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December 2017

  1. Dec 1

    Lukin and Toloraya: Russia's Role in the North Korea Crisis

    10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

    Please join us for a roundtable discussion with Professors Artyom Lukin and Georgy Toloraya. They will discuss and answer questions about Russia's role in the North Korea crisis and security in the Asia-Pacific region. Brunch will be provided. Attendance is by registration only.

  2. Dec 1

    Fletcher Winter Recital

    6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

  3. Dec 4

    Fletcher Admissions Visit Day

    11:00 AM – 4:00 PM

    The Fletcher School is pleased to offer Visit Days for prospective applicants. These visits feature expanded programming, including an information session and tour, student panel discussion, and the opportunity to speak informally with current students during a lunch. PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE

  4. Dec 4

    Charles Francis Adams Lecture: Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, President of the Republic of Croatia

    5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

    Charles Francis Adams Lecture: Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, President of the Republic of Croatia “Multidimensional Approach in Croatia's Foreign Policy”

  5. Dec 6

    Conserving and Regenerating Forests and Soils to Mitigate Climate Change

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    Can the world meet the ambitious Paris goals and avoid catastrophic climate change? An important solution is beneath our feet. Dr. Codur will discuss the earth’s soils massive capacity to remove and store carbon from the atmosphere. Scientists argue that if we efficiently mobilize all natural carbon sinks, we can find the path to reverse global climate change.

  6. Dec 6

    Offshore Development and Indigenous Sovereignty: A Case Study from the Canadian Arctic

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    The decline of multi-year sea ice in the Arctic has led to increasing interest in the region on the part of a variety of actors, including multinational companies, scientists, and conservation organizations. Indigenous peoples who live in the region, meanwhile, are deepening their efforts to assert sovereignty over decision-making in all areas that affect their lands, waters, and livelihoods. In this talk, Dr. Noor Johnson, a Research Scientist at the Fletcher School, will present a case study of a recent conflict between Inuit communities and the government of Canada over a proposal to conduct seismic testing in Baffin Bay. The talk will explore the role of legal and scientific expertise in evaluating risk related to offshore activities, and will discuss implications for the meaningful engagement of Indigenous peoples in decision-making in national and international contexts. Dr. Johnson will be teaching a course entitled “Indigenous and Frontline Communities and Environmental Change” in the Anthropology Department in Spring 2018 (ANTH 149-13).

  7. Dec 7

    Diplomat's Ball Bake Sale

    8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

    Diplomat Ball Committee is hosting a bake sale to raise funds for students' tickets! Bring cash or use venmo to get some tasty treats before the start of finals!

  8. Dec 7

    Lecture with Professor Shattuck

    12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

  9. Dec 7

    Catalonia at a Crossroads: A Multidisciplinary Approach

    5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

    Are you yearning for a deeper understanding on current Spanish politics? Do you feel confused about recent events in Catalonia? Are you eager to challenge yourself and the audience on one of the most commented topics this semester? If so, you will be glad to hear about the organization of a multi-disciplinary panel on Catalonia!

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