October 6, 2014Between the Buildings: Butterflies, Bees, and Urban Pollinator Conservation
Join us for this joint Program on the Global Environment–Field Museum panel on the challenges today's pollinators face in the city and beyond.
October 14, 2014Protesting Inequality: Occupy & Beyond
Marina Sitrin and WJT Mitchell discuss the current conditions of social protest around the world.
October 15, 2014On the Elections in India
October 15, 2014How to Change Minds About Our Changing Climate
An Author Night with Argonne National Labs' Seth B. Darling & Douglas L. Sisterson
October 19, 2014Tyhoon Haiyan, One Year Later: Remembrance and Reconstruction
A tribute to the resilience of Filipinos and the generosity of friends.
October 21, 2014Explusions: Complexity and Brutality in the Global Economy
Acclaimed sociologist Saskia Sassen examines predatory economic forms and their social and environmental impacts
October 28, 2014China and the Environment: A Pulitzer Center Symposium
Experts discuss state of the environment in China and the role religion plays in meeting the nation's environmental challenges.
November 7, 20147th Chicago International Education Conference
Problem-Solving: Classroom, Community, and the World
November 17, 2014On the After-history of Development in the Global South
Historian Vijay Prashad discusses political responses to inequality in the developing world.
November 18, 2014The Creation of Hard and Soft Currencies: Historical Roots of Present Inequalities in Africa
An African Studies Distinguished Lecture with Toby Green, Kings College London