• Kuksundo
    November 25 10:00am
    A traditional Korean meditative art form for the mind, body, and soul. Participants will practice cultivating self-awareness through stretching, breathing, and meditation. more »
  • Social Construction of Disabilities in Russian Residential Care Institutions
    November 27 12:15pm
    Professor Klepikova will address the situation of mentally disabled people, especially those with congenital intellectual and development disabilities, who live in long-term residential institutions in present-day Russia. It will feature a presentation of prolonged ethnographic research that she conducted in two institutions of this kind located in more »
  • The Swedish-Speaking Finns in Finland
    November 27 5:30pm
    This year Finland celebrates its centennial year. Finland is a bilingual country by constitution, and has a long shared history with neighboring Sweden. Kimmo Rautanen, himself bilingual with Swedish as his first language, will talk about Swedish-speaking Finns: A short introduction to the people who speak Finlandīs second official language - and t more »
  • Polish Studies Center Andrzejki - St. Andrew's Eve
    November 28 6:00pm
    The Polish Studies Center is hosting its annual Andrzejki celebration! Join us to celebrate St. Andrew's Eve the traditional Polish way, with games, wax pouring, and a chance to "divine" your future! Food and refreshments will be provided at this family-friendly event. more »
  • SGIS Dean's drop-in for students
    November 29 3:00pm
    Come to discuss whatever is on your mind with Dean Lee Feinstein more »
Wednesday, November 22, 2017