University and Student Events

4/25 Yiddish Borderlands Seminar: Screening of "The Great Wall"

THE GREAT WALL

Film screening and discussion with Director Tadhg O'Sullivan

Wieboldt 408 / Wednesday April 25 6-8pm

 

5/14 Fulbright U.S. Student Program Information Session

Fulbright U.S. Student Program Information Session

 

May 15th at 4pm in the UChicagoGRAD HQ

 

Click here for more information on the Fulbright U.S. Student Program

4/26 Workshop on Translating Humanities Skills and Expertise for Employers (UChicagoGRAD)

Workshop on Translating Humanities Skills and Expertise for Employers
Thursday, April 26, 4:30-6:00 p.m., GRAD HQ (3rd Floor, UChicago Bookstore)

 

4/25 Resumes for Government, Industry, & Nonprofits (UChicagoGRAD)

Resumes for Government, Industry, & Nonprofits
Wednesday April 25, 3-4pm, UChicagoGRAD HQ Suite 340 – 3rd Floor of the UChicago Bookstore Building

 

5/3 Expose Yourself! at the Art Institute of Chicago (UChicagoGRAD)

FEATURED EVENT: Expose Yourself! at the Art Institute of Chicago

 

Thursday, May 3, 6-9pm, The Art Institute of Chicago (159 E. Monroe St., Modern Wing Entrance) Please meet in the Modern Wing lobby no later than 5:45PM - Tours will begin promptly at 6:00PM. UCID required.

 

4/25 IOP Event: "Under Attack: The Russian Government’s Plot to Undermine Democracy"

Under Attack: The Russian Government’s Plot to Undermine Democracy

Wednesday, April 25

5:30-6:45PM

International House, Assembly Hall, 1414 E. 59th St.

 

 

This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP at securing-democracy.eventbrite.com

 

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

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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