Please join us for a table ronde presentation by former FFS Ph.D. student Dr. Rachel Williams ('10), Assistant Professor of French, Eastern Kentucky University. Dr. Williams will talk about her professional experiences since leaving Penn State and give students advice about what they might expect as they transition to their first tenure track job.
Penn State’s Committee for Early Modern Studies Speaker Series: Assistant Prof. Tracy Rutler, Oedipus Interrupted: Des Grieux's Crisis of Masculinity
Laura Call Dissertation Defense
"Waste on a Human Scale: Heterotopia and Refuse in 21st-century French Self-writing"
Nov 19, 2015
from 04:30 PM to 05:45 PM
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The Penn State School of International Affairs is hosting an interdisciplinary panel discussion on the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday (Nov. 19) in the Sutliff Auditorium (rm. 118) of the Lewis Katz Building in University Park. “The Paris Attacks: A Discussion” is free and open to the public. No registration is required.
Five Penn State experts will join moderator Scott Sigmund Gartner, director of the School of International Affairs and an adviser to a the U.S. agency facilitating the assessment of violent non-state actors, to talk about the Paris attacks, public and state responses to terrorism, and the tactics used by terrorists.
Joining Gartner on the panel are:
- Jennifer Boittin, associate professor of French, Francophone studies and history, whose research focuses on France in an international context;
- Joseph DeThomas, professor of international affairs and retired U.S. ambassador, who spent 32 years in the State Department;
- Pete Hatemi, professor of political science, who teaches The Politics of Terrorism;
- Carleen Maitland, associate professor of information sciences and technology and co-director of the Institute for Information Policy, whose expertise includes technology use for and by refugees and international communications; and
- Catherine Rogers, professor of law and Paul and Marjorie Price Faculty Scholar at Penn State Law, affiliate faculty at the School of International Affairs, and a scholar of international law and dispute resolution.