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Global Student Movements

Panelists will take an in-depth look at the importance of student movements in Iran, Southern Africa, Latin America, and Spain, and how these movements go beyond borders in today’s globalized world.
Abbas Milani
Director of the Program on Iranian Studies
Jess Auerbach
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Anthropology
Gabriela Badica
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Iberian and Latin American Cultures
Hosted by Stanford Global Studies, which now offers a Global Studies Minor for undergraduates from any major. The Minor is designed to give students in-depth interdisciplinary study in one of the following specializations, within a larger global context: Africa, Europe, Iran, Islam, Latin America, and South Asia. 
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Trouble finding the Humanities House? Here are a few tips: 

  • the Humanities House is located in the middle of the block that holds the Schwab Residential Center, Branner Hall, Toyon Hall, Kimball Hall, Costano, Lantana, Manzanita Field, and Manzanita Park, and the main surrounding streets are Aguello, Serra, Escondido, and Campus.
  • it is directly between the Schwab Residential Center and the Manzanita dining commons
  • you can access it most directly via the bike and pedestrian walkway connecting Serra street and Escondido road
  • we will have signs posted to direct the way to the event space, which is in the student lounge and kitchen area on the first floor



Wednesday, February 3, 2016. 08:00PM


Humanities Theme Residence (student lounge, 1st floor), 684 Serra Street, Manzanita Park


Stanford Global Studies Division




Open to Stanford students.