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Reminder: WHEATS 2017


WHEATS 2017:

Workshop for the History of Environment, Agriculture, Technology & Science




October 13-15, 2017

University at Albany, History Department

Albany, NY                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Seminar: “Weaponizing American Territory” by Mary X. Mitchell, April 25, Paris (Sciences Po)

Dear all, 

On April 25, the Chair for Security Studies at the Centre for International Relations (CERI), Sciences Po Paris, led by Prof. Benoît Pélopidas, has the pleasure to host a seminar by Dr Mary X. Mitchell (Cornell University, USA), on “Weaponizing American Territory”. Please notice registration to attend the event is mandatory (mail to: roberto.cantoni@sciencespo.fr).

Place and time: CERI - 56, rue Jacob - 75005 Paris - 'Salle du Conseil' (4th floor), 5 to 7 pm.