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Fulbright Information and Advising Sessions

Fulbright Information and Advising Sessions

 

The 2021-2022 Fulbright program is moving forward with opening their online application. We are scheduling these sessions in anticipation of the program proceeding as usual, with a mid-October deadline. There will be a few large information sessions throughout the spring quarter, in addition to small group advising sessions. Sign up in GRAD Gargoyle. Sessions will take place via Zoom.

 

TAMEW: Roy Kimmey — “Between the Letter and Spirit of the Law”

Dear Colleagues,

Please join the Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop next Wednesday, June 17 from 4:00-5:30pm CST for the last session of the year. We are excited to have Roy Kimmey, PhD Candidate, Department of History, who will be presenting his paper, “Between the Letter and Spirit of the Law: Loans, Taste, and the Making of Romani Consumer Citizens in Late State Socialist Hungary.” Michaela Appeltová, PhD ’19, Department of History, will provide comment.'

 

Assistant Director - UNC Undergraduate Russian Flagship Program

Assistant Director - UNC Undergraduate Russian Flagship Program

 

Application Deadline: 06/16/2020

 

TAMEW Presentes Abigail Bratcher & Julia Mead (5/20)

Dear Colleagues,

 

Please join the Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Wednesday, May 20 from 4:00-5:30pm for our first ever "Early Student Roundtable." We are lucky have two early PhD Students in the History Department who will provide brief presentations on their work followed by an open discussion among workshop participants.

 

Armenian Circle Meeting (5/14)

Armenian Circle's next (virtual) meeting will be this Thursday (5/14) at 5 pm CT (note the time change!) during which Armenian Circle alumnus Nshan Kesecker will be giving his talk entitled, "Working on a PhD in Armenia During the Coronavirus Quarantine." Here is the Zoom link for the meeting!

"The Story of the Vera Beaudin Saeedpour Kurdish Library & Museum Collection" with Aynur de Rouen

"The Story of the Vera Beaudin Saeedpour Kurdish Library & Museum Collection"

 

A lecture with Aynur de Rouen presented by CMES' Farouk Mustafa Memorial Friday Lecture Series and Kurdish Circle.

 

 

 

HISTORICIZING COVID-19: A ROUNDTABLE

The Department of History, Division of the Social Sciences, History Graduate Student Association, The Pozen Family Center for Human Rights, and Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop

 

present

 

HISTORICIZING COVID-19: A ROUNDTABLE

 

with

Brodwyn Fischer, Professor of Latin American History

Adam Green, Associate Professor of American History

Kenneth Pomeranz, University Professor of Modern Chinese History

Michael Rossi, Associate Professor of the History of Medicine

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