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November 2014


Variations in Rationality in Foreign Policy Decision Making

Friday November 21, 2014
12:00 - 1:20 PM
Gowen 1A (Olson Room)

Brian Rathbun, Associate Professor of International Relations, Univ. of Southern CA; Discussant - Travis Nelson, UW Political Science PhD student

Severyns-Ravenholt Endowment, Richard B. Wesley Graduate Student Fund for International Relations, Center for Global Studies, and Dep't of Political Science

tleonard@uw.edu

Dr. Rathbun received his PhD in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley in 2002 and has taught at USC since 2008. He has written three solo-authored books on humanitarian intervention, multilateral institution building, and diplomacy. His articles appear or are forthcoming in the field's leading journals, including International Organization, Security Studies, and International Studies Quarterly to name a few. Dr. Rathbun's research integrates insights from political, social and cognitive psychology into the study of international relations, and more particularly on how ideology influences foreign policy decision-making. He's also an excellent dancer. Paper available upon request.


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Variation in Rationality in Foreign Policy Decision-Making

Friday November 21, 2014
12:00 -1:20 PM
Gowen 1A (Olson Room)

Brian Rathbun, Associate Professor of International Relations, Univ. of Southern CA

Severyns-Ravenholt Endowment, Richard B. Wesley Graduate Student Fund for International Relations, Center for Global Studies, and Dep't of Political Science

tleonard@uw.edu


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February 2015


CITY DWELLERS: CONTEMPORARY ART FROM INDIA

Saturday August 30, 2014 to Sunday February 15, 2015
SAAM Hours
Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle WA

Various

Seattle Art Museum

http://seattleartmuseum.org/exhibitions/citydwellers

 Bollywood movie culture, venerated politicians, religious traditions, and art historical icons all contribute to the myriad of influences in contemporary urban Indian culture. The artists in this exhibition pay tribute to this multitude even as they introduce elements of irony, introspection, and critique.

Through their photography and sculpture, the artists negotiate diverse ideas and influences on contemporary Indian society—Hindu mythology, Bollywood movies, Indian and western art, and icons of everyday life in a global market economy. Many of the works are influenced as much by popular movie culture and the use of digital technology as by the conventions of religious ritual and street processions, traditional theater, and dance.

Come see the colorful, contradictory, and complex India of today through the works of some of the country’s leading artists.


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Center for Global Studies
International Studies Program
University of Washington
Box 353650
Seattle, WA 98195
(206) 685-2707
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Sara R. Curran
Director
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Tamara Leonard
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Program Coordinator
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Fellowships Coordinator
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