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Guest Lecturer Today at 11 am - Understanding the Politics, History and Law of South Africa

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Brighton Room 6-425
11:00 am - 12:15 pm

Suhail Vawda, A Cornell University Institute for African Development Graduate Fellow, will guest lecture today in Professor Scanlon's International Politics class,  The MCC community is welcome to join class today to hear this lecture.  

Date: Today, Thursday, March 30
Time: 11am to 12:15pm
Room Number: 6-425

Suhail Vawda

Born in Barberton, a small town in Mpumalanga, South Africa, Suhail grew up in Johannesburg. He obtained his BA in Law in 2018, LL.B. (equivalent of J.D.) in 2020, and LL.M. in Labour law with Distinction in 2021 from the University of Johannesburg. Suhail is currently a Visiting Researcher at Cornell Law School, January-June 2023 and a Graduate Fellow with Cornell’s Institute for African Development 2022-2023 while he completes his 2nd LL.M. with a focus on International and African issues. Suhail is also the author of Herodotus: The Man Who Made History by Making History, 2021. He is currently working with the Institute for African Development to release a new publication entitled, Introducing Africa to the West.

CONTACT: Christina Lee
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