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October 15, 2013: “Freedom of Speech … Just Watch What You Say”- GSICL and our panel of intriguing guests as we explore political stabil- ity in post- revolution Tunisia. Our panel includes Professor Andrea Dennis discussing the criminal procedure and evidence issues involved with the arrest of some of these rappers, Professor Fonder (from the UGA Department of History) who will provide a historical perspective as a back drop for the current political climate in Tunisia, and Pro- fessor Becker (from the Journalism Department) who will provide an analysis on how new media is being used to expose government atrocities but also, how government can (and has) stifled freedom of speech. The event will be moderated by Professor Miller. Cultural refreshments will be provided.

November, 2013: The American Constitution Soci- ety in collaboration with GSICL will be hosting an event about Snowden and the NSA. Details about this event are still developing

November 14, at 4 p.m. in the UGA Chapel, Cal- Davis Law Professor Karima Bennoune will be joining us. She has just published a book called Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here: Untold Stories from the Fight against Muslim Fundamentalism (W.W. Norton & Co. 2013). Our advisor, Diane Amann, will be moderating this event. This event is cosponsored by The Rusk Center for Interna- tional Law & Policy, the Willson Center for the Hu- manities and the African Studies Institute. Details at: your-fatwa-does-not-apply-here-untold-stories- from-the-fight-against-muslim-fundamentalism/

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ILSA Quarterly » volume 22 » issue 1 » October 2013

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