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Post-doc research and teaching position in Global History (18th-20th c.), Freie Universität Berlin

Postdoctoral research and teaching position in Global History (18th to 20th century)

Freie Universität Berlin, History and Cultural Studies

 

 

Job Description:

Successful candidates will pursue a research project in global history (18th to 20th century); they will teach 2 courses per semester, and they will be involved in the activities of the Center.

 

Requirements:

5/9 Armenian Circle Special Event

Please join us this Wednesday 5/9 in Pick Hall 218 for an exciting and stimulating talk in English by our very own Armenian Professor!

 

"Reflections on Vartan and Vartanank" by: Dr. Hripsime Haroutunian

 

So please join us in learning about one of the most revered statesmen in Armenian history!

 

Looking forward to seeing you there! There will be food!

5/21-5/22 Conference: Philosophy of Revolution

Conference: Philosophy of Revolution

Monday, May 21 & Tuesday, May 22

 

Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society
5701 S. Woodlawn Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60637

 

5/10 Yiddish Tish

Yiddish Tish

University of Chicago, Classics Building, 1010 E. 59th Street, Room 113

12:30 p.m.

 

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

 

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)

 

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.

5/2 Armenian Circle: Roundtable on Political Developments in Armenia

Please join us this Wednesday for a roundtable discussion conducted in English about the current political developments taking place in Armenia. No prior knowledge is necessary and please feel free to bring any questions you have with you to the meeting.

 

Looking forward to seeing you there! There will be snacks!

5/3 Yiddish Tish

Yiddish Tish

University of Chicago, Classics Building, 1010 E. 59th Street, Room 113

12:30 p.m.

 

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