Forum on International Issues
The Lecture Series brings scholars and other experts to the Montclair State University campus to present talks on international issues to a broader audience including students and faculty. Events are held in various locations on campus. This event is free and open to the public but reservations are recommended. For further information, contact Wendy Gilbert Simon at 973-655-4185 or email simonW@mail.montclair.edu.
- Handling North Korea after The Iran Nuclear Deal and Washington DC Careers in International Affairs
- Films and Film Makers: Cuban Short Films
- Cine Cubano al Desnudo
- Reading the Quran at Starbucks: A Traditional Muslim Scholar and a Secular Feminist Journalist Unpack the Clash of Civilizations Myth Carla Power
- Chinese Medicine: Food and Health Connections
- Ethiopia Thirteen months of sunshine water tower of the Nile.
- Human Rights, Justice & Democracy in Tunisia and Libya Divergent Transitions in the Arab Spring
- John Verlinden "Con Mucho Gusto: Discovering culture and history through food"
- Lopehandia Staged Play Reading
- Writers and Artists between Two Worlds
- Reading Foreign Voices