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Dancing (trans)national memories symposium

Dear colleagues,
You are warmly invited to attend 'Dancing (trans)national memories', the first event of a 2-part symposia series, which forms a part of 
the Dancing with Memory project led by Dr. Clare Parfitt-Brown (University of Chichester). The event, which is to include presentations and workshops, will bring 
theorists together in exploration of the relationship between national and transnational cultural memories and popular dance.
The symposium will take place on Saturday 20th June at Senate House, University of London. Admission is free, although space will be limited 

CfP Chicago Polish Catholic Immigrants Conference Nov 13-14th 2015 Loyola University Chicago


The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage




The Interdisciplinary Polish Studies Program


Chicago Catholic Immigrants Conference: The Poles

November 13-14, 2015

Loyola University Chicago