UC Davis Global Affairs, in collaboration with the City of Davis’ Human Relations Commission, invites you to join our UC Davis Mandela Washington Fellows in celebrating Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday. This free event includes a short program, cake, entertainment, and family friendly games!
Hear Returned Peace Corps Volunteers share stories from their Peace Corps service, connect with the UC Davis Campus Recruiter and learn about opportunities to serve abroad, and network with Returned Peace Corps Volunteers in the community.
Have you recently returned from travels or do you have plans to travel this summer? Are you new to the United States? Do you enjoy encounters with other cultures and take interest in learning about other people?
Border zones can be sites of civic and artistic creativity from which more inclusive imaginaries of regional coexistence can emerge. This talk by University of California, San Diego professors Teddy Cruz and Fona Forman explores the idea of a "cross-border citizen" whose sense of belonging is oriented by the shifting challenges, opportunities, interests and aspirations negotiated among diverse people who share a contested space.
Join the final speaking of our three part conversational series on African Perspectives. Dr. Adejunmobi will discuss contemporary African Science Fiction and Speculative Fiction. She recently edited the Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry's special issue on African Speculative Fiction.
Join Dr. Boatamo Mosupyoe, Department Chair and Professor of Ethnic Studies at Sacramento State University, for a conversation about her vast research on the life, migration, success and failure trends of recent African immigrants in the United States, and its reflection in mainstream discourse and policy making.