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4/24 Turkish Circle Meeting

Join Turkish Circle on April 24th at 5:00pm in Pick Hall 218 for a talk by Ahmet Dursun (Director, Office of Language Assessment, UChicago Language Center) on "Intellect and Liberty in the Context of Turkey."

 

The talk with be in Turkish. 

4/22 Concert: "Music of Exile"

Music of Exile

Sunday, April 22  |  3 PM

Rockefeller Chapel

 

A choral concert featuring the world première of Kala Pierson's Mother of Exiles, written in honor of Dean Elizabeth Davenport, alongside Pierson's She Was Warned for voice and piano, Britten's Hymn to St. Cecilia, and music of Hildegard, Hindemith, Byrd, Brahms, and DeMonte. $20 at the door, free to students

Job: Education Facilitator Positions at the Oriental Institute Museum

Job Title: Education Program Facilitator

 

Reports to: Youth and Family Program Coordinator

 

Program Description (Handshake)

                                                                                                                      

General Description

CfP: Warsaw East European Conference

CFP: Warsaw East European Conference
Deadline: April 20
Conference: June 28-30 (University of Warsaw)

This year the 15th edition of WEEC will focus on the issue of independence.

 

Formal and informal independence, political, economic, energetic independence, security and sovereignty, as well as separatist aspirations – these are issues that the World will need to tackle in the near future.

 

Save the Date! 2019 Midwest Slavic Conference

The 2019 Midwest Slavic Conference will be held on April 5-7 at The Ohio State University. Look for more information about the conference and the CFP in the autumn of 2018.

4/19 Cécile Canut @ Semiotics Workshop and REECA

The Semiotics: Culture in Context workshop, in conjunction with REECA, the workshop on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia, is pleased to present:

 

“"Tell Me That I am Not a Gypsy, Damn Your Mother!": The Social and Political Consequences of Enregisterment in Bulgaria”

 

Cécile Canut
Professor, Université Paris Descartes

 

Discussant: Jay Schutte
Anthropology, University of Chicago

 

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