Submitted by aridzona@stanfo... on Mon, 07/09/2012 - 09:09.
Stanford's Division of International, Comparative and Area Studies (ICA) will present six films from around the world on Wednesday nights, beginning this week, from 7-9 P.M. in Room 002 of Building 200 (History Corner). The theme will be the politics of food and water, and will feature an introduction and post-show discussion. The first film, Today's Special, is a foodie comedy about a young Manhattan chef rediscovering his Indian heritage through food. This festival is free and open to the public.
Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org on Fri, 07/06/2012 - 08:28.
The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism has released a new interactive database: Who Owns the News Media. According to its site, the database
Submitted by aridzona@stanfo... on Tue, 07/03/2012 - 07:25.
"Camera as Witness - China, Iran, Vietnam, USA - Dialogue Through Culture"
A series of films on human rights begins this Thursday with "Sing China!" The other documentaries will be shown on July 19 ("Our Summer in Tehran") and August 2 ("A Dream in Hanoi"), all in Annenberg Auditorium in the Cummings Art Building at 7:00 PM. The festival is part of the Stanford Summer Human Rights Program.
Submitted by aridzona@stanfo... on Mon, 06/25/2012 - 14:37.
Fatou Bensouda, the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, will be delivering a keynote address on Wednesday night at 7:00 PM in Hewlett Teaching Center, Auditorium 200. The ICC is the first permanent treaty-based, international criminal court, created to prosecute individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression. Stanford libraries have several works by Ms. Bensouda.