The Macalester International Roundtable is held every October on campus. A community-wide intellectual forum, the Roundtable explores crucial global issues with prominent international scholars who are also commissioned to write major papers that are presented at Macalester and published in the Macalester International Journal.
Previous Roundtables have featured:
- 1994 The International Community and the Emerging World (Dis) Order
- 1995 Literature, the Creative Imagination, and Globalization
- 1996 The Divided Self: Ethnicity, Identity, and Globalization
- 1997 Nature, People, and Globalization
- 1998 Globalization and Economic Space
- 1999 Contending Gods: Religion and the Global Moment
- 2000 International Feminisms: Divergent Perspectives
- 2001 The Body: Meditations on Global Health
- 2002 Prometheus’s Bequest: Technology and Change
- 2003 Complex Contradictions: African, American, and Middle Eastern Perspectives
- 2004 America and Global Power: Empire or . . . ?
- 2005 Quixotic Offspring: The Global Legacy of Don Quixote
- 2006 The United Nations Organization (UNO): What Future?
- 2007 The Musical Imagination in the Epoch of Globalization
- 2008 Whither Development? The Struggle for Livelihood in the Time of Globalization
- 2009 Global Environment: The Eleventh Hour?
- 2010 My Sister's and Brother's Keeper?: Human Rights In The Era Of Globalization
- 2011 Children of the World: The Dialectic of Promise and Vulnerability
- 2012 Feeding the World: Globalization, Food, and Agriculture in the 21st Century.