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"Armenian Whiteness in America" - Aram Ghoogasian

Join the Armenian Circle for a special presentation:

"Armenian Whiteness in America"
By: Aram Ghoogasian

 

Wednesday (11/15) at 5:30 

in Pick Hall Room 218

 

Hope to see you there! There will be snacks!

Ezra Blaustein – "The Impact of Islamic Notions of Abrogation on Maimonides' Treatment of Temporary Commandments"

Ezra Blaustein – "The Impact of Islamic Notions of Abrogation on Maimonides' Treatment of Temporary Commandments"

Monday, November 27, 4:30 p.m.

University of Chicago, Harper Memorial Library, 1116 E. 59th Street, Room 150

 

Yiddish Tish

Yiddish speakers of all levels are invited to the weekly Yiddish Tish. As is the tradition, we’ll meet every week of the quarter to chat, schmooze, drink a little coffee, and enjoy speaking Yiddish for an hour. The Tish will take place every Monday at 12:30pm in Classics 25E. For more information, email Mendel Kranz (mkranz@uchicago.edu) or Corbin Allardice (corbina@uchicago.edu). The Yiddish Tish is also committed to having a fully accessible workshop.

Publishing Your First Peer-Reviewed Article (PATHS Publishing Course #3)

Publishing Your First Peer-Reviewed Article (PATHS Publishing Course #3)

Thursday, November 9, 12:30-1:30 p.m., GRAD HQ (3rd Floor, UChicago Bookstore)

 

Mitchem Dissertation Fellowship at Marquette University 2018

Mitchem Dissertation Fellowship at Marquette University
Deadline: January 8
Type: Dissertation write-up, PhD
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements, ABD by deadline

ASEEES Conference Events 2017

During ASEEES please join us at 6pm on Friday, 10 November for a reception at the Smart Museum on the campus of the University of Chicago, hosted by our Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. Here you can see the exhibition Revolution Every Day, and also check out Red Press: Radical Print Culture from Petersburg to Chicago in the Regenstein Library next door.

 

KAIA String Quartet: An Evening of Traditions

KAIA String Quartet: An Evening of Traditions
Friday, November 17th, 7pm

Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art

2320 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

 

KAIA String Quartet is a Chicago-based ensemble devoted to capturing the essence of Latin American culture through the medium of the string quartet. KAIA is currently in residency with WFMT Chicago’s classical and arts radio station where they perform, curate, and expose audiences to new ways of thinking about Latin American music.

 

Vitaliy Portnikov- “Ukraine: Building a Modern State”

Vitaliy Portnikov- “Ukraine: Building a Modern State”

November 11, 2017, 6 pm

Admission $10
Language: Ukrainian

 

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