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Upcoming Events - Spring 2019

weekly calendar academic opportunities

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  • Fulbright-Hays DDRA Information Session - The hour-long session will be presented by Duke Gatsos, UGS Awards and Fellowships Coordinator, along with GradGrants Center staff. GGC consultants will stick around for breakout individual consultation with hopeful applicants until 2:00 p.m.
    *Contact gradgrnt@indiana.edu to arrange remote viewing if you are unable to attend in person

    February 14, 12:00pm University Graduate School Conference Room (Wells Library 5th Floor)

  • “Przekładańce”: Translation workshops with Łukasz Siciński (Slavic Department) - Open to the public
    February 14, 1:00pm Global and International Studies Building (Rm. 4021)

  • “Making Sense of Change: Poland 1918-2018,”, a roundtable discussion reflecting on 100 years of Poland's statehood introduced by Lee Feinstein (Dean, Hamilton-Lugar School of Global and International Studies and Former U.S. Ambassador to Poland) and with the participation of George Gasyna (U of Illinois Urbana Champaign), Benjamin Paloff (U of Michigan), Bożena Shallcross (U of Chicago), Tamara Trojanowska (U of Toronto), Karen Underhill (U of Illinois Chicago), and IU faculty members including Jack Bielasiak (Political Science), Jeffrey Isaac (Political Science), Bill Johnston (Comparative Literature), Padraic Kenney (History and International Studies), Joanna Niżynska (Slavic), Justyna Zając (International Studies), and Dean Feinstein.
    February 22, 9:30am Faculty Room, University Club, IMU

  • Russian National Orchestra - tickets from $35
    February 22, 8:00pm Center for the Performing Arts - 1 Center Green, Carmel, IN, 46032

  • “Przekładańce”: Translation workshops with Łukasz Siciński (Slavic Department) - Open to the public
    March 1, 1:00pm Global and International Studies Building (Rm. 2055)

  • “Przekładańce”: Translation workshops with Łukasz Siciński (Slavic Department) - Open to the public
    March 21, 1:00pm Global and International Studies Building (Rm. 4021)

  • “Gdańsk Railway Station” (Dworzec Gdański, dir. Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz, 2007), a documentary on the anti-semitic campaign of 1968. Introduced by Joanna Niżyńska (Slavic)
    March 25, 8:00pm Fine Arts Building (Rm. 015)

  • Graduate students in conversation with Dariusz Stola – Organized by graduate students from the Slavic Department
    March 28, 6:00pm Global and International Studies Building (Rm. 3134)

  • “Anti-Genderism,” a roundtable with participation of Eva Fodor (CEU), Agnieszka Graff (University of Warsaw), Bryan Pitts (CLACS) and Maria Bucur (History)
    April 2, 2:30pm Location TBA

  • “The Future of Jewish Studies” Borns Jewish Studies Conference
    April 4-5

  • “Przekładańce”: Translation workshops with Łukasz Siciński (Slavic Department) - Open to the public
    April 5, 1:00pm Global and International Studies Building (Rm. 2055)

  • “Claiming the Shipyard, the Cowboy Hat and the Anchor for Women. Polish Feminism’s Dialogue and Struggle with National Symbolism” talk by Agnieszka Graff
    April 16, 6:00pm Global and International Studies Building

Ongoing Events (SPRING 2019)

  • Thomas A. Sebeok and the Scientific Self - Explore the prolific career of Thomas Sebeok, IU professor emeritus and pioneer in semiotics, linguistics, and animal communication through correspondence, visual materials, and more.
    Every day December 7 - March 29, 8.00am-5.00pm at Wells Library (E460)

  • Rosinka Program in Russian Language and Culture
    Fridays 5.00-6.00pm at Cedar Hall - Union Street Center Rm. 101
  • Language Tables
    • Turkish (Beginner/Intermediate)
      Tuesdays, 5.30pm at GISB 3016

    • Turkish (Advanced/ 4th Year)
      Tuesdays, 5.30pm at GISB 4024

    • Romanian
      Thursdays, 6.30pm at Runcible Spoon (412 E 6th St)

    • Kazakh
      Fridays, 12.00pm at GISB 3023

    • Modern Greek
      Fridays, 2.30pm at IMU Starbucks

    • Russian
      Fridays, 4.00pm at IMU Starbucks

    • Hungarian
      Fridays, 5.00pm at Runcible Spoon (412 E 6th St)

    • Ukrainian
      Fridays, 6.00pm at Runcible Spoon (412 E 6th St)

    • Czech
      Fridays, 6.00pm at Runcible Spoon (412 E 6th St)


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