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Paul Lisicky and Garth Greenwell - "The Narrow Door" and "What Belongs to You"

Paul Lisicky and Garth Greenwell discuss The Narrow Door: A Memoir of Friendship and What Belongs to You: A Novel 

CfP: Multilevel Governance and the Governance of Migration and Asylum in the EU

Fortress Europe or E Pluribus Unum? : Multilevel Governance and the Governance of Migration and Asylum in the EU

 

Supported by a generous grant from the European Union Studies Association (EUSA), the University of Illinois and Rutgers University are organizing an academic symposium entitled Fortress Europe or E Pluribus Unum? : Multilevel governance and the governance of migration and asylum in the EU. 

 

Polish courses at the UChicago Summer Language Institute

This course prepares Slavicists, historicans, and scholars of Slavic culture to read and do research using academic texts and archival material in Polish. Students will work intensively with primary and secondary texts in their area of academic interest. Prerequisite: one year of Polish or knowledge of another Slavic language.

 

Pozen Center for Human Rights Awards and Opportunities for Graduate Students

GRADUATE Students Only 

 

Pozen Research Grants for PhD Students
Applications due by 8am CST on Monday, April 11, 2016
The Pozen Center will award grants of up to $5,000 to PhD students in the Humanities and Social Sciences to support both pre-dissertation and dissertation research projects. More details here >>

Lecture: "Politics and social conflict among Armenians in the mid-nineteenth-century Ottoman East"

“We don’t want the bishop! We want Justice!”: Politics and social conflict among Armenians in the mid-nineteenth-century Ottoman East

Yasar Cora

Ph.D. Candidate in Islamic Hist & Civilization

 

Wednesday, February 10

3:30-4:30 p.m.

Pick Lounge

Stay for great food, drinks, and company immediately following the Colloquium at the Departmental Social Hour, also in Pick Lounge!

 

 

Central Eurasian Studies Summer Institute at University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia (CREECA) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the member programs of the CESSI Consortium are pleased to announce the sixth annual Central Eurasian Studies Summer Institute, CESSI, to be held at UW-Madison from June 13-August 5, 2016.

Summer Study in St. Petersburg

There are only 4 spots available in each of two different summer programs tracks that will be taught in St Petersburg, Russia this summer through Duke University. The  first is Global Russia with lectures by the former US ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock.  The second track concentrates on Neuroscience and Multilingualism taught by Duke Distinguished Professor Edna Andrews.  All classes are taught in English.

 

Each of these tracks will earn 2 course credits. 

 

Balkan Folklore Lecture, Workshop, Performance, and Exhibit

Sunday, Feb 28, 12-2pm

International House Assembly Hall

1414 E 59th St, Chicago, IL 60637 

 

Balkan Folklore class event, free and open to the public

 

Lecture: 12-12:50pm

Ambassador Jack Matlock: "Russia under Putin And How to Work with It"

Please join the Adlai Sevenson Center for a luncheon featuring Ambassador Jack Matlock on "Russia under Putin And How to Work with It"

 

Thursday, February 11, 2016
12 noon - Lunch
12:30 - Program

 

The Union League Club of Chicago
65 West Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, Illinois 60604

 

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