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Brazil has been widely lauded as the best place in the world for refugees. Yet its celebrated policies veil how racism shapes the everyday politics of asylum. The Color of Asylum follows asylum seekers as they navigate the refugee regime—from how they arrive in Brazil, through the steps of applying for asylum and seeking assistance, to their lives after refugee status. Racialized hierarchies are produced through bureaucratic practices and encounters, as the state variably incorporates refugees into a deeply unequal racial political order.

BOREN SCHOLARSHIPS fund study abroad by U.S. undergraduate students in world regions critical to U.S. interests.

Boren Scholars study a wide range of critical languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, and Swahili. Boren Awards are available to students of all proficiency levels who are committed to enhancing their skills.


Maximum awards are determined by duration abroad:

Up to $25,000 for 25-52 weeks (preferred)

Up to $12,500 for 12-24 weeks

Up to $8,000 for 8-11 weeks (STEM majors only)

Whether you're just starting to think about study abroad at Tulane or you're planning to go abroad next semester or summer, this is the event for you! The NTC Office of Study Abroad approves over 160 international programs spanning every major and world region. Program representatives from around the world will be tabling in the LBC from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m! Study, research, or intern abroad and Go Global with Tulane!


To learn more visit https://global.tulane.edu/node/2745 

Please join us for a celebration of language and culture at Tulane Language Day (TLD)! This event will celebrate language and culture in unique and exciting ways. On November 14, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tulane University students, faculty, and staff will embrace the diverse languages offered at the School of Liberal Arts and explore their rich cultural backgrounds. Participants will engage in interactive activities, enjoy cultural performances, and sample delicious food from different cultures.

Olga Morales-Pate, an accomplished and experienced leader in environmental justice and rural community development issues, became CEO of the Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP) in October 2022. RCAP is a national non-profit network providing opportunity, assistance, and practical guidance to small communities in all fifty states, U.S. territories, and tribal lands to ensure access to safe drinking water, sanitary wastewater disposal, and economic prosperity for all rural America. 

A diverse group of scholars will present work that reflects the general themes of Professor Dangler’s research over the years, including women in medieval literatures, the connections between nonmodern literature, healing, and medicine, and more recently, the literatures of al-Andalus and the integration of Andalusi writers in the scholarly treatment of medieval Iberia’s cultural production, history, and legacy.

Celebrate the first local Cuban Timba band, Victor Campbell y La Timba Swamp.

The electronic music moniker of New Orleans based African American producer and percussionist Otura Mun, ÌFÉ is a futuristic live electronic music project blending elements of Afro-Cuban folklore and Yoruban religious music with the bass driven sounds of modern-day Jamaican Dancehall, Trap and Afro-Beat. A groundbreaking reimagination of ancient diaspora music and movement, ÌFÉ’s music explores the higher frequencies while paying keen attention to the lower ones in a way that feels equal parts riot and ritual.

Get ready to cheer on the Green Wave with your friends and colleagues from the Stone Center. We’ll have plenty of food, drinks, and good spirit to share. 

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