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CFP: Post-Dissident Studies: Between Collaboration and Dissent in Central Europe

 

Post-Dissident Studies: Between Collaboration and Dissent in Central Europe

A Graduate Student Conference, September 20th – 22nd, 2013

Sponsored by the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

 

Armenian Women and the Politics of Conversion in Early Modern Ottoman Aleppo

Armenian Women and the Politics of Conversion in Early Modern Ottoman Aleppo

 

Elyse Semerdjian

Associate Professor-Islamic World/Middle Eastern Studies, Whitman College

 

April 19, 2013 

4:30 pm

Pick 016

 

Reception to follow

Summer Schools on Southeast Europe

Between the European and Eurasian Unions: determinants, aspects and consequences of Ukraine's Post-Soviet transformation

 

The National University of Kyiv - Mohyla Academy will organize a Summer School for international students in Ukraine entitled "Between the European and Eurasian Unions: determinants, aspects and consequences of Ukraine's Post-Soviet transformation".

 

Screening: "The Age of Czeslaw Milosz"

The Vilnius and Warsaw Committees of CSCI, in partnership with the Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture, present a screening of the film The Age of Czeslaw Milosz.

 

This documentary commemorates the 100th birthday of Czeslaw Milosz, the Nobel Prize-winning Polish-Lithuanian poet whose life spanned a century. Famous cultural figures, friends and family retrace the life and work of this extraordinary thinker, joined by Milosz’s own words and a wealth of archival material.

 

Screening: "The Legend of Suram Fortress"

 

Georgian Movie Night on Monday, 4/22/13 at 5:15 p.m. in Cobb 201 B&C 
The Legend of Suram Fortress (Parajanov, 1984, ~90 minutes)

In Georgian with English subtitles

 

From IMDb: "A film version of a well-known Georgian folk-tale. A young boy has to be immured into the walls of a fortress in order to stop it from crumbling to pieces." 

 

Contact Tami Wysocki-Niimi (tmwysock@uchicago.edu) if you have any questions or concerns.

CFP: Food for Thought, Culture and Cuisine in Russia and Eastern Europe 1800-the present

Call for Papers

 

Food for Thought

Culture and Cuisine in Russia and Eastern Europe  1800-the present  

 

Symposium at the University of Texas – February 7-8,  2014

 

Russian proficiency testing certification workshop

The Duke Slavic and Eurasian Language Resource Center and CSEEES will sponsor a Russian proficiency testing certification workshop from July 22-26, 2013).  At this workshop, Russian language instructors will be trained and certified as Russian language proficiency testers by a TRKI [тестирование русского как иностранного] examiner.  TRKI is the Russian Federation language proficiency testing system for five areas of linguistic competence (aural comprehension, reading, writing, speaking, and grammar/lexicon) developed and administered by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science.

CFP: CESS 2013 Conference

Central Eurasian Studies Society 

2013 Conference—New paper proposal deadline: April 15

Date: October 3-6, 2013

Where: University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, U.S.A.

 

 

Natalie Belsky: "Have we been sent here to die? Evacuee Provisioning and the Emergence of New Entitlement Categories in the Soviet Home Front"

 

You are invited to join the Modern Europe Workshop next Wednesday (4/17) to discuss Natalie Belsky's dissertation chapter: "Have we been sent here to die? Evacuee Provisioning and the Emergence of New Entitlement Categories in the Soviet Home Front." The paper will be available on Chalk tomorrow. 

 

The workshop will meet in the John Hope Franklin Room (SSRB 224) with snacks at 4:45 and discussion beginning at 5. Any questions should be addressed to Jake Smith @uchicago.edu>

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