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9/7 - Summer Souvenirs at the Ukrainian National Museum

Opening Friday, September 7 at 7:00pm, the Ukrainian National Museum in Chicago will be presenting their exhibit: Summer Souvenirs, 
by artists Anna Vykhtiuk and Khrystyna Kozyuk. The Exhibit will feature beautiful acrylics with whimsical, flowered and animal themes by Anna Vykhtiuk and large oils with bright floral designs by Khrystyna Kozuk.

6/25-6/26 2018 Summer Institute for Educators

Monday, June 25, 2018 to Tuesday, June 26, 2018

 

2018 Summer Institute for Educators - Think Like a Journalist: Connecting the World to Your Classroom with Global News

 

June 25–26, 2018 | 9:00 AM–4:00 PM
University of Chicago
Saieh Hall Room 146
1160 E. 58th Street

 

6/1 Claire Roosien on New Mass Media and Public Discourse in Soviet Uzbekistan @ REECA

Please join us this Friday, June 1, at Interdisciplinary Approaches to Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia (REECA) for:

 

 

“Not Just Tea-Drinking”: Early Soviet Public Sphere Institutions in Uzbekistan

 

Description/abstract:

 

Why Novels are not written in Prose: A Bakhtinian Enquiry

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

CHARLESLOCK: Why Novels
are not written in Prose: a
Bakhtinian Enquiry
Tuesday, May 29th | 6:00 pm
SIFK (5737 S. University Room 104)
This talk attempts to identify the linguistic characteristics and implications of what
Bakhtin termed the dialogical and the polyphonic. This involves an understanding
of what happens when people start reading in silence, the novel being the one
literary genre, so Bakhtin insists, that has no 'oral prehistory' and that is subject to
the 'mute perception' of readers. Beyond the social, gendered, cultural,

Modern Language Association Professional Development Grants for Part-Time Faculty Members

Modern Language Association Professional Development Grants for Part-Time Faculty Members
Deadline: Rolling deadline
Type: Professional; PhD or Postdoctoral
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements
Fields of Study: Humanities, Foreign languages, English

 

Job opportunity for Russian speaker at National Coalition Supporting Eurasian Jewry

The National Coalition Supporting Eurasian Jewry is hiring a Russian-speaking college graduate for a full time, entry-level position in Washington, DC. The Program Associate position is an excellent opportunity for a recent college grad in Russian studies/international affairs with superior language ability who is looking to break into a career in foreign affairs and public diplomacy. Knowledge of Jewish community relations a plus but not a requirement.

Online Russian Language Camp for Teens

The 3rd Annual Online Russian Language Camp

Know a teenager interested in learning Russian, but without local opportunities to do so or not enough time? Sign them up for the (now) 3rd annual Summer Online Russian Language Camp!

 

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