Students currently in the GSAH major or minor, and any other student interested in Global Studies:
- Learn about the degree options in Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities.
- Meet other students, the advisor, the program director, and faculty.
- Meet comic book artists and authors John Jennings and Stacy Robinson.
- Enjoy snacks and pick up MSU swag.
Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities has partnered with Professor Julian Chambliss who is bringing to MSU the creators of Black Kirby. John Jennings and Stacy Robinson will do a brief presentation on their work at the student meet and greet. Read about their visit to MSU here:
After the discussion with Jennings and Robinson, Kate Rendi, the GSAH student advisor, and Professor Salah Hassan, the GSAH Program Director, will lead an informal advising session on our Global Studies degrees.
This event is open to all students and faculty
Stephanie Grimes | Thursday, October 17 | 107 S. Kedzie | 6pm
Stephanie Grimes is an Art Historian and Digital Scholarship Strategist. Grimes creates digital resources for cultural institutions, focusing on the intersection of digital scholarship and public engagement. Grimes is committed to increasing both usability and innovation within the arts and humanities.
10:00am – Symposium, “Toward an Expansive Definition of Genocide” – John Cox, UNC Charlotte
11:00am – “Can the Spanish Genocide Speak?” – Scott Boehm, Michigan State University
12:00pm – Roundtable Discussion
- Almudena Carracedo, Film Director
- John Cox, UNC Charlotte
- Sebastiaan Faber, Oberlin College
- Cristina Moreiras-Menor, University of Michigan
- Joseba Gabilonda, Michigan State University
Shinto in Contemporary Japan: From Basic Teachings to Anime
From core principles to the ways Shinto is practiced today, this talk will address shrines for sports, fertility and protection from STDs, appropriation by popular culture (such as in anime and advertisements), and new spirituality movements including the power spot boom.
Dr. Stephen Covell
Chair of the Department of Comparative Religion and the Mary Meader Professor of Comparative Religion at Western Michigan University. Dr. Covell was the founding director of WMU’s Soga Japan Center and has published widely on Buddhism and other Japanese religious topics.
Sponsored by the Center for Integrative Studies in the Arts and Humanities, IAH Connecting Pedagogy and Practice Fund, Department of Religious Studies, Asian Studies Center, and MSU Japan Council.
The Department of Romance and Classical Studies and the Second Language Studies Program at Michigan State University are pleased to welcome Johanna Barrantes, Isabelle Barth, Annick De Houwer, and Lisa Treffry-Goatley for a panel discussion on their association work, research, and advocacy in early multilingualism and multilingual education. The panel will be held on Thursday, February 25 at 11am EST/5pm CET/6pm SAST on Zoom, where speakers will discuss their association work and research in the European, South African, and U.S. contexts. Time will be reserved at the end for audience engagement through comments and questions. Those interested can follow this link to register for free or contact Meagan Driver at email@example.com to receive the Zoom link.
We invite you to participate in several new original creative arts mental health exercises to promote healthy self-talk and self-care.
These exercises will be facilitated by MSU students in the IAH 241Creative Process course. Co-sponsored by the Director ofStudent Wellness for the College of Arts & Letters.
Join us for one of these days for a fun, free, and relaxing time to get your mind focused on the arts. Friday, April 9th OR Friday, April 16th From 1:00PM-3:00PM
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