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Upcoming GSPS Presenters


Cybersecurity and the Search for Global ‘Cyber Peace’ January 27, 2015
Scott Shackelford, Assistant Professor, Business Law and Ethics, IU Kelley School of Business; Distinguished Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame; Senior Fellow; Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research.
Discuss with Shackelford his interdisciplinary, polycentric, and global views on managing cyber attacks – Why interdisciplinary? Why polycentric? Why global? Buy his new book Managing Cyber Attacks in International Law, Business, and Relations: In Search of Cyber Peace and bring it to be signed.

Oceans as Windows into Global History February 12, 2015
Pedro Machado, Assistant Professor, IU Department of History; Research Associate, Indian Ocean World Center, McGill University.
Discuss with Machado how oceans provide a window into global history and the global present, illustrated by eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Indian Ocean social, cultural, and economic networks, and their dynamics of circulation and mobility. How do oceanic studies inform the spatial and temporal connections of local, national, regional, trans-regional and global histories? Buy his new book Oceans of Trade: South Asian Merchants, Africa, and the Indian Ocean, c. 1750-1850 and bring it to be signed.

TBA March 2015

TBA April 2015


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