups in the Middle East & North Africa. Sponsored by the Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies.

  11. Feb 18

    Save the Date! Masculinity: Men, Violence and Transformation, sponsored by the World Peace Foundation

    6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

    Save the Date! Masculinity: Men, Violence and Transformation. Details to follow

  12. Mar 11–
    Mar 12

    Fletcher Opening Arctic Conference V

    8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

    Save the Date for the Fletcher Opening Arctic Conference V: Collaboration and Innovation for a Sustainable Future.

  13. May 2

    Fletcher Follies

    5:00 PM – 11:55 PM

    Social event organized by Fletcher students.

  14. May 11

    Annual Fletcher School Diplomats Ball

    7:00 PM – 11:00 PM

    Save the date for the annual Fletcher School Diplomats Ball!

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