The University of New Mexico International Studies Institute presents the fall 2015 lecture series “Peace: From Conflict to Reconciliation,” Oct. 12-30. The lectures are free and open to the public.

In this series of 14 lectures, experts from within and beyond UNM will address questions on peace and reconciliation.

The series begins Monday, Oct. 12, at 1 p.m. and concludes Monday, Nov. 30 at 2:40 p.m. All Lectures will take place on the UNM Campus in Mitchell Hall, Room 220, from 1 to 2:40 p.m. with Q & A to follow each lecture.

Opening the series on Oct. 12 are Alex Lubin, chair of American Studies at UNM and Les Field, chair of Anthropology, leading a panel presentation on Israel and Palestine.

Other lectures that are part of the series include:

Friday, Oct. 16, Joseph Jupille, Political Science, University of Colorado at Boulder discussing Franco German reconciliation.

Monday, Oct. 19, Anthony Barnett, founder of OpenDemocracy and co-editor of OurKingdom, Its UK section “OpenDemocracy: a global commons.”

For a complete schedule, visit: International Studies Institute.

The International Studies Institute (ISI) is an umbrella organization for the three interdisciplinary undergraduate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of New Mexico-- International Studies, European Studies, and Asian Studies (including the Middle East).

For more Information contact the International Studies Institute.