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5/15 "Imagining Families, Future and Past, in a Kazakhstani Children's Institution" with Meghanne Barker

Anticipating Home: Imagining Families, Future and Past, in a Kazakhstani Children's Institution

 

Meghanne Barker

Linguistic Anthropologist and Harper-Schmidt Fellow, University of Chicago

 

 

Tuesday, May 15

Reception at 4:30 pm | Talk at 5:00 pm

Rosenwald 329

 

CfP: CBEES Annual Conference 2018

Call for Papers - CBEES Annual Conference 2018

 

Contested Europes: Legacies, Legitimacies, and (Dis)Integration - Baltic-, Eastern- and Central European perspectives

 

29-30 November, 2018

 

Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden

 

5/9 Creating a Personal Website and Online Presence (Digital Literacy for Humanists Workshop 1 of 3)

Creating a Personal Website and Online Presence (Digital Literacy for Humanists Workshop 1 of 3)

Wednesday, May 9, 12:30-1:45 p.m., UChicagoGRAD HQ (3rd Floor, UChicago Bookstore)

 

5/9 Getting a TT Job at a Public University: A Breakfast Conversation with Paul Keen (Ph.D. Classics ‘12)

Getting a TT Job at a Public University: A Breakfast Conversation with Paul Keen (Ph.D. Classics ‘12)

Wednesday, May 9, 8:30-9:30 a.m., GRAD HQ (3rd Floor, UChicago Bookstore)

 

Slavin Family Foundation Fellowships for Entrepreneurial Projects

Slavin Family Foundation Fellowships for Entrepreneurial Projects
Deadline: June 15
Type: Professional; MA, PhD, or Postdoctoral
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements
Fields of study: Varied disciplines

 

Antipode Foundation - Scholar-Activist Project Grant

Antipode Foundation - Scholar-Activist Project Grant
Deadline: May 31
Type: Research Grant; MA or PhD
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements
Fields of study: social sciences and related fields

 

Institute of Current World Affairs Fellowship Program

Institute of Current World Affairs Fellowship Program
Deadline: June 15
Type: Professional; MA or PhD
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements

Fields of study: Varied disciplines

 

5/6 Poland Constitutional Crisis POLISH LANGUAGE talk

Since 2015, a constitutional crises has been unfolding in Poland. After gaining a parliamentary majority in the 2015 elections, the ruling Law and Justice party, PiS, began implementing its far-reaching program of judicial reform. What started as a reshuffle and reorganization of the Constitutional Tribunal is now threatening judicial independence and the basic principles upholding rule of law in Poland.

6/2 Pozen Center: "What's Next in Human Rights?"

What's Next in Human Rights?

Pozen Center for Human Rights

 

Saturday, June 2, 3:00-4:30 PM
Location: Saieh Hall Room 103

 

Join Human Rights alumni in a discussion on the next frontiers of human rights activism, including the environment, gender justice, Islamophobia, mass incarceration, and more. This event is part of our Alumni Weekend programming.

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