Date Event Speaker Location/Time
Student Security Group Coffee Talk –  UK’s Brexit vote Dr. Konstantinos
7 pm, Armory 345
9/12/16 Some implications of the oil supply shock for renewable fuel mandates Deepak Rajagopal, UCLA 12:00–1:15 pm, 426 Mumford Hall
9/12/16–9/14/16 iSEE Congress 2016, Energy 20: Paths to a Sustainable Future multiple speakers click on link
9/14/16 Software Defined Eveything: Moving to the DoD Information Core David Stern, DIS click on link
9/14/16 An Indirect Attack on Computing Infrastructure through Targeted Alteration on Environmental Control Keywhan Chung, UIUC click on link
9/15/16 Before Trump, Brexit, and Europe: A History of the First Global Migration Crisis Erika Lee, University of Minnesota  
9/15/16 Inequality in Latin America: Past and Present Joseph Love
Emeritus Professor of History, UIUC
click on link
9/16/16 Cooking with Stored Solar Energy: A Sustainability Project with Test Results from the Navajo Nation multiple speakers click on link
9/20/16 Joint Trust & Security/Assured Cloud Computing Seminar: Application of Game Theory to High Assurance Cloud Computing Charles Kamhoua, US Air Force Research Lab click on link
9/21/16 Is a new naval nuclear arms race with China inevitable? Clifford Singer, ACDIS Director click on link
9/22/16 Partition: Histories, Stories, Memories Urvashi Butalia CEO, Zubaan and author click on link
9/26/16 Dying to Get In! A Discussion about immigration, its paradigms, and how the political environment shifts the dynamic of the conversation Panel discussion click on link
9/27/16 Digital Wellness and Food Security: The role of the media in safeguarding/endangering the integrity of information Master Level library students from University of Pretoria and their faculty click on link
9/29/16 CLACS Lecture Series. The link between agriculture and nutrition in rural households: the case of the Purchase of Progress Program in Guatemala   click on link
10/3/16 "Network Structure and the Use of Violence by Rebel Factions" David Bowden Click on link
10/4/16 Rejecting Globalization: The Rise Of Populism and Xenophobia in 2016 Panel Discussion click on link
10/5/16 Surkh Salam (Red Greetings) Communists in a Muslim Land Kamran Asdar Ali, Professor of Anthropology, Directory of South Asia Institute, University of Texas, Austin click on link
10/7/16 The Long-Run Price Elasticity of Electricity Demand Tatyana Deryugina, Alex MacKay, and Julian Reif click on link
10/10/16 Data, Predictions, and Decisions in Support of People and Society Dr. Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research click on link
10/11/16 International Food Security at Illinois Distinguished Lecture Dr. Jimmy Smith, Director General of the International Livestock Research Institute click on link
10/18/16 Computer Security, Privacy, and User Expectations: Case Studies in Web Tracking and Application Permissions Franziska Roesner, University of Washington click on link
10/18/16 A Strange Game: Chinese Nuclear Weapon Development in the 21st Century Gabriel Wacks
Undergraduate, East Asian Languages and Cultures; History
5:30 PM, Room 345 Armory
10/18/16 Owning a Century: Negotiating Contemporary Public Discourse on China Webcast with Dr. Hendry Kissinger. Local presentation by Mr. Forrest McSweeney, PhD Candidate in East Asian Languages and Cultures click on link
10/20/16 The Petrograd Bolsheviks and the Birth of Soviet Russia: Centennial Reflections Alex Rabinowitch, Emeritus Professor of History, Indiana University click on link
10/20/16 Student Security Group Coffee Talk – Partition: Military and/or Political Solution or Complication in Countries' Conflicts Dr. Clifford Singer,
ACDIS Director
5:30 PM, 345 Armory
10/21/16 New Directions in the Scholarship on the 1956 Hungarian Revolution: Memory and the Transnational Impact 60 years After Conference. See link for speakers. click on link
10/25/16 CAS/MillerComm lecture, “Retrofitting Totalitarianism in Putin's Russia,” Masha Gessen, Russian and American journalist, author and activist click on link
10/25/16 Subsidizing Drip Irrigation: Efficiency, the Feminization of Agriculture, and Policy Implications in India Trevor Birkenholtz, Associate Professor of Geography and Geographic Information Science click on link
11/9/16 EUC Lecture: "Integrating Migrants in Times of Economic Change: Comparing Responses in European Cities" Prof. Patrick Ireland, Political Science, Illinois Institute of Technology click on link
11/10/16 Teach-In: Shutdown Clinton/Quad Cities' Nuclear Reactors - Yes or No? Dr. Warren Lavey, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Natural Resources & Environmental
Sciences Department
Chapin Rose, Illinois State Senator, 51st District
Dr. Clifford Singer, Professor Emeritus (NPRE), Director of ACDIS
Dr. Rizwan Uddin, Associate Head of Academic Programs (NPRE)
November 10
124 Burrill Hall
4:00 pm
11/10/16 CLACS Lecture Series. The Socialist Humanitarian Imperative: The Logic and Practice of Cuba's Quest for Global Health in the Americas Sean Brotherton, University of Chicago click on link
11/10/16 Roundtable: "Transatlantic Relations in the Aftermath of U.S. Elections"   click on link
11/10/16 Making Room for Forgiveness: A Look at Iran's Victim-Centered Approach to Criminal Justice Arzoo Osanloo, Associate Professor in Law, Societies and Justice and Director of the Middle East Center at the University of Washington 4:00 PM at 3057 Lincoln Hall
11/10/16 The Urge to Purge: Lustration in Ukraine Dr. Yuliya Zabyelina
Assistant Professor of Political Science
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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11/15/16 From Revolutionary Executions to the Execution of the Revolutionaries: The Iranian Left and the Reign of Terror in Postrevolutionary Iran Behrooz Ghamari-Tabrizi, Director of CSAMES and Associate Professor of History and Sociology click on link
12/1/16 Rethinking Muslim Ethics: Beyond a Theology of Empire Ebrahim Moosa, professor of Islamic studies in the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and the Department of History at the University of Notre Dame 4:00 pm at 1022 Lincoln Hall
Sponsored by the Department of Religion, University of Illinois