22nd Annual Chicago European Union Film Festival, March 8-April 4

From March 8 through April 4, the Gene Siskel Film Center brings the creative diversity and excitement of Europe to Chicago, with the 22nd Annual Chicago European Union Film Festival. This largest festival in North America exclusively showcasing films originating in the European Union brings the vibrant cultures of Europe to the comfort of your theater seat, with 60 Chicago premieres representing all 28 EU nations.


CFA: CISSR Dissertation Support Grant

The CISSR Dissertation Support Grant provides funding and office space for doctoral students who have completed most of their fieldwork and are at the write-up stage of their dissertation.


University of Chicago doctoral students in the Division of the Social Sciences who have defended their dissertation proposal and collected most of their data/empirical evidence may apply.


CISSR seeks to support doctoral research on international, transnational, and global questions.


3/6 Armenian Circle

Dear Friends of the Armenian Circle,


Please join us this week as we welcome the Chicago Honorary Consul to Armenia, Oscar Tatosian, as he comes to speak with the Armenian Students' Association at 4:30 pm this Wednesday in Pick 218.


Food will be provided. I hope to see you there!

2/28 Polish Film Series: Demon

Please join us for a screening of Demon (Marcin Wrona, 2015)


A Polish-Israeli co-production, Marcin Wrona's third film is an atmospheric off-horror and a low-key comedy of manners, in which the haunted mansion story line allows different narratives surrounding memory, responsibility and Polish-Jewish relations to converse.


3/8 Irena Klepfisz Reading

Irena Klepfisz

Friday, March 8

Reading: 1:30PM / 140HM

Poetry Workshop: 4:30PM / 148HM


Summer Workshop in Language Pedagogy, Technologies, Research and Proficiency Testing



Slavic and Eurasian Language Resource Center
Summer Workshop in Language Pedagogy, Technologies, Research and Proficiency Testing
at Duke University, July 22-24, 2019


Job: Lecturer in Russian, The Ohio State University

The Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures at The Ohio State University welcomes applications for one or more renewable positions as Lecturer in Russian language and culture to begin August 2019.



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