UAA Professor Kelly Shannon on U.S. Foreign Policy and Women's Rights

2012-03-27 by

Kelly J. Shannon is an assistant professor in the Department of History at UAA. She studies the history of U.S. foreign relations, the modern Islamic world and international feminism. She is working on her first book, ‘Veiled Intentions: Islam, Global Feminism and U.S. Foreign Policy since 1979,’ which examines how Americans’ concerns about the rights of women in Islamic countries have been integrated into U.S. foreign policy in recent decades.

This talk was recorded on March 26, 2012



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'Canada, the United States, and the Arctic: A History of Cooperation and Prospects for the Future' with Dr. Whitney Lackenbauer

2012-03-27 by News, Sports, and Art

Dr. Whitney Lackenbauer, a leading Northern historian and scholar on contemporary Arctic sovereignty and security issues, presents “Canada, the United States, and the Arctic: A History of Cooperation and Prospects for the Future.”

This presentation is sponsored by the Institute of Social and Economic Research, the Canadian Consulate and UAA.

This podcast was recorded on March 27, 2012.



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