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If nothing seems more natural than to resist oppression, why does decolonization often come as a surprise? Prof. George Ciccariello-Maher theorizes the space where the colonizer's blindspots meet the imperative of the racialized colonial subject.
Eric Calderwood argue studies how the legacy of medieval Muslim Iberia, known as al-Andalus, served to justify Spain?s colonization of Morocco and also to define the Moroccan national culture that supplanted colonial rule.
The Charles Center's seminar on Writing for Public Audiences, in partnership with the Pulitzer Center, will host guest journalist Jacopo Ottaviani. Ottaviani is an ICFJ Knight Fellow and works as Chief Data Officer with Code for Africa.
Prof. Wadie Said explores how legal provisions from material support ban to the use of informants suggest that American criminal law enforcement draws on US international discourse for expansive discretion on their prosecutorial activities.
What is going on in Sudan? Why are there mass protests? Why are we not hearing about it? Come, join, and learn from faculty and Sudanese-American students at William & Mary talk about the Sudanese uprising! .
Join us on Thursday, February 21, from 4:30 - 6:00pm in Small Hall 110 for a lecture from Bonnie Glaser, Senior Adviser for Asia and Director of the China Power Project at the Center for Strategic & International Studies
Hear W&M Faculty Robert Trent Vinson discuss his latest book on Albert Luthuli. Signed copies will be available for purchase and refreshments will be provided.
?Poland Today: The Good, the Bad, and the Complicated?
"Surface Feeling: Moroccan Art and the Politics of Whitewash in the City": lecture by Prof. Pieprzak (Williams College)