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Interdisciplinary Archaeology Workshop, Bryce Lowry and Jeremy Beach on the "Musings on the Intangibles of Culture: Sex on the Mongolian Steppe in the Bronze and Iron Age”, Feb. 11, 2015

On Wednesday, February 11, 2015, Bryce Lowry, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Anthropology, and Jeremy Beach, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Purdue University, will be discussing the “Musings on the Intangibles of Culture: Sex on the Mongolian Steppe in the Bronze and Iron Age”.

 

 

The Interdisciplinary Archaeology Workshop meets at 4:30pm in Haskell 315.

 

Interdisciplinary Archaeology Workshop, Gokce Bike Yazicioglu on the "People of Kanesh: Residential Mobility, Community Life, and Cultural Pluralism in a Bronze Age City in Anatolia, Turkey", Jan. 15, 2015

On Thursday, January 15, 2015, Gokce Bike Yazicioglu, a Doctoral Candidate in Department of Near Eastern Language and Culture, will be discussing about the "People of Kanesh: Residential Mobility, Community Life, and Cultural Pluralism in a Bronze Age City in Anatolia, Turkey".

 

 

The Interdisciplinary Archaeology Workshop meets at 4:30pm in Haskell 315.

 

Job Posting: International Consultant, Macfadden (Washington, DC)

Macfadden is continually seeking to expand its pool of qualified consultants to support us in our international development and humanitarian assistance work primarily in developing and transitional nations.  We are currently looking for consultants in the following areas of expertise:

Hertog Foundation's "The Ethics of War" (New York City, NY), April 27-May 1, 2015; application deadline Feb. 9, 2015

War is an inescapable part of the human condition, with the course of history and the character of civilizations often shaped by the legacy of past battles and the possibility of future conflicts. Death and memory, heroism and tragedy, love of country and hatred of enemies—the human drama plays out, in sharp relief, on both ancient and modern battlefields.

 

 

Hertog Foundation's War Studies Program (Washington, DC), June 25-Aug 7, 2015; application deadline Feb. 9, 2015

The Hertog War Studies Program is an intensive two-week program run by the Institute for the Study of War in Washington DC. The program aims to educate advanced undergraduate students about the theory, practice, organization, and control of war and military forces. Over the course of two weeks, students will learn from and interact with distinguished senior leaders in the national security and military communities. Students will gain a deeper understanding of specific topics in military history and their intersection with modern warfare and policy.

Hertog Foundation's Political Studies Program (Washington, DC), June 21-Aug 1, 2015; application deadline Feb. 9, 2015

The Hertog Political Studies Program offers exceptional students a unique opportunity to undertake a broad and rigorous study of political ideas and institutions, public policy, and statesmanship. Students will read classic texts in the history of political philosophy with outstanding faculty from institutions across the country. They will explore the fundamental principles of American politics and the opinions that distinguish left and right in America. They will consider major challenges that American foreign policy confronts.

Job Posting: Eastern European Intelligence Analyst, Pinkerton (Houston, TX)

Pinkerton is a premier provider of protective and risk consulting services. With historical ties to some of the most celebrated U.S. law enforcement and intelligence services, Pinkerton is the oldest agency of its kind in the United States.

 

 

Pinkerton has an exciting opportunity for an individual, who will serve as an intelligence analyst, in the Control Center for a specific client, on all intelligence matters including travel threats and crisis management.  The person ideally will have a good working knowledge of Eastern Europe and the Balkans.

 

CESC Lecture Series 2015: Turkay Gasimova

Friday, January 9, 2015

The Central Eurasian Studies Committee Lecture Series Presents:

"Humanitarian and military missions sent by the US government to the Middle East and Caucasus during the first two years after World War I"

by Turkay Gasimova

Lecturer of Early Modern and Modern European and American History,

Baku State University,

Fulbright, California State University Fullerton

Warm up for Christmas with Bulgarian music and men's a cappella: Samodivi + The Rookery on Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014

Golosa members in The Rookery men's choir + Samodivi women's Bulgarian choir

 

 

Carols, stories, and songs with solo flair and a spiked-eggnog sense of humor for the holidays. The Rookery is where the beauty of choral music meets drama and fun.

 

 

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