ICCI Global Mini-Conference Speakers 2012

 
Mohammed al-Azdee
Associate Instructor, Center for the Study of the
Middle East

Indiana University Bloomington
Informational Technologies and Socio-political Change
Gardner Bovingdon
Associate Professor, Central Eurasian Studies
Indiana University Bloomington
Oil, Islam, and Geopolitics
Daniel Cole
Professor of Law and of Public and Environmental Affairs
Indiana University Bloomington
International Climate Policy
Alissa Davis
PhD. Candidate in Epidemiology
Indiana University Bloomington
Broken Homes and Economic Disadvantages: The Lives of Human Trafficking Victims in Russia and Central Asia
Esther Ham
Director of the Dutch Program
Indiana University Bloomington
The Netherlands in the 21st century, moving backwards?
John Hanson
Associate Professor of History
Indiana University Bloomington
The Ahmadiyya: A Transnational Islamic Movement
Çiğdem Balim Harding
Associate Director, Center for the Study of the
Middle East

Indiana University Bloomington
Transnational Muslim Communities in the West
Amy Horowitz
Visiting Scholar, Center for the Study of Global Change
Indiana University Bloomington
Dueling Narratives in Israeli and Palestinian Jerusalem
Stephanie Kane
Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Justice
Indiana University Bloomington
Hydropower, Hydropolitics, and the Global City
Padraic Kenney
Professor, Department of History
Indiana University Bloomington
Was the Fall of Communism Good for Human Rights?
Lauren MacLean
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
Indiana University Bloomington
The Geopolitics of Energy Policy: From Hydroelectric Dams to Windmills in Africa
Gergana May
Senior Lecturer in Germanic Studies and West
European Studies

Indiana University Bloomington
Film and the Cultural Revival of Northern Europe's Indigenous Sami People
Bryan P. McCormick
Professor & Chair, Department of Recreation, Park &
Tourism Studies

Indiana University Bloomington
Populations at Risk: The Global Challenges of Deinstitutionalization
Eden Medina
Assistant Professor of Informatics,
Adjunct Assistant Professor of History

Indiana University Bloomington
Computers and Politics: Lessons from Latin America
Fred Schlegel
Adjunct Lecturer, Kelley School of Business
Indiana University Bloomington
Distance in Kilometers and Culture
W. Travis Selmier II
Ph.D. candidate in Political Science
Indiana University Bloomington
Languages' Power in International Business
Gregory Waller
Professor, Department of Communication and Culture
Indiana University Bloomington
Scanning Japan
Katherine Wiley
Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology
Indiana University Bloomington
Anti-Slavery Movements in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania