March 2016

February 1, 2016 to October 1, 2016
(All day) The Africa Initiative at Yale: Research in the Sciences and Social Sciences
March 1, 2016 to September 18, 2016
(All day) An American in Paris: The Beaux-Arts Education of Shepherd Stevens
March 1, 2016
11:30am Early Modern Empires: Azfar Moin, University of Texas at Austin
12:00pm Italy and the Mediterranean: Maria Fusaro, "Global History and Mediterranean History: Considerations on an Uneasy but Necessary Dialogue"
12:00pm Career Conversation with Eric Braverman
4:30pm Discussion with Iraqi ambassador to U.S.
March 2, 2016
12:00pm Brown Bags Series, South Asia Studies Council, Deepti Chatti
12:00pm AMERICAN POLITICS & PUBLIC POLICY WORKSHOP: Ryan Owens, University of Wisconsin
12:00pm CMES Colloquium: Piety, Intimacy, and Emotions: The Image-Management Practices of the AKP Leadership in Turkey
12:00pm (Un)Happy Stories from Thailand’s Constitutional Court
4:15pm Political Theory Workshop: "TBA"
4:30pm Technology and Ethics Study Group: "TBA"
4:30pm Who Pursues the Perpetrators? The ICC, African Politics, and the Prevention of Mass Atrocities
5:00pm Book Launch Reception for "Medical Humanitarianism"
7:00pm Conversations on Global Health Policy lecture series
8:00pm Alumni Reception in Madrid
March 3, 2016
8:30am Conversations Without Borders: Europe's Migrant Crisis
12:00pm Leitner Political Economy Seminar Series: Daniel Treisman, UCLA: “Misperceiving Inequality”
12:30pm Keeping Families Together: Aging and Caregiving in Post-Genocide Rwanda
5:15pm Speed Interview Workshop
March 4, 2016
11:30am CHESS-Michele Lamont "What is Missing? Cultural Processes and Causal Pathways to Inequality"
12:00pm Iran Colloquium: Feeding Moral Relations: The Making of Kinship and Nation in Iran
12:00pm I-CSI SEMINAR: F. David Rueda, "Preferences that Matter: Inequality, Redistribution and Voting"
12:30pm Career Conversation with Alumnus Yaron Schwartz
4:00pm Film Conference Day 1: "Poles and Jews, Jews and Poles: Life Through Centuries"
March 5, 2016
9:30am Film Conference Day 2: "Poles and Jews, Jews and Poles: Life Through Centuries"
March 7, 2016
11:45am MacMillan Program on Order, Conflict, and Violence
3:30pm Contemplating the Rise of Asian Cities: Imagine, Conceive, Represent
5:30pm Yale International History Workshop: "The Lost Treasure of Revolution: The Maidan and the Return of Metaphysics to Eastern Europe"
6:00pm Re-Reading Robert Cover Reading Group: "Courts, Federalism, and Pluralism: Dialectical Federalism: Habeas Corpus and the Court”
March 8, 2016
11:45am International Security Studies Workshop: "From Cradle to Grave: Social Security, Transnational Postwar Planning, and Visions of an American Welfare State During World War I"
12:00pm Comparative Politics Workshop: "Nationalism, Collaboration, and Resistance in Occupied France"
4:30pm Global Justice Program Work-In-Progress Workshop
5:00pm Opening for Caesar’s Photos: Inside Syria’s Secret Prisons exhibit
5:30pm Yale International History Workshop: "The Lost Treasure of Revolution: The Maidan and the Return of Metaphysics to Eastern Europe”
6:30pm Career Conversation with Senior Fellow Unni Karunakara
March 9, 2016 to March 11, 2016
9:00am Caesar’s Photos: Inside Syria’s Secret Prisons exhibit
March 9, 2016
11:45am International Relations Seminar Series: "Life and Limb: New Estimates of Casualty Aversion in the US"
12:00pm Brown Bags Series, South Asia Studies Council, Chandana Anusha
12:00pm Council on Southeast Asia Studies and the Asia Studies Brown Bag Seminar series: "“Wearing Modernity: the Press, Fashion, and the “Origins” of the Vietnamese National Costume, 1932-1937 “
12:00pm Career Conversation with Senior Fellow Robert Ford
12:00pm AMERICAN POLITICS & PUBLIC POLICY WORKSHOP: David Siegel (Duke), "Social Networks and the Mass Media"
4:00pm 2016 Nyquist Lecture in Electrical Engineering: "Small Data: From Mobile Health to Immersive Recommendations"
4:15pm Political Theory Workshop: "Civil Juries and Democratic Legitimacy"
4:30pm CAS and CMES Colloquiums: Paper Economies in World History: An Afrocentric Perspective
7:00pm Conversations on Global Health Policy lecture series
7:00pm Russia Film Series, THE HOPE FACTORY (dir. Nataliia Meshchaninova, 2014), 90 min.
March 10, 2016
12:00pm QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS WORKSHOP: Gary King (Harvard), "Why Propensity Scores Should Not Be Used For Matching"
12:00pm Leitner Political Economy Seminar Series: "Yes-Man” Firms: How Government Campaigns Shape Firms’ Positions on Globalization in China"
12:15pm ISPS Health Policy Seminar: "How Much Do Health Insurance Exchange Consumers Save on Their Premium When They Purchase a Narrow Network Plan?"
12:30pm Indigenous Rights and Deforestation: Myth and Realities in the Eastern DR Congo
6:30pm CMES Cinema: Playing with Fire: Women Actors of Afghanistan
March 28, 2016
12:00pm The Changing Landscape of International Trade Negotiations
March 29, 2016
12:00pm Italy and the Mediterranean: Myriam Greilsammer, "The Image of Italian Moneylenders as "Baptized Jews" in the Low Countries (14th-17th Centuries)"
12:00pm Gruber Fellowship Information Session
4:30pm Global Justice Program Work-In-Progress Workshop
5:30pm Yale International History Workshop: "The Slaveholders’ Revanché: Jamaica and South Carolina during the Era of the Haitian Revolution”
March 30, 2016
12:00pm Brown Bags Series, South Asia Studies Council, CJ Kuncheria
12:00pm One Acre Fund Informationa Session
12:00pm CMES Colloquium: Islam in Liberalism
12:00pm AMERICAN POLITICS & PUBLIC POLICY WORKSHOP: Costas Panagopoulos (Fordham), "Risky Business: Does Corporate Political Spending Affect Consumer Behavior?"
4:30pm The New Slave Narrative and the Authorization of Human Rights
5:00pm Whitney Humanities Center, Tanner Lectures on Human Values: "Interpreting Non-Violence: Why Preserve the Life of the Other?"
6:30pm Contemporary Turkish Cinema Series: My Father and My Son | Babam ve Oğlum
March 31, 2016
12:00pm Leitner Political Economy Seminar Series:
12:00pm AMERICAN POLITICS / LEITNER POLITICAL ECONOMY SEMINAR: Catherine Hafer, New York University
3:00pm Jackson Institute: Q&A with Michele Flournoy
4:30pm William F. Buckley, Jr. Program: Firing Line Debate
5:00pm Whitney Humanities Center Tanner Lectures on Human Values: Interpreting Non-Violence: "Legal Violence: An Ethical and Political Critique"