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Oklahoma State University
School of Global Studies and Partnerships

A global studies school for a land-grant university.

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Call for Phi Beta Delta Nominations

Nominations for the Epsilon Upsilon chapter of Phi Beta Delta Honor Society at Oklahoma State University are open until Oct. 12. To learn more about the application and membership process, click here

Phi Beta Delta strives to promote international achievement and  understanding, scholarly exchange and interdisciplinary international programming.

Questions? Contact the Epsilon Upsilon Chapter Coordinator, Dr. Jeff Simpson.  PBD Logo

Fulbright Grant Information

Graduating seniors and graduate students can apply for a Fulbright grant to study, research or teach English classes abroad for a year!

Grant benefits include round-trip transportation to more than 140 host countries as well as health benefits.  

Application Timeline

Application opens: April 2
Campus deadline: Mid-September
Online Application Deadline: Oct. 9

For more information, contact:

Dr. Dale Lightfoot
(405) 744-6250
d.lightfoot@okstate.edu 

 

SGSP News  

The visual art of refugees: Expressions of flight and exile

Dr. Pedram Khosronejad, Associate Director of the Iranian and Persian Gulf Studies Program at Oklahoma State University, and Dr. Sholeh Shahrokhi of Butler University, organized a panel for this year’s European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA). The panel was titled Anthropology of the Middle East and Central Eurasia Network. 

This panel explored anthropological works that introduce and reflect on the rich repertoire of refugees visual productions and art expressions. Panel participants addressed how anthropology of visual art intersects with the scholarship of refugees, exile, and border crossing. The panel was held on Aug. 16.

This year marked the 15th EASA Biennial Conference. The four-day conference was held Aug. 14-17 at Stockholm University. The conference’s theme is Staying – Moving – Settling.

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