(Co-Sponsor) Harnessing Our Mutual Responsibilities to Solve Global Challenges

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: Harnessing Our Mutual Responsibilities to Solve Global Challenges 2021 “Rise or Fall Together” Interdependence Summit     As the Delta variant spreads across the world, a global end to the pandemic still seems far from clear. A recent climate change report provides a grim prognosis […]

(Co-Sponsor) Technologies of Power Series | GEOPOLITICS | What is US Empire?

Samar Al-Bulushi, Darryl Li, John Muthyala

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: GEOPOLITICS | What is US Empire? This year, as the US surpasses half a million deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic and domestic fascists attempt a coup, the country will also mark the 20th anniversary of the US-led Global War on Terror. How did global and […]

Undergraduate Talk on Contested Memory and Mass Violence: Understanding the Experience of the Comfort Women

Carol Gluck

The Undergraduate Committee on Global Thought presents Talks with Professors Contested Memory and Mass Violence: Understanding the Experience of the Comfort Women Professor Carol Gluck Co-sponsored by the Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability REGISTER In this second event in the Undergraduate Committee on Global Thought’s exploration of the Politics of Memory, Professor Carol Gluck […]

(Co-Sponsor) Toward Sustainable Corporate Governance: Where Are We Headed? At What Speed?

John C. Coffee Jr. , Pierre-Henri Conac, Luca Enriques, Jennifer Hill

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: Toward Sustainable Corporate Governance: Where Are We Headed? At What Speed? Europe and the United States are moving in the same direction, but at different speeds, toward a model of sustainable corporate governance. In the United States, corporate law is a matter of state law […]

CGT Lunchtime Seminar with Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb

Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb, Joseph Slaughter

Epidemic Empire: Colonialism, Contagion, and Terror, 1817-2020 Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb Moderated by Joseph Slaughter, Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University Monday, October 4 | 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM ET The CGT Lunchtime Seminars are an informal forum for scholars to discuss current research assessing issues of global importance with members […]

UCGT Global Thought Lab: Global Corporate Social Responsibility

Chloe Autio, Khendrick Beausoleil, Morgan Grant

The Undergraduate Committee on Global Thought Presents: Global Thought Lab A Conversation on Global Corporate Social Responsibility Thursday, October 7 | 5:30 – 6:30 PM ET REGISTER Join the UCGT for an interactive discussion on the role of corporations and corporate interests in global social good in order to understand what their social responsibilities are, […]

(Co-Sponsor) Technologies of Power Series | PLACE | Land & Geographies of Power

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: PLACE | Land & Geographies of Power This year, as the US surpasses half a million deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic and domestic fascists attempt a coup, the country will also mark the 20th anniversary of the US-led Global War on Terror. How did global […]

(Co-Sponsor) The Ascent of the Middlemen: How middlemen came to be the largest and most powerful companies in the world, why it matters, and what can be done

Kathryn Judge

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: The Ascent of the Middlemen: How middlemen came to be the largest and most powerful companies in the world, why it matters, and what can be done Amazon and Walmart are the two biggest revenue generators and two biggest employers in the United States. Their […]

The State of the World Economy in the Age of COVID and Beyond

Adam Tooze, Raghuram Rajan

The  Committee on Global Thought presents a Global Think-In: The State of the World Economy in the Age of COVID and Beyond A Conversation Between Raghuram Rajan and Adam Tooze Details and registration information coming soon.  

Technologies of Power Series | ENCLOSURE | States of Surveillance

Darren Byler, Charlton McIlwain, Helga Tawil-Souri

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: ENCLOSURE | States of Surveillance This year, as the US surpasses half a million deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic and domestic fascists attempt a coup, the country will also mark the 20th anniversary of the US-led Global War on Terror. How did global and national […]

The Future of Liberal Democracy in the Era of Surveillance Capitalism and Digital Authoritarianism

Anu Bradford

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: The Future of Liberal Democracy in the Era of Surveillance Capitalism and Digital Authoritarianism This lecture will examine the ideological origins, societal implications, as well as the relative global influence of three contrasting regulatory approaches towards the digital economy: the US’s techno-libertarianism, China’s digital authoritarianism, […]

Technologies of Power Series | OPACITY | The Arts of War

Simone Browne, Ronak K. Kapadia, Nada Shabout

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: OPACITY | The Arts of War This year, as the US surpasses half a million deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic and domestic fascists attempt a coup, the country will also mark the 20th anniversary of the US-led Global War on Terror. How did global and […]

International Dispute Resolution: Transnational Litigation and International Arbitration

George Bermann

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: International Dispute Resolution: Transnational Litigation and International Arbitration With the steady increase in international transactions and relationships comes an increase in international disputes. The principal means of resolving such disputes are litigation in national courts and international arbitration before a privately selected arbitrator or panel […]

The Politics of Museums

Vishakha N. Desai

The Committee on Global Thought Presents: The Politics of Museums Part of Politics of Visual Arts in a Changing World, a project of the Committee on Global Thought Details and registration information coming soon.

Technologies of Power Series | TRACE

Zainab Bahrani , Rosie Bsheer, Priya Satia

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: TRACE This year, as the US surpasses half a million deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic and domestic fascists attempt a coup, the country will also mark the 20th anniversary of the US-led Global War on Terror. How did global and national politics coalesce into this […]

WTO 2.0: The Return (to Prominence) Through the JSI: The road to renewed policy relevance for the multilateral trading regime passes through a re-orientation of its legislative activity, and the manner in which it will engage with free-trade area

Petros C. Mavroidis, Brad McDonald, Michele Ruta

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: WTO 2.0: The Return (to Prominence) Through the JSI: The road to renewed policy relevance for the multilateral trading regime passes through a re-orientation of its legislative activity, and the manner in which it will engage with free-trade area The WTO (World Trade Organization) has […]

Technologies of Power Series | MEMORY | Praxis & Resistance

Majd al-Shihabi, Emran Feroz, Sarah Hamid

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: MEMORY | Praxis & Resistance This year, as the US surpasses half a million deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic and domestic fascists attempt a coup, the country will also mark the 20th anniversary of the US-led Global War on Terror. How did global and national […]

Labor Rights in the Fissured, Gig, and Algorithmic Economy: Exploring the regulation of work and the protection of workers’ rights in the changing global economy

Kate Andrias , Ruth Dukes, Guy Mundlak, Brishen Rogers

The Committee on Global Thought is a proud co-sponsor of: Labor Rights in the Fissured, Gig, and Algorithmic Economy: Exploring the regulation of work and the protection of workers’ rights in the changing global economy Around the globe, the workplace is increasingly fissured and work has become ever more precarious as companies rely on subcontracting, […]