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School of International Studies
George Wilson Hall
Kathleen Hastings
School of International Studies
George Wilson Hall
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211

Tuesday World Forum

Fall 2014

12:00-12:50 pm


Oona Mallett with flags

Tuesday, September 23rd  

"How are DDA* Negotiations Carried Out and What Progress Has Been Made in These Negotiations?"

Speaker: Dr. Joan Apecu Laker, Ugandan Economic Affairs Officer, Council and Trade Negotiations Committee Division of the World Trade Organization. Location: Wendell Phillips Center, 140                                                                                

Tuesday, October 14th

"Good Mothers as Guest Workers: Constructing the 'Good Worker' in Spain's Stawberry Industry."

Speaker:  Susan E. Mannon, PhD, Associate Professor of Sociology, College of the Pacific. Location: George Wilson Hall

Tuesday, November 11th

"North Korea's Missile Programme: Assessment and Implication"

Speaker: Dong won Yoo, PhD, is a Research Scholar in the School of Interntional Studies. He is a professor in the Department of International Relation and the Head of the Center for Security Policy, Research Institute for National Security Affairs at the Korea National Defense University in Seoul, Korea.       Location: George Wilson Hall



Dr. John Mutenyo of Brookings (shown with SIS freshman Daniel Episcope), spoke at the SIS Tuesday World Forum, Fall 2010 on The Global Financial Crisis: How Are the African Economies Faring?

Dr. John Mutenyo


Pacific alum and award winning author Matthew Golub spoke to SIS students in October about his unique career, which joins children’s literature with language, international insight, and music.

Matthew Golub


Dr. Frank Young, alum and Senior Deputy (Asia), US AID, speaks at SIS.

Dr. Frank Young

Jeff Hebble, Former President of the Asia/Africa Division, Corn Products International, Inc., speaks at the SIS World Forum.

Jeff Hebble

On February 10th, 2011 School of International Studies professors Arturo Giraldez and Ahmed Kanna hosted a teach-in to a packed house of students, faculty, staff and community members on the subject of Egypt 2011: Economic Contexts, Cultural Symbolisms and Political Ramifications.

Egypt Teach-In