ICCI Global Mini-Conference Speakers 2014

 

Gardner Bovingdon
Associate Professor, Central Eurasian Studies
Indiana University Bloomington

Oil, Islam, and Geopolitics

Stephanie De Boer
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Culture
Indiana University Bloomington

Media – Art – Architectural Complexes: On Site and Scale for Shanghai Screens

Greg Fisher
Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, Kelley School of Business
Indiana University Bloomington

Opportunities in Unexpected Places: How Africa's Challenges are Giving Rise to a New Generation of Entrepreneurs

Debra Friedman
Assistant Professor, Second Language Studies
Indiana University Bloomington

Linguistic Human Rights and the Crisis in Ukraine: Whose Language and Whose Rights?

Lucia Guerra-Reyes
Assistant professor, Applied Health Science
Indiana University Bloomington

New birth in the Andes: Challenges of Implementing Intercultural Birth Policy in Peru

Cigdem Balim Harding
Associate Director, Center for the Study of the Middle East
Indiana University Bloomington

Humor and Revolution in the Middle East

Lynn Hooker
Associate Professor, Central Eurasian Studies
Indiana University Bloomington

Roma (Gypsy) Performers in Folk and Pop Music

Haidar Khezri
Visiting Scholar, Center for the Study of the Middle East
Indiana University Bloomington

The Kurds: Past, Present and Future

Stepanka Korytova
Adjunct Faculty, International Studies Program
Indiana University Bloomington

From Human Rights to Human Trafficking: We Are All Born Free

Robert Kravchuk
Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Indiana University Bloomington

Russia as an Energy Superpower

Jeffrey S. McMullen
Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Kelley School of Business
Indiana University Bloomington

Safe Water for Africa: A Strategic Partnership in Corporate Social Entrepreneurship

Teresa Nichols
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Anthropology
Indiana University Bloomington

Mining and Sustainability in Central Asia

Christiana Ochoa
Professor of Law, Maurer School of Law
Indiana University Bloomington

Filming Wealth Transfers in the Colombian Highlands

Oana Panaïté
Associate Professor, French Department
Indiana University Bloomington

Africans in France: Transnational Communities Between Integration and Alienation

Diane Pelrine
Adjunct Professor, Department of History of Art
Indiana University Bloomington

Accessing Africa through Its Popular Culture

Jonathan Risner
Assistant Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Indiana University Bloomington

Filming Local, Watching Global: Contemporary Latin American Genre Cinema

Catherine Tucker
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology
Indiana University Bloomington

Environmental Dimensions of Coffee Production

Tie Xiao
Assistant Professor, East Asian Languages and Cultures
Indiana University Bloomington

Electric Light Shadow Play: Making the Cinema Chinese, 1896-1922