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Fung Global Fellows Program addresses challenges of imagining internationalism and solidarity during the pandemic

Thursday, May 14, 2020

On Thursday, May 7, the Fung Global Fellows Program addressed the challenges of imagining internationalism and solidarity in the global context of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Over 500 participants registered to listen to the virtual conversation, “The Fate of Internationalism: Talking Solidarity in a Pandemic,” moderated by Ayça Çubukçu, a 2019-2020 Fung Global Fellow, associate professor of human rights at London School of Economics and Political Science and co-director of LSE Human Rights. 

The event featured insight from Anthony Alessanddrini, associate professor of English at Kingsborough Community College and the master of arts program in Middle Eastern studies at the Graduate Center of The City University of New York; Noura Erakat, assistant professor of Africana studies at Rutgers University; and Christina Heatherton, assistant professor of American studies at Barnard College, Columbia University. 

The Fate of Internationalism: Talking Solidarity in a Pandemic,” was cosponsored by the Fung Global Fellows Program and the department of sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. 

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