The Global Studies Graduate student Workshop has been suspend indefinitely.
The Global Studies Graduate
Workshop is a low-pressure forum for UW-Madison graduate students
to discuss and refine their work. Each month, one participant presents
a dissertation chapter, conference paper, job talk, or even a grant
proposal. Students represent a variety of academic departments including:
Anthropology, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Policy, German,
History, Journalism and Mass Communication, Political Science, Public
Affairs, and Sociology, among others. These workshops have proven
to be an invaluable resource for those working on global issues
that extend beyond the borders of individual departments. The workshop
is open to any and all UW-Madison graduate students.
The Graduate Workshop is an
informal, interdiscplinary discussion on graduate student work on
international issues and is free and open to any graduate student
-- but .
Information on the next Global Studies
graduate workshop will be forthcoming later in the year. We closed the 2008-2009 workshop season with special Dissertation & Professionalization Workshops in conjunction with the Borders and Transcultural Studies Circle.
The last student-led workshop was:
Wednesday, December 2 @ 12 noon: Erika Robb Larkins (anthropology), "Rio's Other Gang? The Cult of the Special Police Forces (BOPE)"
for individual sessions & to access
the papers under discussion.