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conference: TESTING BORDERS, CROSSING BORDERS: SOVIET, POST-SOVIET AND BEYOND

TESTING BORDERS, CROSSING BORDERS:

SOVIET, POST-SOVIET AND BEYOND

 

October 25, 2022

 

Rabin building, room 3001

Mount Scopus Campus, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (also via Zoom)

 https://huji.zoom.us/j/86343568113?pwd=RStBaG40UE1pUkFnb09PYWdyNGxjUT09

 

11.30 am – 1.00 pm

Panel 1. Evolving Immigrant Identities: Languages and Cultural Production.

Russian Language Winter School, 4 weeks, from Dec 05, 2022 to Dec 30, 2022, Yerevan, Armenia

Russian Language Winter School

https://aspirantum.com/courses/russian-language-winter-school 

ASPIRANTUM - School of languages and cultures invites international participants to participate in the Russian language winter school organized from December 5 to December 30, 2022, in Yerevan, Armenia.

The testimonials of ASPIRANTUM Russian language summer and winter school alumni are available here: https://aspirantum.com/testimonials

Workshop Friday Sept 30: Nikolayenko on Gender and State Repression in Belarus

The Gender and Transformation in Central-Eastern Europe and Eurasia Workshop returns with in-person (and Zoom) meetings this fall.
 
Our first meeting is next week, September 30, when we welcome:
 
Olena Nikolayenko, Professor, Political Science, Fordham University
 
Gender and State Repression in Belarus

CFA: USHMM Faculty Seminar: Pedagogical Approaches to Material Culture and the Holocaust (Deadline Oct 15, 2022)

The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum announces the call for applications for the 2023 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar from January 3 to 6, 2023, on the topic of “Pedagogical Approaches to Material Culture and the Holocaust.” This Seminar explores the debates surrounding the collection, conservation, preservation, and display of Holocaust material objects. Such artifacts have afterlives that raise a range of ethical, moral, and practical questions.

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