Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago seeking qualified Russian and Polish teachers

Lane Tech College Preparatory High School in Chicago, IL is hoping to pilot courses in beginning Russian and Polish, starting this spring.


Lane Tech serves 7th through 12th grade students and is ranked the eigth best high school in Illinois by U.S. News & World Report.


Applicants must have a teaching license in Illinois through ISBE.


For more information, or to express interest in the positions, please contact and send resumes to:


Mollie Hart

Assistant Principal

Lane Tech College Prep High School

Workshop: Never Say Die: Euphemism & the Language of Death, Nov. 11, 2014, 5:00 p.m.

Never Say Die: Euphemism & the Language of Death

A Living Mortal Project Collaborative Workshop
Tuesday, November 11
5:00 p.m. -- 6:30 p.m., Reception to follow
Stuart Hall, Room 102

Details and RSVP at http://neubauercollegium.uchicago.edu/events/uc/never_say_die/



CFP: Collaborative Heritage Management in the Republic of Armenia, submission deadline Dec. 19, 2014

Call For Proposals

Collaborative Heritage Management in the Republic of Armenia


Date Due: December 19, 2014


Contact Information: info “at” arisc. org


Project Description:

Symposium on Protest and Counterculture in Contemporary Russia, UIC, Oct. 29-30, 2014

You are cordially invited to attend UIC's upcoming Symposium on Protest and Counterculture in Contemporary Russia on Oct. 29-30. For more details (including the complete program), please visit:




All events, including the performance by Kirill Medvedev and film screening, are free and open to the public.


ARIT Information Session, Oct. 23, 2014, 3:30 p.m.

Last year’s scholarship recipient Amir Toft will inform interested students about the ARIT (American Research Institute in Turkey) application process.




Thursday, October 23, 3:30pm, CMES lounge

CFP: 'Forum for Modern Language Studies' accepting articles on Russian literature, linguistics and culture

As Russian subject editor for the journal 'Forum for Modern Language Studies', I would like to remind you all that the journal is very happy to accept articles of up to 10,000 words in length on any aspect of Russian literature, linguistics and culture, including articles dealing with visual art, film and the performing arts, or on comparative literary topics. We are keen to encourage submissions from graduate students and early-career researchers. Further details can be found at:




CMES Lecture: "The Content of Form: Islamic Calligraphy between Text and Representation," Oct. 24. 2014

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies

Farouk Mustafa Friday Lecture Series






"The Content of Form: Islamic Calligraphy between Text and Representation."



İrvin Cemil Schick

Independent Researcher



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