CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowships

Council of Library and Information Resouces Fellowship - Information Session

Tuesday, Oct. 13, 4-6pm

Classics 110


Critical Language Scholarship application available, deadline Nov. 23

The U.S. Department of State 2016 Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program application is now open for fourteen critical foreign languages.


Fall Travel Fund from UChicago Graduate Council

Due to high demand for Fall travel funding, the Graduate Council has decided to open a special Fall Quarter travel fund application for THIS FALL ONLY. It will accept applications (both Basic and Advanced) for travel anytime during Fall Quarter. These applications are due November 6th, 2015, and no further exceptions will be made. 


Partnership for Public Service (PPS)

U of C graduate students interested in US federal government employment are invited: Partnership for Public Service (PPS) will be at Harris School

Human Trafficking, Labor Migration, and Migration Control in Comparative Historical Perspective

Please join the Pozen Family Center for Human Rights for the upcoming conference:

Human Trafficking, Labor Migration, and Migration Control in Comparative Historical Perspective


When: Friday, October 16 and Saturday, October 17


Chicago International Children's Film Festival

Thursday, October 29 - Sunday, November 1

See website and program for admission and location details.


Saturday, Oct. 24:

Halloween: Tricks and Treats - 9:30am

Featuring: "Snap" (Croatia)

Halloween: Transformers - 11am

Featuring: "Coyote and the Rock" (Hungary)

Edgy Animation - 9pm

Featuring: "Why Banana Snarls" (Russia)

"Granny" (Georgia)


Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2015

14th annual conference of the Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association

"Crossing boundaries: taking a cognitive scientific perspective on Slavic languages and linguistics"

Universities of Sheffield and Oxford, UK

9 - 13 December 2015


Keynote speakers:

Andrej Kibrik, Moscow
Mark Turner, Case Western
Stephen Pulman, Oxford


The Literary Public Sphere: Conversations at the Co-op

This fall, the Seminary Co-op Bookstore will debut “The Literary Public Sphere: Conversations at the Co-op,” a series of monthly conversations about compelling contemporary issues that are informed by scholarship that bears on those issues.

Movie Screening: The Tribe, Miroslav Slaboshpitsky (2014)

The Tribe

Miroslav Slaboshpitsky (2014)

Saturday, October 10

doc films at UChicago


Assistant Professor - Political Science/International Relations, St. Martin's University

The Department of History and Political Science at Saint Martin’s University invites applications for a full-time, tenure track position as Assistant Professor of Political Science beginning August 2016. Area of specialization: International Relations; geographical specialization is open, but Asia preferred. Additional subfields such as foreign policy, comparative politics, environmental politics, gender and politics, and human rights would be desirable.


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