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CHSSWeb Refresher!

CHSSWeb Help

Thursday, October 17, 2019 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Enterprise Hall, #420A

Intended for editors who have previously attended a New Editor Orientation and need a refresher on how to utilize the Chssweb applications and tools.

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Ostrom Speaker Series: Why and How Do Social Relations Matter for Economic Lives?


Thursday, October 17, 2019 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Center for the Arts, Concert Hall Grand Tier III

Elinor Ostrom’s revolutionary challenge of standard economic arguments bears deep kinship with economic sociologists’ relational accounts of economic life. This lecture will trace economic sociology’s most recent efforts to construct alternative explanations for economic activities, focusing on a set of economic arrangements Zelizer calls “circuits of commerce.”

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Nonprofit Fellows Application Deadline

School of Integrative Studies

Sunday, October 20, 2019 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM

The Nonprofit Fellows are a select group of students who earn a minor in Nonprofit Studies through a semester-long immersion experience. Spring 2020 applications are due October 20, 2019. After the deadline, applications will be reviewed depending on availability.

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AVACGIS Faculty Series

Presentation by Dr. Nathaniel Greenberg : Information Warfare and the New Middle East

Ali Vural Ak Center for Global Islamic Studies

Monday, October 21, 2019 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Enterprise Hall, 318

Nathaniel Greenberg will discuss his new book, "How Information Warfare Shaped the Arab Spring: the Politics of Narrative in Tunisia and Egypt", (EUP 2019). Through detailed analyses of Russian, U.S. and Arab information operations in North Africa, Greenberg argues the preservation of a functional democratic sphere in an age of misinformation will require coequal investment in the algorithms of digital-detection technology and the ‘aesthetics of communication,’ a renewed sense of awareness in the power of art and rhetoric to shape the way we see the world. Nathaniel Greenberg, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor and head of the Arabic Program at George Mason University. In 2011 he wrote about the Arab Spring from Egypt for The Seattle Times and from 2012-2013 he was a postdoctoral fellow in Strategic Communications for a federally-funded project examining public discourse in post-revolutionary North Africa. "How Information Warfare Shaped the Arab Spring" is Dr. Greenberg’s third book. His previous works include "Islamists of the Maghreb" (Routledge 2018) with Jeffry R. Halverson. And "The Aesthetic of Revolution in the Film and Literature of Naguib Mahfouz" (Lexington 2014), winner of the 2014 ACLA Helen Tartar First Book Award.

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