CEERES Events

SEVDAH: from ancient epics to the modern song

Lecture on Music and Popular Culture:
Building on Imamovic’s brilliant book Sevdah (2016), this lecture will provide an overview of this thriving genre from its origins in the South Slavic epic traditions to the contemporary, modern music. Often compared to fado, rebetiko, and the blues, sevdah was formed out of meetings of different worlds of music and languages from Balkan, Ottoman, and Eastern European cultures. This event is a rare chance for American audiences to hear about sevdah music from one its most prominent contemporary performers.

 

Medieval Slavic Workshop 2017

Twentieth Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop*

University of Chicago, April 21, 2017

Foster Hall, Room 103, 9:00 am – 3:15 pm

 

 

Program:

Welcome Address

9:00–9:15 Chair Valentina Pichugin (University of Chicago): “Twenty Years of Annual Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop"

 

9:15-9:45 Yaroslav Gorbachov (University of Chicago): “Velesъ and the “Primary” (“Fundamental”) Myth”

 

Martin Vopenka - "The Fifth Dimension" - Esther Peters

The CEERES of Voices presents Martin Vopenka in The Fifth Dimension.

He will be joined in conversation by Esther Peters.

 

Monday, April 10, 2017 - 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Seminary Co-op Bookstore

5751 S. Woodlawn Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637

RSVP HERE (Please note that your RSVP is requested, but not required)

 

Boris Fishman - "Don't Let My Baby Do Rodeo" - S.L. Wisenberg

Boris Fishman disusses his novel, "Don't Let My Baby Do Rodeo" He will be joined in conversation by S.L. Wisenberg.

Presented in partnership with CEERES

At KAM Isaiah Israel / 5039 South Greenwood Ave.

Saturday, March 25 at 7 PM - 9 PM

 

About the book: Maya Shulman and Alex Rubin met in 1992, when she was a Ukrainian exchange student with “a devil in [her] head” about becoming a chef instead of a medical worker, and he the coddled son of Russian immigrants wanting to toe the water of a less predictable life.

 

Alash Ensemble concert

The Central Asian Studies Society Presents: 

 

Balkan Rhythms and Dance 2017

Balkan Rhythm and Dance

lecture, workshop, performance, and exhibit

 

Sunday February 26, 2017

International House Assembly Hall

12-2pm

 

 

Film Screening: Whose is This Song?

Mon, Feb 6, 2017

6:30pm
Franke Institute for the Humanities

1100 E 57th St, inside Regenstein Library

 

Join us for a screening of Adela Peeva's 2003 documentary Whose Is This Song?

 

Sex, AIDS, and the Dystopic Impulse

Sex, AIDS, and the Dystopic Impulse: The Affective Landscapes of Post-Socialism and Pedagogies of Self-Transformation

 

A lecture by Kateřina Kolářová, Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies at the Department of Gender Studies, Charles University, Prague

 

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