Aronson Center 2019 Speaker Series

Join us for the 2019 Aronson Center for International Studies Speaker Series hosted by the International Studies Leadership Committee.  Dates, times, locations, and speaker information is provided below.  The 2019 Speaker Series is open to faculty, staff and students of Johns Hopkins University as well as the general public.

Thursday, September 19
6:30pm, Gilman Hall 132
“North America the Next Generation: From NAFTA to USMCA”
Francisco Gonzaléz, SAIS Latin American Studies
Christopher Sands, SAIS Canadian Studies

Wednesday, September 25
6:30pm, Olin Hall 305
“International Nationalism: The European Far-Right and the American Alt-Right”
Anne Applebaum, SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University

Friday, October 11
12:00pm, Shriver Hall, Clipper Room
“Brexit and the Disintegration of Europe”
Erik Jones, SAIS European and Eurasian Studies

Thursday, October 24
5:30pm, Gilman Hall 132
“Who’s Afraid of China? Contesting the Sino-Korean Border in History and Imagination”
Nuri Kim, East Asian Studies, Johns Hopkins University

Thursday, November 7
5:30pm, Gilman Hall 132
“Space: The Final Frontier?”
Daniel Deudney, Political Science, Johns Hopkins University