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- The ORIAS office will be closed Oct 22-30.
- Public Events On Campus:
- Courtesy Listings
- East Asian Regional Materials and Resource Center (Free video/film lending library for educators) will hold its fall video screening workshop on Saturday, Nov. 2 at CSUEB. Here is the invitation from the director Bruce Reynolds. These screenings are always interesting and often surprising.
- Primary Source will host a webinar on Saturday, November 16th with Barb Petzen. Barb will speak on women activists in the Middle East and how their work redefines our ideas of the roles and aspirations of women in the Middle East.
- Web Walking for fun and inspiration:
Community college faculty update
- New dates and deadlines for ORIAS working groups.
- The European Union: An Introduction For Teachers online course June 26, 2013
- ORIAS K-12 institute full for auditors
- Web walking:
World Refugee Day curriculum
Primary sources on the Middle East
- ORIAS and CLAS Summer Institutes
- Web walking: Colonialism / Imperialism
- Personalizing the Past Artifact History Kits close out sale from Barbara Loften
- ORIAS summer institutes
- Other summer institutes
- Online summer workshops
- Resources - maps
- ORIAS events
- The Spring 2013 EARMARC workshop screens films and videos from their lending library of East Asia resources on Saturday April 6th in Robinson Hall Room 137 on the CSU-East Bay Hayward campus.
- UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project will offer an array of institutes in summer 2013
- The 1990 Institute Two-day Teachers Workshop on China’s Growing Global Impact - What it means for U.S. Teachers and Students. August 5-6, 2013
- Summer institutes at the UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project
- Children's Africana Book Awards for 2013 announced.
- March 4 deadline reminders: Teachers for Global Classrooms and NEH summer programs for school and college teachers
- Fee based travel programs to Uzbekistan and South Africa.
- Registration open for winter programs at ORIAS and EUCE.
New Free Online Course for Secondary Teachers: Teaching about Pre-modern Japan: Heian and Medieval Society Culture
- Berkwood Hedge School hosts after-school workshop on storytelling techniques in Berkeley.
- NEH Summer Institutes
*Selected Online Resources:
- Webinars from Primary Source
- Morocco: Web 2.0 for Social Change
- Online Resources for Teaching about History, Culture and Politics on the Korean Peninsula
- Bay Area Children’s Theater is presenting a world premiere musical called Tales of Olympus
- NEH Summer Institute for Teachers in Turkey, July 8 – 26, 2013.
- Intensive Summer Language Institute (ISLI) in Changchun, China
- Teachers of Critical Languages Program (TCLP) places EFL teachers from China and Egypt in U.S. K-12 host schools.
- Educational Seminars Program provides short-term professional development opportunities to U.S. teachers and administrators for 3 week reciprocal exchange programs (to Brazil and Portugal) and one-way professional development programs (to India and China).
- Global Connections Study Tour to Turkey
- Global Exploration for Educators Organization (GEEO)
The U.S. Department of Education and the International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) office is pleased to announce a Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program opportunity for Summer 2013:
Seminar Title: History, Culture and Economic Development in China
Duration: Four Weeks; exact dates to be determined (typically beginning in late June)
Participants: U.S. K-12 educators, administrators, and media resource specialists who have responsibility for curriculum and instruction in the social sciences, humanities, foreign languages and area studies
Program Content: China’s increasing global influence presents a need for U.S. educators to fully understand its transformation into a worldwide economic powerhouse and related challenges. This Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program will provide a unique in-country study experience for U.S. educators and administrators to examine China’s history, culture, society, and economy.
The awards include: round-trip economy airfare, room and board, program-related travel within the host country. Participants are responsible for a cost share of $450, travel insurance and personal passports.
The application package will be available starting Oct 24, 2012 at www.G5.gov. For more information, please go to www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpssap/elsecseminars.html.
Off-campus travel and resouces:
- Humanities West/ORIAS working group 2012-13.
- ORIAS summer institute Technology in Human History resources and summaries being posted.
- “The Aftermath of the Russian Presidential Elections” podcast from ISEEES.
- From the California History Social Science Project: Lesson Plan Writers Needed.
- Fulbright Classroom Teacher Exchange Program – application deadline Oct. 15.
- Distinguished Fulbright Awards in Teaching – application Dec. 15.
- Supply, Demand, and César Chávez - 2012 Center for Latin American Studies Summer Institute for Teachers Thursday, July 19, 2012
- Visual Culture and Identity – Adornment: Museum of the African Diaspora Educators’ Workshop, June 10, 2012.
- Technology in Human History - ORIAS Summer Institute For K-12 accepting wait list.
- Tap into Turkey: Curriculum Development Grant from the American Turkish Society for Teaching About Turkey. Deadline: Monday, June 18.
- Upcoming ORIAS Programs and Summer Institute Agenda
- From World Savvy: High School Students and Educators: Apply now for World Savvy’s 2012-13 American Youth Leadership Program with Bangladesh Hurry – Application deadline extended to April 30, 2012!
- East Asian Regional Materials and Resources Center (a large lending library of video and film resources for educators) holds it spring screening/workshop on aturday April 28, 2012 at our usual location, Robinson Hall 137 on the CSU East Bay campus.
Also on Campus:
- From Committee of 100 Wanxiang Teaching Scholars Program: 2012 Summer Institute on China - Renewable Energy: Science and Policy - June 18th – July 14.
- GEEO currently they offer tours designed for educators to 14 countries.
World History Study Group February 15 and April 18.
Fourth Annual Educator Workshop On The European Union
Saturday, March 10, 2012.
Pompeii & Herculaneum: Rediscovering Roman Art & Culture - ORIAS Working Group at Humanities West - April 27 and 28, 2012
Reframing U.S. History at Peralta Hacienda: An NEH Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop for School Teachers. June 18-22, 2012 or June 25-29, 2012. Application Deadline is March 1. Details below.
ORIAS/Robbins Collection Workshop: California's Legal Heritage as part of Spain, Mexico, and the United States.
Sunday, April 15, 2012. Details below.
Teaching World History at College Level: ORIAS Community College Summer Institute - May 29-30, 2012. Details below.
Save the date: The Role Of Technology In Shaping Human History - Summer Institute For K-12 Teachers - July 23-25, 2012.
Community College faculty update 1-31-12
Date correction for Humanities West Ming working group: Feb 10-11, 2012.
Reminder: Fourth Annual Educator Workshop on the European Union
Campus events in January highlighting the ancient world.
Off-campus programs in January from Facing History and World Savvy.
- Off-campus events
- Chinese Film and Society, a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute for Teachers hosted by the Asian Educational Media Service at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. July 9-August 3, 2012.
- New Resource
(from the Institute of European Studies)
- Competition and grant opportunity deadlines (in addition to those listed in 12-8 enews.)
- ORIAS upcoming events
- Travel and grant opportunities
- ORIAS upcoming events
- New ORIAS resources online
- Travel and grant opportunities
- Save the date: ORIAS Teaching World History at Community College working
group will meet Friday, December 2, 2:00-4:00 PM followed by Patricia Ebrey’s public lecture: “The Song Emperor Huizong: Daoist, Painter, Builder, Captive”
- Campus events
- Panel discussion and reception | “Contemporary Pakistani Art”| October 17 | 3-6 p.m. | The Bancroft Hotel, 2680 Bancroft Way, Berkeley
- Classroom visiting speaker opportunity – noted female Pakistani artist, Naiza
- Off-campus events
- EARMARC video screening/workshop: Screening East Asian films available for
loan to educators
- Travel - GEEO
- Reminders – ORIAS, Exploring Humanitarian Law, World Saavy
- Public lectures and events on campus
- Off-campus opportunities
- World Savvy's Sustainable Communities Institute
- Exploring Humanitarian Law - ICRC
- Books by ORIAS summer institute presenters:
- Abina and the Important Men: A Graphic History by Trevor Getz and Liz Clarke.
Sept 18, 4pm - Book launch party for "Abina and the Important Men: Engaging students in reversing the silences of history." at Fantastic Comics, 2026 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley.
- The Misfortunes of Alonso Ramírez: The True Adventures of a Spanish American with 17th Century Pirates by Fabio Lopez-Lazaro.
- Campus lectures and events:
- Lectures and video on-line
- Online resources: focus on literature
EVENTS - reminder
- The Fall of the Soviet Union, 1991-2011
Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 37th Annual Outreach Conference
Saturday, April 30, 2011 – 9:15am-5:00pm
Toll Room, Alumni House, UC Berkeley
- RESOURCES: In the news
- ONLINE RESOURCES:
- ORIAS Events
- Off-campus Events
- Events for College Educators:
- ORIAS Events
- University public events
- ORIAS Events
- Award opportunities
- Resources: Monkey
- Events, Reminders, Resources
- Registration Deadline for is October 13 for ORIAS Working Group at Humanities West
- This list compiled by longtime world history instructor, Mark Welter, has been circulating on the H-world site. I think it makes a good checklist for the beginning of the year and you may enjoy it.
Mark Welter taught world history around 12 concepts. A quick summary:
1. Has any civilization been permanently successful?
2. Does history offer evidence for a "superior" race, creed or culture?
3. What is the impact of technology on culture?
4. How much unity is needed to have a culture function well?
5. Has anything in history happened because of one cause?
6. What is the best approach to change (revolution or gradual)?
7. Have there always been two logical views in addressing problems?
8. How important is a group's emphasis on learning?
9. To what extent do poverty and lack of opportunity lead to "isms"?
10. Are there general similarities between past and present?
11. To what extent do geography, topography and climate shape values and social structures?
12. To what extent do cultural values and historical eras influence art styles and subjects?
- Public Events:
- Attention Language Arts Teachers - Come discover sijo!
“Dialogue on Korean poetry” • with David McCann, professor of Korean literature at Harvard (author of Urban Temple, his first collection of the Korean poetic form, sijo, written in English) and Robert Hass, professor of English and former U. S. poet laureate.
• Thursday, October 7, 2010 • 4pm-5:30pm • Maude Fife Room
- Public Events:
- Jefferson Memorial Lectures
Japanese American Incarceration Reconsidered: 1970-2010
Roger Daniels — Charles Phelps Taft Professor Emeritus of History, University of Cincinnati
September 14, 2010 — 4:10 PM
International House Auditorium, 2299 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley
- Bancroft Mexican Revolution Conference/Symposium/Exhibit
- EARMARC new catalogue
- Sidney D. Gamble Photographs: 1917-1932 (China, Japan, Korea, San Francisco, and Russia.)
- From Hiroshima to New York: Survivors of the 1945 A-Bombing of Hiroshima Discuss Their Experiences, Paper Cranes & 9/11 (Japan Society).Web cast of Mr. Masahiro Sasaki, whose sister has been immortalized in the story of Sadako and 1000 cranes, and Mr. Tsugio Ito, who had the misfortune of losing his brother at Hiroshima and his son at 9/11. The subtitled webcast is of them speaking to American high school and middle school teachers. Additional lesson resources also on the Japan Society Web site. http://aboutjapan.japansociety.org/content.cfm/from_hiroshima_to_new_york .
- Archival interview footage and still photography on the Vietnam War primarily from "Vietnam: A Television History" now available online through "The Vietnam Collection," a new online video library at openvault.wgbh.org. Because of formatting issues, the videos have been mostly inaccessible to the public since the series ran. Through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the materials were reconstructed, transferred and digitized over the last two years as part of a joint project of the WGBH Media Library and Archives, the University of Massachusetts in Boston and the Columbia University Center for New Media Teaching and Learning.
- October 22 and 23, 2010 - Venice: Queen of the Adriatic (ORIAS Working Group at Humanities West)
- Other special offers for student and teachers at Humanities West.
- Save the dates:
- Teachers' Workshop at African Studies Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco - November 20, 2010.
- World History Study Group 2010-11 • “Indian Ocean"
Meetings at Mercy High School, 3250 19th Avenue, San Francisco (near Stonestown Galleria) • 5:00-7:00 pm
Dates are TBA - in the past we have met the 3rd Wednesday of each month from October to April.
- Special announcement from Andrew Hammann and ORIAS:
I am happy to announce the launch of an online primary source archive and teaching tool entitled American Slavery Debate: In the Context of Atlantic History that I hope will help with you with class preparation and student research. The website was developed under the auspices of the Office of Resources for International and Area Studies (ORIAS) at UC-Berkeley. It provides access to 320+ downloadable documents that illustrate the myriad of international influences that affected American attitudes toward slavery and antislavery between the American Revolution and the Civil War. It has been designed to enable teachers of both American History and World History to apply a wider lens in their treatments of the complex subject of American slavery. (AH)
- Off-campus Resources:
ORIAS Summer Institute
ORIAS Web Resources
- TEACHER INSTITUTE “Dissonant Voices: Seeking Justice in the American Experience” Free Teacher Institute at GGNRA & Angel Island For Middle and High School Teachers
June 22-24, 2010
- GEEO currently has openings in their summer travel programs to Peru, India, Tunisia and China. Global Exploration for Educators Organization (GEEO) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that runs professional development travel programs designed for teachers.
ORIAS events: flyer
Also on campus this month:
- Food, Culture and Identity in a Global Society: A Conversation with Darra Goldstein and Barry Glassner
April 2, 2010, 12 noon, 3335 Dwinelle Hall
- Food: History and Culture in the West
April 30, 2010, 9AM-5:30, 223 Moses Hall
- “Montgomery Mudras” at ACOE’s National History Day reception honoring Claudette Colvin (March 19)
- The Voyage of the Kanrin Maru (April 17)
- ORIAS at Humanities West: Florence of the Medici (April 30-May 1)
- ISEEES outreach institute: From Old Regimes to New Democracies? Transitions in Eastern Europe, 1989-1990 (April 24)
- “North American Futures: Canada-U.S. Perspectives” (March 12-13)
- 2010 Toyota International Teacher Program to the
- Red Cross educators’ reception with Jimmie Briggs
- ORIAS events
- Resources online
- Travel opportunities
- Notice: Haiti earthquake disaster
- ORIAS events
- Resources on-line
- A History of the World in 100 Objects
- The Asian Museum is now on iTunes
- Grant and travel opportunities:
- Spring Fellowship in Korean Studies program
- Distinguished Fulbright Awards in Teaching program
ORIAS workshop for world history and science educators.
ENERGY THROUGH THE AGES: Global Stories of Energy in Social and Political Life
Teacher Workshop: Water around the World
Origins: December 2009 issue, features: “1989 Twenty Years On: The End of Communism and the Fate of Eastern Europe” by Theodora Dragostinova
eHistory at The Ohio State University
The Pacific Film Archive Library and Film Study Center announces the launch of the newly redesigned CineFiles website.
- New at ORIAS:
- On Campus:
- Off campus
- East Asian Regional Materials and Resource Center (EARMARC) fall
workshop.- Saturday, October 31st
- At the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco: An Evening for Educators at
MATCHA (Thai River Festival, Thursday, October 29, 2009; 4:30–7:00 pm)
- Online Resources
In celebration of its 25th season, Humanities West is offering free tickets to their Astronomy program, Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler,on October 2 and 3 for teachers and students age 25 and under. For tickets please contact Patricia Lundberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415 391 9700.October 2-3, 2009–
- Symposium: Domestic Challenges to China’s “Peaceful Development”
Wednesday, September 30, 2009, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
IEAS Conference Room, 2223 Fulton Street, Sixth Floor, Berkeley
- Public lectures: "A Scientist Addresses Science Education" & "A Sense of Wonder"
Lecture I: Wednesday, October 14, 2009.
Lecture II: Thursday, October 15, 2009.
Both lectures start at 4:10 p.m.
International House Auditorium, 2299 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley.
- Resources on-line
- Student opportunity: Distance learning in Japan studies for high school juniors and seniors (Stanford’s Reischauer Scholars Program).
- Reminder: Application Closing Date October 9, 2009: Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program Summer 2010
- Study travel: Silk Road to Silicon Highways - Institute on China studies followed by study travel to Beijing, Xian, Chongqing, and Wuhan - June 29 - July 19, 2009.
- World Savvy Teacher Workshop - Global Migration: The World on the Move - May 12 & 14
- At ORIAS:
- ORIAS Working Group at Humanities West • April 17-18, 2009
Napoleon: European Culture at the Crossroads
Deadline for sign-ups: Monday, April 13.
- New on-line resources at ORIAS.
- ORIAS Summer Institute – July 27-31, 2009
Art in National Life
- At ISEEES:
- Russia And Her Neighbors • Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies' annual Teachers' conference - April 25, 2009
- Public lectures at the Phoebe Hearst Museum on campus:
- Web walking:
- ATTN: Chinese Language Teachers : NOTE ROOM CHANGE
- FUNDED TRAVEL:
- LESSONS ONLINE:
- LESSONS ON-LINE:
- ORIAS EVENTS
- STUDY TRAVEL
- Funded Study Travel In Korea this summer
- EVENTS / OPPORTUNITIES
- ORIAS SAVE THE DATE:
- ORIAS Working Group At Humanities West – Napoleon: European Culture and the Crossroads – April 17 & 18, 2009.
- ORIAS 2009 Summer Institute – Visible Power: Art in National Life, A World History Teachers’ Institute. July 27-31, 2009.
- NEWS AND RESOURCES
- Travel: Focus on service learning and professional development in Africa - Details below.
- On-line Resources -
- The Obama Administration and The Challenge of China – USC US-China Institute. (I’ve retitled this documentary from “Election ’08 and the Challenge of China” to indicate that it is still a relevant classroom tool.)
- ORIAS resource pages for 1001 Nights and Jataka Tales.
- Animated maps for studying globalization through the spread of Empire
- Happy People Dancing on Planet Earth (Matt Harding & Melissa Nixon)
- Reminders: Currently at ORIAS - Details below.
- Buddhist Jataka Tales, Globalizers Book Group, Napoleon, European Union
- Oct 10, 9-5 - This Friday: public symposium on "Reunification: Building Permanent Peace in Korea"
- Oct 9-10 – A two-day Rajasthani cultural festival (flyer) at UCB
- October 17 and 18 - Teachers and students offered a special program at Humanities West: “Benjamin Franklin and The Invention Of America” (flyer)
- Oct 25 - EARMARC fall 2008 East Asian video workshop
- Teacher Workshop from KQED, World Savvy, and ITV: Civic Engagement in the Classroom - October 29, 2008
- Manga/Anime Drawing Contest – entries due Oct. 24
- Legislation of note: H.R.7063 United States and the World Education
- Election resources:
- Film Screening and Panel: Anime Masters and Masterpieces: Grave of the Fireflies, Saturday, September 27, 2:00-5:00 pm
- Exhibit and programs at Hearst museum: Traje de la Vida: Maya Textiles of Guatemala opening September 25.
- Service learning: San Francisco’s Blue Planet Run Foundation
- Exhibit: Doctors Without Borders: A Refugee Camp in the Heart of the City - October 15-19, 2008
- On-line Resource: African Access and Africana Book Awards
- Coming Events at ORIAS - Globalizing World History Study Group; Humanities West
- Campus Events in September
- On-line Resources for the new school year:
Archive of classroom resources developed during ORIAS workshops.
Archive of resources and links from past ORIAS events.
FORA.tv’s World forum has a tremendous library of multimedia commentary, discussion, and debate on world events and ideas by leading area experts recorded during public forums. Engaging and useful material for high school classroom discussion “starters” abounds.
World History Connected: the Ejournal of Learning and Teaching. This issue features a variety of essays on world history pedagogy, as well as interviews, regular columns, and book reviews.
- Travel: The Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad deadline Sept. 12, 2008
- Event: War, Justice and Human Dignity: Exploring Humanitarian Law Workshop for Educators
August 14-15, 2008 Exhibit: "A Memory of Humanity: From Solferino to Guantanamo - 145 years of Red Cross Photography," showing July 15 - August 15.
Held at Presidio of San Francisco (Officer's Club)
- Event: Educators for Nonviolence offers its 3rd Annual Summer Conference & Teacher Training July 18-19, 2008 At Bishop O’Dowd High School, Oakland, CA
- Podcast: BBC has posted the first of four broadcasts by China scholar Jonathan Spence speaking on Confucius. (Transcript is also posted.) The talk is followed by an interesting Q&A addressing Confucian thought and contemporary China.
Web site: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/reith2008/
- June issue of World History Connected: the Ejournal of Learning and Teaching http://www.worldhistoryconnected.org
- From World Savvy: the Global Affairs Monitor – check it out for free during the months of May and June.
- BAGEP/ORIAS/Humanities West Working Group resources on-line for 2007-8 programs on Voltaire, Genghis Khan, Pericles: http://orias.berkeley.edu/2008/2008WorkingGroupHome.htm
- Reminders: PFA Educators’ workshop - How to Read a Film: A Visual Literacy Workshop ORIAS reminders at: http://orias.berkeley.edu
- Empire to Empire: The Americas in the Age of Exploration Center for Latin America’s 2008 Summer Institute for Teachers
July 14-16, 2008
- Performance: "Rakugo: Japanese Sit-down Comedy in English" Kaishi Katsura, Ambassodor, Ministry of Culture, Japan
When: Saturday, May 17, 2008 -7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
- ORIAS Summer Institute Agenda now on-line.
Lecture Thurs, May 8 : Samuel Garang Akau, of the “Lost Boys” who escaped from Sudan during the 1990s, speaks on his recent work in Sudan.
PFA Educators’ workshop - How to Read a Film
- Lecture: Samuel Garang Akau, of the lost boys who escaped from Sudan during the 1990s, speaks on his recent work in Sudan.
- Exhibit: A Memory of Humanity: From Solferino to Guantanamo 145 Years of Red Cross Photography
- Educators workshop - Exploring Humanitarian Law
- Film: (This Thursday!) Bolinao 52 - Film screening and discussion with the filmmaker Duc Nguyen
- Educators workshop - How to Read a Film: A Visual Literacy Workshop for High School Teachers and Media Educators
- Reminders from ORIAS:
Teacher Institute: Russian Emigration in Historical Perspective: Russians in California
Pestilence and Public Health - ORIAS World History Summer Institute waiting list
- Russian Emigration in Historical Perspective: Russians in California (34th Annual Teacher Outreach Conference at the Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies at U. C. Berkeley). May 3, 2008.
- Webcast: Story Hour in the Library at UCB.
- ORIAS event reminders:
Pestilence and Public Health Summer Institute
Athens in the Time of Pericles - working group at Humanities West, May 2-3
- ORIAS/BAGEP 2008 Working Group at Humanities West
- Pestilence and Public Health - ORIAS World History Summer Institute
- Cal Day – Open House on campus April 12
- 2008 Edith Coliver Festival of Cultures at International House, April 12 5. At the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
- KQED: Community Classroom: Engaging Students and Teachers Through Film,
April 22, 2008
- "Water and the Developing World: Voices from Industry, Policy, and the Human Rights Perspective" Conference at Stanford
- Travel opportunities:
Toyota International Teachers Program – Galapagos Islands – Fall 2008
IREX – Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program – Eurasia/South Asia
- Featured campus event: Modern Sport and the Formation of European Identities
- ORIAS upcoming events:
- What's In a Document? A Look At Justinian and Roman Law - Hands-on workshop with rare manuscripts in the Robbins collection and focus group for curriculum resource on Justinian and Roman law. March 29th, 2008.
- ORIAS at Humanities West - Athens In The Time Of Pericles Friday, May 2 -
Web resources from the Legacy of Genghis Khan meeting
- World Affairs Challenge
- EARMARC Spring 2008 Workshop/Screening
- 26th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival
- Registration due for Robbin’s Collection Workshop: What's In a Document? A Look At Justinian and Roman Law
- Modern Sport and the Formation of European Identities
- Public workshop at the Center for Chinese Studies, UCB: “The Beijing Olympics”
- Pestilence and Public Health - ORIAS World History Summer Institute
- From World Savvy: “Innocents Lost: When Child Soldiers Go to War"
- This weekend! The 47th Annual CCSS Conference (special pre-conference World History workshop in San Francisco this Thursday)
- ORIAS events
- Opportunities from: The Pacific Film Archive, BAGEP, Facing the Future and World Savvy.
- News for Foreign Language teachers.
- Webwalking: Lostboyz - Cambodian-American life
- Coming events at ORIAS
- This Sunday: The Panchatantra: Indian animal fables
- The Enduring Legacy of Genghis Khan - Free ticket offer.
- Off-campus events: Hearst Museum; BAGEP; World Savvy; CCSS.
- Courtesy Announcement - travel: Global Alliance; East West Center
- Heads-up on the Panchatantra Indian animal fables meeting at ORIAS, Feb 10, 2008: we are adding a related workshop on using theatre in the classroom conducted by Dave Maier, outreach coordinator for the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre.
- Focus the Nation: Global Warming Solutions for America – teach-in at Berkeley on Jan. 31, 2008.
- Portrait of Turkey: One-day workshop at the World Affairs Council with a special educator session - Feb 2, 2008.
- Web-walking: Muslim Minorities in Southeast Asia; 2007 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies; The U.S. and Iran: Confronting Policy Alternatives from Choices
- ORIAS/BAGEP History Through Literature Meeting – Literature from the Hebrew Bible –January 27, 2008.
- Asian Art Museum - Arts of Buddhism: Cultivating Mindfulness - Saturday, January 12, 2008
- Web walking: Digital TV and the World Chinese Voices now on-line
- Looking ahead:
- ORIAS Summer Institute, July 28-August 1, 2008 – Disease in World History
- WACSP Foreign Policy Conference at Asilomar, May 2-4, 2008 – Deadline 2/15
- NEH Summer Seminars – Deadline 3/3
Contact: Michele Delattre at the Office of Resources for International and
Area Studies (ORIAS) at email@example.com or by calling 510/643-0868.