Browse Center for Global Studies by Title

  • Knapp, Jeffrey A. (2008-08)
    This paper explores the relationship between the notion of "discipline" and current/emerging information technologies. While not inherently hindrances to knowledge, disciplines need to be recognized for what they are: a ...

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  • Lobell, David B. (2009-03)
    This presentation will discuss what we currently know about how crops respond to warming, where the biggest impacts over the next few decades might be, and what we can do to adapt.

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  • Allen, Jonathan (Program for Arms Control, Disarmament, and International Security (ACDIS) : University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005)

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  • Anderson, Barbara Shaw; Norbu, Thupten (2016-12-01)
    Presentation slides from the December 1st, 2016 Area Studies & Outreach Conference in Washington, D.C.. This presentation from Panel 4: Engagements with Community Colleges and Minority-Serving Institutions discusses UNC ...

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  • Czapar, George F. (2009-03)
    The 2007 Census of Agriculture provided a current description of the American farmer and helped identify emerging trends. Although agricultural production has become more concentrated, farm numbers have increased and farms ...

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  • Easter, Robert A. (2009-03)
    Almost 200 years ago Malthus argued that population growth would inevitably exceed the capacity of agriculture to provide food. In the intervening years the world has periodically approached the brink of inadequate food ...

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