University and Student Events

"The Rebelled Body Plays": A discussion with Catalina Florina Florescu at 57th Street Books

Catalina Florina Florescu discusses "The Rebelled Body Plays." She will be joined in conversation by Mihaela Campion. A Q&A and signing will follow the discussion.

At 57th Street Books

About the book: "The Rebelled Body Plays" is a collection of three plays: “Mia”; “Suicidal Dog and Laika”; and “Three as in Tri-Angle, or the Aftertastes of Life.” The same plays appeared in the author's native language, Romanian, last year.

TAMEW: Tommaso Visone on "The Euro-Fascist Discourse: A (Contradictory) Transnational Approach to European Unity"

Please join the Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop next coming Wednesday, November 20 at 4:30 PM as we welcome Tommaso Visone, Adjunct Professor, Sapienza University of Rome. Professor Visone will be presenting his paper, ”The Euro-Fascist Discourse: A (Contradictory) Transnational Approach to European Unity” Tara Zahra, Homer J. Livingston Professor of East European History and the College, will be providing comment.

 

As usual, we will meet from 4:30-6:00 PM in the JHF Room (SSRB 224) of the Social Sciences Building. A small reception will follow.

Literature & Philosophy Workshop: "Russian Thinkers Redux: Rethinking the Political and Familial in Ivan Turgenev's Shakespearean Works"

Russian Thinkers Redux: Rethinking the Political and Familial in Ivan Turgenev’s Shakespearean Works

Christy Monet

Ph.D. Candidate, Political Science and Slavic Languages and Literature

 

Thursday, Nov. 7, at 5:00 p.m.

Foster 305

A light reception will follow.

Armenian Circle: Healthcare in Armenia

The Armenian Circle will be meeting this Thursday at 6 pm in Pick 506 where Emily will be giving a short talk on Healthcare in Armenia. There will be food at the meeting.

Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop: "The Rise and Fall of the Behemoth: Franz Neumann's Visions of Weimar Constitutionalism and De-Nazification"

Please join the Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop Wednesday, November 6 at 4:30 PM as we welcome Tom Snyder, PhD candidate in the Department of History. Tom will be presenting his paper, "The Rise and Fall of the Behemoth: Franz Neumann’s Visions of Weimar Constitutionalism and De-Nazification." Sarath Pillai, PhD candidate in History, will be providing comment.

 

As usual, we will meet from 4:30-6:00 PM in the JHF Room (SSRB 224) of the Social Sciences Building. A small reception will follow.

 

Armenian Circle: Halloween traditions in modern-day Armenia

We will be having our next meeting this Thursday, 10/31 (Halloween!) at 6 pm in Pick 506! We will be celebrating Halloween by discussing how Halloween traditions have reached modern-day Armenia, with accounts from current students as well as videos of Halloween celebrations in Armenia.

Persian Circle Talk: "Impacting Human Rights in Iran from Abroad"

Please join us this Thursday at Persian Circle where Ava Sharifi will give a talk in Persian entitled:

فعالیتهای برون مرزی برای بهبود وضعیت حقوق بشر در ایران

“Impacting human rights in Iran from abroad”

Thursday October 31st, from 5:00-6:30pm

Pick Hall 218

(5828 S. University Ave, Chicago, IL 60637)

Armenian Circle: Armenian Khachkars and their Unique Stories

The Armenian Circle's next meeting will be tomorrow (Thursday, 10/24) at 6 pm in Pick 506. Professor Haroutunian will be presenting her talk entitled, "Armenian Khachkars and their Unique Stories." 

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