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Hostelling International USA (HI-USA) Travel Scholarships; applications accepted on rolling basis

Hostelling International USA (HI-USA) Travel Scholarships

Deadline: Rolling; applicants who apply before June 1 receive priority for summer funding

Eligibility: No citizenship requirements; between the ages of 18-30; live in the Chicago, Dallas, Austin or Houston metropolitan area

 

 

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Register for "The World of Russian Fairy Tales" at the Newberry this summer, June 6-Aug. 8, 2015

Join Julia Denne at the Newberry Library this summer and explore the world of Russian fairy tales! Russian fairy tales are many and varied, ranging from the familiar (evil stepmothers and magic flying carpets) to the fantastic (Baba Yaga who flies in a pestle or a hump-backed horse). Russian fairy tales reveal a great deal about Russian traditions and history. Taking an analytical approach, we will examine not only the tales, but also the beliefs, worldviews, and related myths and legends in both ancient Slavic pagan and more recent Eastern Orthodox Church traditions.

“The Population of the Balkans at the Dawn of the 21st Century,” DemoBalk at Ohrid (FYR of Macedonia), Oct. 21-24, 2015

International Conference - “The population of the Balkans at the dawn of the 21st century”

Ohrid, FYR of Macedonia, 21-24 October 2015

 

 

On the initiative of the DemoBalk Association (http://www.demobalk.org/?LANG=en) an international population conference will be held in October 2015 in Ohrid (FYR of Macedonia) in cooperation with the Institute of Economics of Skopje on the theme: The Population of the Balkans at the Dawn of the 21st Century.

 

 

Central Asian Studies Society, Film Screening of "Snow Leopard," April 22, 2015

The Central Asian Studies Society Film Series Presents:

 

Snow Leopard

 

Wednesday, April 22 at 6:00pm

Harper 140

 

 

Armenian Circle, Film Screening of "Grandma's Tattoos," a Documentary on the Genocide, April 23, 2015

This week Armenian Circle will be screening Grandma’s Tattoos, a documentary on the Genocide:

 

“Filmmaker Suzanne Kardalian makes a journey into her own family’s history to investigate the terrible truth behind her grandmother’s odd tattoos and, in the process unveils the story of the Armenian women driven out of Ottoman Turkey during the Armenian Genocide. Everybody in the family seemed to know the story, but no-one ever spoke of it."

 

 

Thursday, April 23, 4:30 PM

Pick 218

Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Kaia String Quartet Concert, April 26, 2015

Fiesta! Music Artistic Director Elbio Barilari, in collaboration with Michael Holian, Music Committee Chair of the Ukrainian Institute for Modern Art, present Kaia String Quartet in a series of Sunday afternoon concerts of contemporary and classical music by Latino and Ukrainian composers at UIMA. Kaia is comprised of Victoria Moreira and Naomi Culp, violins, Sixto Franco Chordá, viola, and Hope Shepard, cello.

 

 

Program

Cecile's Dream, Barilari

Northwestern University, Prof. Peter Hayes on "Antisemitism and Homophobia in Nazi Germany: Different but Related Hatreds," May 12, 2015

HOLOCAUST EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION THEODORE ZEV WEISS ANNUAL LECTURE

Presented by the Holocaust Educational Foundation of Northwestern University

Antisemitism and Homophobia in Nazi Germany: Different but Related Hatreds

 

Tuesday, May 12,

2015 at 4:00 p.m.

McCormick Tribune Forum 1870 Campus Drive

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