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International Committee

Come join the IC at our sponsored events at the Washington, DC ASA Meeting

We would like to draw your attention in particular to the International Partnership Luncheon (Thu, Nov 21, 12:00, Washington Hilton, Cabinet (C)). You can sign up for this wonderful networking event at which you will meet many international scholars or U.S. colleagues involved in international exchanges. In addition to giving you a good meal for a very modest price, the meeting will open networking perspectives for you and your institution. Come have lunch with us and discover the International Initiative, which will enable you and your university to effectively connect with international scholars and institutions abroad.

To reserve a space, click here

Come and see what happens in American studies around the world and see how current issues in American studies travel beyond U.S. borders by participating in The ASA International Committee.

Talkshops:

I. “Transnational American Studies and North America” (Thursday, Nov 21, 12 pm, Washington Hilton, Columbia Hall 10 (T))

II. “The Bologna Process and International American Studies” (Thursday, Nov 21, 2 pm, Washington Hilton, Columbia Hall 10 (T))

III. “American Studies and the State of Collective Dissent in the Arab World” (Friday, Nov 22, 2 pm, Washington Hilton, Georgetown East (C))

We look forward to seeing you at one of our events at the conference in Washington.

Sincerely,
Udo J. Hebel

By Udo Hebel, Mon, October 28, 2013 - 6:15 pm
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