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2009 Global Seminars

“America and Vietnam at War: Origins, Implications, and Consequences”
Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam
June 6–July 18, 2009
Taught by Desaix Anderson, former diplomat, U.S. foreign service, with David Leheny, Princeton University, and Christophe Robert, consultant and Vietnam scholar

“The Future Is Now: Revolution and Utopia in Early Soviet Culture”
Herzen State Pedagogical University, St. Petersburg, Russia
June 15–July 24, 2009
Taught by Serguei Oushakine, Princeton University, and Devin Fore, Princeton University

“Race, Culture, and Identity in Brazilian Modernism”
Universidad Federal da Bahia, São Salvador da Bahia, Brazil; Pontifica Universidade Católica,  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
June 27–August 8, 2009
Taught by Esther da Costa Meyer, Princeton University, and Antonio Sergio Guimarães, University of São Paulo

“Sustainable Design: Creating New Solutions for Global Development"
Kokrobitey Institute, Accra, Ghana; and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana
June 15–July 24, 2009
Taught by Wole Soboyejo, Princeton University, with Makeba Clay, Seminar Administrator, Princeton University

“Islam, Empire, and Modernity: Turkey from the Caliphs to the 21st Century”
Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey
June 15–July 24, 2009
Taught by M. Sükrü Hanioğlu, Princeton University, and Erika H. Gilson, Princeton University