From Monday, Oct. 29 to Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, SIUE hosted its first Veteran’s Tribute in the Art Gallery at the Morris University Center. The tribute featured various events to pay homage to those who have served and fought for the United States including speeches, discussions, displays of artifacts, and writing notes of appreciation to [...]
Category: Peace & Intl Studies
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SIUE has set the destinations for its array of summer 2013 travel studies. Summer travel studies offer students an opportunity to immerse themselves in a foreign culture and gain a thorough understanding of history, places, people, and heritage that enriches traditional classroom learning.
The University’s travel studies take students to a variety of [...]
Last Tuesday and Wednesday SIUE was host to a delegation from the University Of Havana. This visit was part of the ongoing efforts by the two universities to establish an ongoing academic exchange program. This exchange is part of the ongoing efforts of SIUE’s Cuban and Caribbean Center, founded in 2009 with the purpose of [...]
The Women, War, and Peace series continued this past week at SIUE with another event in Abbot Auditorium in Lovejoy Library. Part of a joint effort by Peace and International Studies and Women’s Studies, the series has been showing parts of a PBS special series called ‘Women, War, and Peace.’
On Tuesday, a small group of [...]
When considering the images of war, a person may think about what one sees in Hollywood films or war documentaries: men with guns. Allow a person to ponder further and he or she may never think up the opposite: women and peace.
SIUE students watch an extended viewing of "Pray the Devil Back to Hell."
PBS Television, [...]