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Bohdan Kryvopust Piano Concert

BOHDAN KRYVOPUST
Saturday, April 1 at 7pm

 

Composer and pianist Bohdan Kryvopust is an accomplished performer and award winner in international composition competitions. In his appearance at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, he will perform his compositions as well as music of his peers.

 

CfP: Multiculturalism and Language Contact

CALL FOR PAPERS:

MULTICULTURALISM AND LANGUAGE CONTACT
An International Scholarly Conference organized by the Max van der Stoel Institute at South East European University and the Research Center for Areal Linguistics at the Macedonian Academy of Arts and Sciences

 

"Modern Uzbeks: My Experience in Tashkent and Samarkand"

Persian Circle presents:

 

ازبکان مدرن: تجربه من در سمرقند و تاشکند
Zamonaviy O'zbeklar: Tajribam Toshkent va Samarqandda
Modern Uzbeks: My Experience in Tashkent and Samarkand

by

August Samie (NELC)

 

Tuesday, May 23

4:30 pm – 6 pm

Pick Hall 218

"Relief after Hardship: The Ottoman Turkish Model for the Thousand and One Days"

Persian Circle presents:

 

 

"Relief after Hardship. The Ottoman Turkish Model for the Thousand and One Days" 

Dr. Ulrich Marzolph (Georg-August Universität Göttingen)

 

 

April 4, 4:30pm

Swift Lecture Hall, 3rd floor

 

This event is are co-sponsored by the MEHAT workshop, COSAS, the Islamic Studies workshop, and the Department of Comparative Literature.

Comments will be in both English and Persian.

"Ottomanism Is the Answer, But What Was the Question?”, Intellectual History Workshop

Intellectual History Workshop - Friday, April 21

 

"Ottomanism Is the Answer, But What Was the Question?”
Madeleine Elfenbein, PhD Candidate, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

 

4:00pm in Foster 505

Summer Seminar in Thessaloniki (Greece)

Summer Seminar in Thessaloniki
Nationalism, Religion and Violence in Europe and the Mediterranean

Liberal Arts Diversity Officers (LADO): Faculty Careers at Liberal Arts Colleges

Liberal Arts Diversity Officers (LADO): Faculty Careers at Liberal Arts Colleges
Thursday, April 6th, 8:30am – 6:00pm, UChicagoGRAD, University Bookstore Building, 3rd Floor

 

“Jews, Cholera, and the Government in Ottoman Iraq”

Jewish Studies Workshop - Monday, May 1

 

“Jews, Cholera, and the Government in Ottoman Iraq”
Annie Greene (PhD Student, NELC)

 

4:30-6 pm
Harper 148

"American Jews, Moviemaking during the Second World War"

Jewish Studies Workshop - Monday, April 3

 

“Who Ran the Show? American Jews, Moviemaking during the Second World War, and New Perspectives from the Archives”

Dr. Michael Berkowitz (Professor of Modern Jewish History, University College London)

 

4:30-6 pm

Harper 130

 

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