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Job Posting: Tour Manager – Field Positions, MIR

From our roots facilitating cultural exchanges between the Soviet Union and the U.S., MIR has expanded over time to nearby regions, and today specializes in the 34 destinations at the place where Europe and Asia come together, from Tibet to Tehran and every place in between. MIR provides intrepid travelers exotic journeys and unexpected adventures in some of the planet’s most under-explored and challenging places. We offer custom and private journeys for couples, families and solo travelers, as well as scheduled small group departures and rail journeys by private train.

 

Persian Circle, Nazafarin Lotfi on "The Studio," March 4, 2015

The Persian Circle at the University of Chicago presents

انجمن سخن فارسی در دانشگاه شیکاگو تقدیم می کند

 

The Studio

کارگاه

 

Nazafarin Lotfi

نازآفرین لطفی

 

 

Doc Films, Showing of Czech film "Daisies" with introduction by Professor Steve Vogel (Denison University), March 8, 2015

Dasies, directed by Vera Chytilová (1968)

Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 7:00pm • 74m • 35mm

 

This Sunday, March 8, Doc Films presents a showing of "Daisies," following an introduction by Professor Steve Vogel, a Professor of Philosophy at Denison University; he is also the son of Amos Vogel, founder of the Lincoln Center Film Department and co-founder of the New York Film Festival.

 

 

Prosody Today: Comparative Perspectives on the Study of Verse

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Please join us March 7, for a one day conference in Rosenwald Hall 405 (1101-11 East 58th Street) at the University of Chicago. For the full schedule, click on the event link to see an image of the schedule. This event is co-sponsored by CEERES and the Departments of Comparative Literature, Romance Languages and Literatures, Slavic Languages and Literatures, and the Committee on Social Thought.

Graduate Student Affairs, "Graduate Student International Travel Orientation", March 12, 2015

Graduate Student International Travel Orientation

Thursday, March 12, Noon-1PM, Rosenwald 405

 

 

Are you traveling abroad for research, a conference, or a university-sponsored program? Come hear about University resources avaialbable to grad students, safety tips, and potential contacts abroad to make your trip as smooth, safe, and productive as possible REGISTER HERE.

 

Graduate Student Affairs, "Pop-Up Grad Writing Space: Plato’s Cave at the Library", March 2-27, 2015

Pop-Up Grad Writing Space: Plato’s Cave at the Library

Drop-in hours beginning March 2, M-F, 9am-3pm, Regenstein Library Mac Lab (2nd level)

 

 

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