This 30-minute overview of the Fulbright program is intended for Master's students of all disciplines. Topics to be discussed will include kinds of Fulbright awards, application components, application timeline, and strategies for producing strong written statements. 20-minute presentation with 10-minute Q & A. Questions? Contact James Cotton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Featuring the profoundly imaginative and visionary artist, writer, and performer Kamee Abrahamian and renowned artists, scholars, and art critics Mashinka Firunts Hakopian and Hrag Vartanian, this special event will explore Armenofuturism—a realm in which re-imaginings and re-claimings of queer and otherwise marginalized Armenian pasts give way to futures of possibility and wonder. Moderated by musicologist Sylvia Alajaji, this conversation will provide an opportunity to gather and reflect together on the liberatory alliances and world-making possibilities inherent in the imagining of Armenian futures.
I hope you will join us next week, Monday, April 5 at 11:30AM CT for Turkish Circle. We are pleased to welcome Dr. İrvin Cemil Schick whowill present a talk titled "Ottoman Conceptions of Sexuality and Gender." Dr. Schick completed his PhD at MIT and has taught at MIT, Harvard, and Şehir Universities. He is currently working to finish his second doctorate at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales.