Myra Marx Ferree at the Munk Centre

Myra Marx Ferree, the Martindale-Bascom Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for German and European Studies at the University of Wisconsin talks about her new book:

Varieties of Feminism: German Gender Politics in Global Perspective”

Friday, March 16, 2012 2:00-4:00 pm
Room 108, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs (1 Devonshire Place)
Sponsored by the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies.


North American Idea: A Vision of a Continental Future

Thursday, January 26th @ 5pm

Robert Pastor, Director of the Center for North American Studies, Vice President of International Affairs, and Professor at American University, Washington, D.C.; former U.S. National Security Advisor for Western Hemisphere Affairs.

In discussion with Gerald Butts, Isabel Studer and Stephen Clarkson.

Please register at the Munk School of Global Affairs website.

Book Launch of Abbas Milani’s The Shah

Andrew DuBois Event

Friday, December 3rd, 2-4 pm

Room 208N, Munk School of Global Affairs

1 Devonshire Place

Andrew DuBois

Anthology of Rap

Roundtable on Rap Music With:

Christian Campbell: Writer, Poet, Cultural Critic, and Assistant Professor of English (University of Toronto) specializing in Caribbean Literature, Black Diaspora Literatures and Cultures, and Poetics.

Karina Vernon: Writer, Publisher, and Assistant Professor of English (University of Toronto) specializing in Black Canadian Cultural Studies, Canadian Literature, and Diaspora Studies.

Del Cowie: Toronto-Based Music Journalist whose writing has appeared in VIBE, XXL, Eye Weekly and Sway as well as online websites such as and AOL Canada. He is currently the hip-hop editor at national monthly music magazine Exclaim!

Angelica LeMinh: Reader, Writer, Blogger, and Performance Artist whose work appears in Pound and

Masia One: Toronto-Based Rap Artist

Reflect: Toronto-Based Rap Artist

Andrew DuBois is Associate Professor of English at the University of Toronto. The Anthology of Rap (Yale UP, 2010), co-edited with Adam Bradley of the University of Colorado, collects roughly three hundred lyrics from thirty years of recorded rap, accompanied by historical essays that contextualize the poetic innovations that both characterize and help to define hip-hop as a domestic culture and global force. This roundtable will draw on Toronto-based participants to situate the Anthology of Rap in a variety of scholarly and musical contexts.

All events are free and open to the public.

Registration is encouraged via

(Please Note: registration does not guarantee a space, which is available on a “first come, first served” basis.)

The Munk School of Global Affairs is a wheelchair accessible building

Book Launch of Charles Foran’s Mordecai