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IAS/SIR Speaker Series: Oil, Gas, and Revolution: Bolivia and the Problem of Fossil Fuels

Professor Bret Gustafson, Anthropology, Washington University
McMillan Café

IAS/SIR Speaker Series with the Weidenbaum Center: Israel Updates: Elections, Peace Plan and What's Next

David Makovsky, The Washington Institute
Bryan Cave Moot Court Room, School of Law

James E. McLeod Memorial Lecture on Higher Education

George J. Sanchez, Professor of American Studies & Ethnicity and History, and Director of the Center for Democracy and Diversity, University of Southern California
Hillman Hall, Clark-Fox Forum

Russian Film Series

Screening of Vakhtangov Theatre's presentation of Anna Karenina
Seigle 206

IAS/SIR Speaker Series: Making Motherhood Work, How Women Manage Careers and Caregiving

Professor Caitlyn Collins, Department of Sociology, Washington University
DUC 239

Fall Break

Faculty Meeting and Advising Training

McMillan 259

IAS/SIR Speaker Series: The War that Dare Not Speak its Name, Thinking about the Vietnam War as a Civil War

Professor Edward Miller, Department of History, Dartmouth College
McMillan Café

The U.S. and Iraq Today

Col. Frank Sobchak, lead, co-author of the "U.S. Army in the Iraq War", which is the first U.S. government history of the war, will deliver this lecture as part of the Crisis & Conflict in Historical Perspective co-curricular initiative, which serves undergraduates considering careers in policy, as well as the greater WashU and St. Louis communities seeking historically-informed discussion about global events.
Busch 100