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The curriculum in Global Studies is excited to present to you the incredible range and depth of events we hosted and supported in Fall 2010.

hearing is healing

Hearing is Healing: The Intersection of Music and Public Health

A lecture and performance by Malawian activist and musician Peter Mawanga

Peter Mawanga, celebrated Malawian musician, discussed with the UNC Chapel Hill community how he has used his art to advocate for the underprivileged and assist those living with the devastating effects of AIDS.

Presented in conjunction with the Institute of Global Health and Infectious Diseases.

beyond peace deals

Beyond Peace Deals: A Discussion with Pulitzer Center Journalism Jina Moore

Jina Moore, an award-winning Pulitzer Center journalist, presented to a packed audience the successes and failures of the United Nation’s Peacebuilding mission in Central Africa.

Presented in conjunction with the African Studies Center and the Department of African and Afro-American Studies.


Sponsored Events

Read about the other wonderful events the curriculum in Global Studies has had the opportunity to help bring to the UNC-Chapel Hill campus.



The Global Studies vivarium is back! Take a sneak peak at the magnificent new additions to the global studies vivarium and learn about how this amazing mini-ecosystem was created.


In the next issue of the curriculum in Global Studies newsletter, read about the success of our War Stories speaker series featuring Jon Lee Anderson and Helene Cooper and our Global Health Discussion series run in conjunction with the Institute for Infectious Diseases and Global Health.

If you live near UNC-Chapel Hill, save the date for our Fall 2011 War Stories speaker series. The program will continue in late September with democracy expert Larry Diamond. In October, Sandy Smith-Nonini will discuss her journalism experience in El Salvador. The series will culminate in a talk with bestselling author Alexandra Fuller of Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight fame on November 8th, 2011.