Position as Director of Dartmouth Summer Program in St. Petersburg

The Russian Department at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH seeks a Program Director for its Russian study abroad program this summer in St. Petersburg. The Director will be responsible for administering the program in collaboration with Dartmouth’s onsite partner, and will teach one course on culture to the group of eight Dartmouth students. The program dates in St.

Central Europe Workshop: "Romance as a Link between Goethe and Hitchcock"

Join the Central Europe Workshop on Thursday, May 5 at 4:30pm as we welcome Ethan Blass (Germanic Studies). Ethan will present his paper titled "An Impossible Comparison: Romance as a Link between Goethe and Hitchcock."


The workshop will take place in the Foster 408. There is no paper to be read in advance, just come an enjoy the talk. 


Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum 2016-17 Application

The Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum (SURF) is now accepting applications for its 2016-17 program and would like to extend an invitation to your students to apply.

Upcoming teaching workshops with UChicago GRAD

Identity and Achievement in the Classroom

Thursday, May 5th12:30-2:00pm, Wieboldt 310 D/E

In this seminar style workshop, participants will read and discuss selections from the scholarly literature on “stereotype threat” as a point of entry into thinking more broadly and strategically about the relationship between identity and student learning in college classrooms.

The 31st Annual MEHAT Conference, May 6-7, UChicago

The 31st Annual 

Middle East History and Theory Conference

Friday, 6 May - Saturday, 7 May, 2016
Stuart Hall, The University of Chicago



Call for Teachers and Graduate Students of Russian for a Summer STARTALK program

“Bridging the Gap: STARTALK, Teachers and High Tech.”

Call for Teachers and Graduate Students of Russian for a Summer STARTALK program



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