Here is a list of all the upcoming Speaker Series events, Luncheon Series events, and non-CAS events:

 

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The Uyghur Crisis Explained 2021.05.19

Non-CAS Event Wednesday, May 19 at 12pm MDT Register here Join the WorldDenver Young Professionals and a panel of experts and activists for a conversation on the troubling crisis gripping the current day Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China (historically known as "East Turkistan"). The Uyghur people are predominantly Muslims and have lived in this region for centuries. Human rights organizations, international news outlets, and academic researchers have reported that...

"Global Hong Kong: Lessons from Elsewhere" Coup and Protests in Myanmar 2021.05.24

Non-CAS Event Monday, May 24 at (Mon)17:00 (HK), 10:00 (UK), 3AM (MDT) Register Here As Hong Kong experiences unprecedented political and social upheavals, we invite speakers who can shed light on other societies which have faced similar challenges. Putting Hong Kong in global perspectives may inspire comparative research, theoretical and historical reflections, as well as public discussions on our collective future. Dr. Renaud EGRETEAU (CityU of HK) , Dr. Maung...
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CANCELLED: On Popular Music, Dictatorship, and a Brown Commons 2021.05.26

CAS Event Wednesday, May 26 at 4:30pm MDT In dictatorships, music has been composed by and for the state. But it has also served as a mode of resistance. Under the martial rule of President Ferdinand Marcos (1972-1986), state-sponsored songs, musical institutions, and programs flourished in the service of the dictator’s Bagong Lipunan (New Society) while, at the same time, the protest songs of Philippine composers, musicians, and activists rendered...