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Recent articles:

Family History Inspires International Experience

Serving the Greater Good

An American in Sweden — Dr. Steven Burg receives Fulbright grant

Student earns State Department scholarship to study in South Korea

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Contact Information

CUB 221-B 
Phone: 717-477-1907
Email: ism@ship.edu  

Dr. Jonathan Skaff 
Director of International Studies
MW 1:15-3:30 (CUB 221-B)
TTh 1-1:45 (DHC 215)
and by appointment

Cathy Mills
Secretary
Dean's Office (DHC 225)
M-F 8-4:30
717-477-1151  x3210
cjmills@ship.edu 

Carolyn Seibert-Drager
Student Assistant
CUB 221-C 
MW 9-2, F 9-12



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14th annual International Studies Film Series

"Raw Opium" with talk by writer/director Peter Findlay

Thursday, March 6, 2014, at 6:30 p.m.

Dauphin Humanities Center 051

"Raw Opium" is a 2011 feature-length documentary (and two-part TV series) about a commodity that has tremendous power – both to ease pain and to destroy lives. The opium poppy is the raw material for heroin, fueling a vast criminal trade larger than the economies of many countries.

"Raw Opium" is a journey around the world and through time, where conflicting forces do battle over the narcotic sap of the opium poppy – from an opium master in southeast Asia to a U.N. drug enforcement officer on the border of Afghanistan hunting down the smugglers of central Asia; from a former Indian government drug czar and opium farmer to a crusading Vancouver doctor and Portuguese street worker who daily confront the realities of drug addiction. The flower has played, and continues to play, a pivotal role – not just in the lives of people who grow, manufacture and use it – but also in the increasingly tense sphere of international relations. In the process, our assumptions about addiction and the War on Drugs are challenged.


Foreign Film Club schedule

Spring 2014 Foreign Film Club Schedule