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4/10 The Greenberg Center 2018 Undergraduate Colloquium

The first undergraduate colloquium in Jewish Studies will be next Tuesday, April 10, at 6:00pm! The event will be held in Room 319 at 1155 E. 60th Street.



Three amazing students will be presenting their theses on a number of topics—Yiddish poetry, contemporary anti-Semitism in Europe, and Haggadot in the American context—that fall within a broad definition of Jewish Studies.



4/18 Alash Ensemble at Old Town School

Alash Ensemble

World Music Wednesday

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 


8:30 PM

4545 N Lincoln Ave · The Myron R. Szold Music & Dance Hall · 773.728.6000



4/27 Conference: Media and Power in Contemporary Russia and Beyond

Friday, April 27, 2018


Friday April 27, 2018

Conference: "Media and Power in Contemporary Russia and Beyond"



Classics Room 110

1010 E. 59th Street


Online Summer Intensive Russian at UA

Two completely Online Russian intensive language courses will be offered this summer through the University of Arizona. Each course is worth 4.0 credits, and can be taken as an equivalent to 2 entire semesters of Russian.


Non-UA students will need to enroll as non-degree seeking students (please visit this link for information on how to enroll: http://admissions.arizona.edu/how-to-apply/non-degree-seeking)


20th Annual Michicagoan Conference

Friday, May 4, 2018 to Saturday, May 5, 2018


20th Annual Michicagoan Conference:


May 4–5, 2018 | Classics Building Room 110 (1010 E 59th St), University of Chicago


With a keynote address by

Hirokazu Miyazaki

4/19 Film Screening: Wood Floaters

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Thursday, April 19 7pm
Join CEERES for a Film screening and discussion with director Kirill Makarenkov
Cobb 307
5811 South Ellis Avenue

Fieldwork Opportunities in Russia, Romania, Belarus and Moldova: Folklore, Ethnomusicology, Sociology, Cultural Anthropology

Fieldwork Opportunities in Russia, Romania, Belarus and Moldova

Folklore - Ethnomusicology - Sociology - Cultural Anthropology


Space is available on research teams headed to Eastern Europe for fieldwork in folklore, ethnomusicology, sociology and cultural anthropology. Led by respected Russian and American scholars, these expeditions provide an up-close introduction to village and rural life, as well as instruction and practice in fieldwork techniques.



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