UW News

March 8, 2018

‘Trump in the World’: Jackson School faculty give public talks through spring quarter

UW News

The presidency of Donald Trump continues to have significant impacts on international affairs, global alliances and the role of the United States in the world.

Faculty at the UW’s Henry M. Washington Jackson School of International Studies and Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering will explore these issues in a series of public lectures and discussions through spring quarter.

The series “Trump in the World: International Implications of the Trump Presidency” will be moderated by Reşat Kasaba, professor and director of the Jackson School.

The lectures will be held Tuesdays from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in Room 220 of Kane Hall, starting March 27, and all are open to the public. For students, the series is a 2-credit lecture class.

The lectures are as follows:

March 27: Japan, with Robert Pekkanen.
April 3: Two Koreas, with Clark Sorensen.
April 10: Indo-Pacific strategy challenges, with Anand Yang.
April 17: Migration, with Nathalie Williams.
April 24: Global energy challenges, with Scott Montgomery.
May 1: Online disinformation, with Kate Starbird.
May 8: Israel/Palestine, with Liora Halperin.
May 15: The European Union, with Sabine Lang.
May 22: Putin and Russia, with Scott Radnitz.
May 29: The Kurds, and a general discussion with Kasaba.

All the speakers are faculty members in the Jackson School except Starbird, who is a professor of human centered design and engineering.


For more information about the series, call 206-543-6001 or write to jsisadv@uw.edu.