The IPCR Program is pleased to announce its first Visiting Scholars Seminar Series with the arrival of three international scholars who have joined the program for the Spring Semester. Visiting Professor Ayse Betul Celik from Turkey, Scholar-in-Residence Octavio Dinampo from the Philippines, and Faculty Fellow Davorka Matic from Croatia will present their current research and practice experiences in the Series. The three-part seminar series will be held on March 20, March 27, and April 14.
With a prime opportunity for students and faculty to learn from the work of these international visitors, the Seminar Series is formalizing the informal exchange of ideas and interests that began with the arrival of the three scholars. Specific background on the scholars is included in this newsletter and further details about the Seminar Series will be sent to listservs and other information channels. Each presentation will begin at 3:30pm and will include time for a presentation as well as a question and answer session.
IPCR Visiting Scholar Seminar Series
Friday March, 20: Dr. Celik “Track II Interventions and the Kurdish Question in Turkey”
Friday March 27: Dr. Dinampo “The Peaceful Transformation of the Mindanao Conflict”
Tuesday, April 14: Dr. Matic “Nationalism and Democracy in Croatia: Ethnic-Civic Dichotomy Reconsidered”