2018-2019

2018-2019

On the History of Kino Clubs and the Politics of Amateurism in Socialist Yugoslavia

18 February 2020, 5:00pm

The Franke Institute for the Humanities
1100 East 57th Street

‘On the history of kino clubs and the politics of amateurism in Socialist Yugoslavia’
Greg de Cuir Jr (Independent Researcher / Writer, Belgrade)

Poetry Foundation: Poetry in Russian Music

Spend a night in Russia with art songs from POETRY IN RUSSIAN MUSIC, featuring Evgenia Pirshina, Tanya Dybal, and Irina Feoktistova. Hear renditions of pieces by Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Rachmaninoff, and others who were inspired by the themes of love, passion, and death in the work of Russian poets Pushkin, Fet, Tolstoy, and Severyanin.

ARIT Summer Fellowships for Advanced Turkish Language in Istanbul

ARIT Summer Fellowships for Advanced Turkish Language in Istanbul offer intensive advanced study of Turkish at Bogazici University during the summer 2020. Participants must have two years of Turkish language study or the equivalent.  The fellowships cover round-trip airfare to Istanbul, application and tuition fees, and a maintenance stipend.The application deadline is coming up on February 1, 2020.

SRAS Program Cuba-Russia Connection: Studies in Cultural Diplomacy

The School of Russian and Asian Studies is pleased to announce the 2020 Cuba-Russia Connection: Studies in Cultural Diplomacy program. Throughout the course of this unique opportunity to visit both Cuba and Russia, we will explore economy, history, culture, political structure, and foreign policy - and meet with locals to get a better understanding of life today.

American Councils Study Abroad Programs

American Councils Study Abroad is now accepting applications for Summer 2020 study and intern abroad programs in Russia and Kazakhstan! Applications are due February 18, 2020.

 

Advanced Russian Language and Area Studies Program (RLASP)

CFP: In the Dark Spaces of Language. Negotiation of Unintelligibility in Slavic literatures, Humboldt University of Berlin

“In the Dark Spaces of Language. Negotiation of Unintelligibility in Slavic literatures”, which we organise at the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Humboldt University of Berlin on March 26-27 2020. People working outside Germany can apply for travel grants.

Call for Papers: Authenticity across Languages and Cultures – Transcultural and Philosophical Motives in Foreign Language Teaching &

Call for Papers

Edited Volume:  Authenticity across Languages and Cultures – Transcultural and Philosophical Motives in Foreign Language Teaching & Learning (working title)

Editors: Wolfgang Stadler (Innsbruck) wolfgang.stadler@uibk.ac.at / Leo Will (Gießen)Leo.Will@anglistik.uni-giessen.de / tbd

ULBANDUS XX: (Re)writing History

ULBANDUS XX

CFP: (re)writing history

ULBANDUS, the Slavic Review of Columbia University, invites short abstracts (200-300 words) for submissions (of no more than 8,000 words) to be published in our next (and twentieth!) issue, (RE)WRITING HISTORY.

Please send your abstract to ulbandus@columbia.edu by the new deadline of February 1, 2020.

Humboldt University: Negotiation of Unintelligibility in Slavic Literatures

Please find an invitation to the conference “In the Dark Spaces of Language. Negotiation of Unintelligibility in Slavic literatures”, which we organise at the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Humboldt University of Berlin on March 26-27 2020. People working outside Germany can apply for travel grants.

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