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MEHAT Workshop Winter 2020 Call for Papers

The Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Workshop is still accepting submissions for the Winter 2020 Quarter. We aim to provide a forum for graduate students to present new work, receive feedback, and generate discussion across disciplines.

CMES Career Talk with Benjamin Beames and Mia McCully

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES) presents Careers in Think Tanks: A CMES Career Talk with Benjamin Beames (Council on Foreign Relations, CMES ’19) and Mia McCully (Council on Foreign Relations), a graduate student professional development event moderated by UChicagoGRAD career adviser Kathrin Kranz. The conversation will focus on best practices for pursuing jobs in this industry and professional opportunities at the Council on Foreign Relations in particular. The discussion will take place on Friday, January 10th, at 4:30pm in Pick Hall 218.

"The Rebelled Body Plays": A discussion with Catalina Florina Florescu at 57th Street Books

Catalina Florina Florescu discusses "The Rebelled Body Plays." She will be joined in conversation by Mihaela Campion. A Q&A and signing will follow the discussion.

At 57th Street Books

 

About the book: "The Rebelled Body Plays" is a collection of three plays: “Mia”; “Suicidal Dog and Laika”; and “Three as in Tri-Angle, or the Aftertastes of Life.” The same plays appeared in the author's native language, Romanian, last year.

TAMEW: Tommaso Visone on "The Euro-Fascist Discourse: A (Contradictory) Transnational Approach to European Unity"

Please join the Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop next coming Wednesday, November 20 at 4:30 PM as we welcome Tommaso Visone, Adjunct Professor, Sapienza University of Rome. Professor Visone will be presenting his paper, ”The Euro-Fascist Discourse: A (Contradictory) Transnational Approach to European Unity” Tara Zahra, Homer J. Livingston Professor of East European History and the College, will be providing comment.

 

As usual, we will meet from 4:30-6:00 PM in the JHF Room (SSRB 224) of the Social Sciences Building. A small reception will follow.

Literature & Philosophy Workshop: "Russian Thinkers Redux: Rethinking the Political and Familial in Ivan Turgenev's Shakespearean Works"

Russian Thinkers Redux: Rethinking the Political and Familial in Ivan Turgenev’s Shakespearean Works

Christy Monet

Ph.D. Candidate, Political Science and Slavic Languages and Literature

 

Thursday, Nov. 7, at 5:00 p.m.

Foster 305

A light reception will follow.

Armenian Circle: Healthcare in Armenia

The Armenian Circle will be meeting this Thursday at 6 pm in Pick 506 where Emily will be giving a short talk on Healthcare in Armenia. There will be food at the meeting.

Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop: "The Rise and Fall of the Behemoth: Franz Neumann's Visions of Weimar Constitutionalism and De-Nazification"

Please join the Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop Wednesday, November 6 at 4:30 PM as we welcome Tom Snyder, PhD candidate in the Department of History. Tom will be presenting his paper, "The Rise and Fall of the Behemoth: Franz Neumann’s Visions of Weimar Constitutionalism and De-Nazification." Sarath Pillai, PhD candidate in History, will be providing comment.

 

As usual, we will meet from 4:30-6:00 PM in the JHF Room (SSRB 224) of the Social Sciences Building. A small reception will follow.

 

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