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Global Studies Conference

38th Annual Global Studies Conference

2015 Conference Dates: October 1 - 2

Every fall, UNO's Global Studies Conference draws academics, students, and practitioners to Omaha for discussions about the world's most urgent development issues.

Global Studies Conference

CONFERENCE TOPICS

We welcome presentations from a diverse selection of academic disciplines and regions of the world:

Afghanistan
Africa
Democracy and Governance
Developing Roles of Women
Development and Humanitarian Relief
Environmental Degradation and Global Climate Change
Fine Arts and Literature
Global Water Shortages
Healthcare
International Education
Latin America
Middle East and South Asia
Philosophy and Religion
Social Media and the Arab Spring
Social and Political Perspectives

2015 Theme: Rethinking Global Security: Emerging Threats and Challenges

Traditionally, the state has monopolized the pursuit of national security goals as a way of ensuring its survival and protection of its citizens. Therefore, security has been a national problem, not a global one. Today, however, there is a growing consensus that security is no longer only threatened by uniformed and armed foreign militaries, but rather that globalization requires rethinking of our concepts to address a more complicated and interconnected set of threats including food, water and energy shortages, climate change, pandemic diseases, vulnerable cyber space and information systems, gender violence, piracy, transnational criminal terrorist and criminal networks, human and drug trafficking.

Call for Papers

Submit Abstracts

Please note: The deadline for submitting presentation abstracts is 8 September 2015 at midnight CST.

For more information, contact:

gsc@unomaha.edu
Phone: 1.402.554.2293
Fax: 1.402.554.2949.

Global Studies Conference
International Studies & Programs
University of Nebraska at Omaha
ASH 241
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182