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6/9 New Budapest Orpheum Society

New Budapest Orpheum Society

Sunday, June 9 | 5:00 PM

Logan Center Performance Penthouse


The New Budapest Orpheum Society presents “From Shtetl to Ghetto to World Stage: Journeys through the Jewish Archive.”


See link for Facebook event page.

Job: Instructor, Russian Studies--Dalhousie University

Limited Term Appointment: Instructor, Russian Studies


The Dalhousie University Department of Russian Studies seeks applications for a one year 100% full-time limited term appointment (July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020) at the Instructor level in Russian language, literature and culture. The position is subject to budgetary approval. The Instructor will teach language courses at the first and second year levels, literature, as well as two upper level Russian culture courses. The workload is equivalent to four full-credit (eight half-credit) classes during the one-year period.

Social Science Research Council International Dissertation Research Fellowship

Social Science Research Council International Dissertation Research Fellowship
Deadline: November
Type: PhD, International Research
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements
Fields of study: Humanities and Humanistic Social Sciences


Mellon / ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship

Mellon / ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship
Deadline: October
Type: PhD, Dissertation Write-Up
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements; must be enrolled in US institution
Fields of study: Humanities and Social Sciences


5/30 Armenian Circle with Pietro Shakarian (Ohio State)

Dear Friends of the Armenian Circle,


This Thursday at 4:45 pm in Pick Hall we will have the final Armenian Circle of the quarter, with a talk by Pietro Shakarian titled "Détente in the Western Reserve: Cyrus Eaton, Anastas Mikoyan, and the Visit That Rocked Cleveland, 1959"


Here is a brief description:


CFP: Theatre’s New Publics in Central and East Europe and Russia

In Theatre and Performance in Eastern Europe: The Changing Scene (2008), Dennis Barnett and Arthur Skelton outline the ways in which the communist period was artistically and socially generative – despite heavy censorship and political constraints – as performers and audiences were able to develop a mutually understood symbolic code by which criticism of ruling authorities and statements of popular defiance could be communicated.

5/31 Ensemble Alioni Spring Concert: Our Joy and Sorrow

Life is full of joy and sorrow...and Georgian music expresses it best. Come hear an evening of unique music from a corner of the world that we love. This past spring we've had the opportunity to work with both the legendary Trio Kavkasia and the up-and-coming Gurian men's choir Adilei as they toured the US. 


Library of Congress - John W. Kluge Center Postdoctoral Fellowships

Library of Congress - John W. Kluge Center Postdoctoral Fellowships
Deadline: July 15
Type: Postdoctoral, research grant
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements
Fields of study: humanities, social sciences, professional fields such as architecture or law


Registration Now Open! UChicago Summer Institute for Educators

Thursday, June 27, 2019 to Friday, June 28, 2019

Inspiring Connections: Igniting Critical Thinking and Communication through Global News

June 27–28, 2019

University of Chicago campus

9:00am–4:00pm both days

FBI Contract Linguist Recruitment

To be considered for an invitation-only recruitment event focused on the Contract Linguist opportunity, apply to job ID 26208 CHICAGO CONTRACT LINGUIST INTEREST POOL on FBIJOBS.GOV


Contract Linguists provide valuable knowledge of foreign languages and cultures to support FBI investigations into counterintelligence threats, cases of corruption, espionage, cyber crime, human trafficking and other offenses.



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