1/27, Noon–1:15 P.M. Forgotten and Invisible: Poison, Medicine, and Scientific Development at Malangali, Tanzania
Chau Johnsen Kelly, Assistant Professor of History. Building 58W/Room 3804
2/3, Noon–1:15 P.M. U.S. Foreign Policy Challenges Under the New Trump Administration
Ambassador Nancy Soderberg, Visiting Distinguished Scholar and Director of Public Policy Initiatives.
Building 51/Room 1209
2/10, Noon–1:15 P.M. A Call for Global Perspective in Signed Language Interpreter Education in the U.S.
Suzanne Ehrlich, Assistant Professor of Exceptional, Deaf, and Interpreter Education. Building 51/Room 1209
2/17, Noon–1:15 P.M. Stereotypes are Gendered: A Look at the Stereotyping of Men and Women of Various Racial Groups in the U.S. and U.K.
Curtis Phills, Assistant Professor of Psychology. Building 5Madalena: The Entangled History of One Indigenous Floridian Woman in the Atlantic World1/Room 1209
3/3, Noon–1:15 P.M. The Impact of Culture on Management Theory and Practice
Paul Fadil, Professor and Chair of the Department of Management. Building 51/Room 1209
3/10, Noon–1:15 P.M. On the Wealth of Nations in Latin America: Insights from the Writings of Alberto Guerreiro Ramos
Dr. Sérgio Luís Boeira, Professor, Department of Administrative Science, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil.
Building 51/Room 1209
3/31, Noon–1:15 P.M. Madalena: The Entangled History of One Indigenous Floridian Woman in the Atlantic World
Scott Cave, Ph.D. Candidate in History, Pennsylvania State University. Cosponsored by the UNF Latin American and
Caribbean Council and the UNF Department of History. Building 51/Room 1209
4/7, Noon–1:15 P.M. Gender and Politics in French Soudan/Mali: 1955-1968
Rosa De Jorio, Associate Professor of Anthropology. Building 51/Room 1209
4/14, 1:00–2:00 P.M. International Studies Senior Seminar Research Exhibit, presented as part of the Showcase of Osprey Advancements in Research and Scholarship (SOARS) Building 58W/Room 3804
4/21, Noon–1:15 P.M. Information Wars: Eastern Ukraine Military Conflict Coverage in the Russian, Ukrainian and U.S. Newscasts (2014-2015)
Nataliya Roman, Assistant Professor of Communication. Building 51/Room 1209