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Kellogg Institute (Notre Dame) Visiting Fellowships, 2015-16

About Our Visiting Fellowships

Since 1983, the Kellogg Institute for International Studies has offered visiting fellowships to promote interdisciplinary international research in a supportive community of scholars.

This widely respected residential program offers you time to pursue scholarly inquiry where it takes you, advance your personal research, and collaborate with other scholars and practitioners from across the US and around the globe.

State Department Internship Program Information Session, Sept. 29

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 5:30 PM

The Institute of Politics will host

STATE DEPARMENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM INFO SESSION

Ida Noyes Hall, East Lounge | 1212 E 59th St, 60637 | Info/RSVP Here

UChicago Persian Circle Schedule (2014-2015)

Persian Circle is a weekly event where we host local and visiting scholars, artists, students, professionals, and researchers to come and share their interests with us. Presentations can include dissertation chapters, articles-in-progress, art projects, music demos, travels abroad, etc. The default language of the group is Persian, but we sometimes have events in English.

 

 

Prof. Paolo Capuzzo (U. Bologna) lecture, Sept. 30, 2014

"Learning from the Past? Markets and Consumption in the three 20th European Postwar Periods"

PROF. PAOLO CAPUZZO, UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30: 4:30-6:00.

SOCIAL SCIENCES 224, RECEPTION TO FOLLOW

Sponsored by MAPSS and the Department of History

Record (news website) looking for contributers

Record, a news website that holds companies and governments accountable, is currently looking for freelancers and reporters. Their freelancers can write about any topic they want, such as their field of study or any other subjects that interest them, while our reporters are trained in the practice of accountability journalism. This produces an interesting mix of content, with articles that appeal to all readerships, and others that uphold one of the most important mandates of the press.

7th Biennial AWSS Conference March 4-5, 2015, Lexington, KY

7th Biennial AWSS Conference:  Women, Gender, and Transnationalism: Theory and Practice

March 4-5th, 2015

Lexington, Kentucky

 

Call for Papers: TAG 2014, December 15-17, 2014, Manchester, UK

***CALL FOR PAPERS***

TAG 2014, 15th-17th December, Manchester, UK

We invite contributions for the following session confirmed for the Theoretical Archaeology Group conference 2014.  We are seeking 20-minute presentations with no restriction on period or region.  Please send abstracts of no more than 300 words along with your name, affiliation and contact details totoby.martin@arch.ox.ac.uk  andkaf42@cam.ac.uk

Deadline for abstracts: Friday, October 17, 2014.

SESSION:

Study Georgian this fall!

Elementary Georgian (GEOR 221/321) will be offered once again this year. This is a three-quarter course that covers basic Georgian grammar and includes writing, reading, listening, and speaking. Did you know that the University of Chicago is the only university in the U.S. to regularly offer Georgian? Take advantage of this rare opportunity to study a unique language!

Georgian is a super fun language to learn and tantalizing for linguists:

Study Yiddish this fall!

Study YIDDISH this autumn! 

 

* A global language. * A key to Jewish culture from Moscow to Berlin to New York to Buenos Aires. * Saul Bellow’s mother tongue.* The language of expressionist film, avant-garde theater and feminist poetry. * Of rebbes, Isaac Bashevis Singer and Cynthia Ozick. * Of kitchens, hallways and ballrooms. * Of communists, anarchists, and Zionists. * Of pietists and atheists. * Of religion, literature, and history. *

 

Autumn Quarter, Elementary YIDDISH, M/W/F 10:30-11:20

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