• Study Abroad Scholarships Info Session
    February 21 12:00pm
    Hear about how to apply to the Freeman-ASIA Award and Gilman Scholarship for studying abroad and internships abroad from a past recipient. We will discuss tips and tricks for how to apply and essay writing, as well as how to leverage your study abroad experience and awards in your resume. Come for free pizza an more »
  • Old Occitan Reading Group
    February 21 1:30pm
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  • Brett Bowles Talk: WWI - 100 Years "The End and the Aftermath" series
    February 21 4:00pm
     "A transnational overview of Poster Aesthetics and Discourses in France, the US, Germany, Austria, and Great Britain" The Indiana University WWI lecture series is delighted to announce a presentation by Brett Bowles, Director of the Institute for European Studies (HLS) and Professor in the Department of French and Italian (Co more »
  • Being Poland: A New History of Polish Literature and Culture Since 1918
    February 21 4:00pm
    Join us at CAHI as we celebrate the publication of Being Poland: A New History of Polish Literature and Culture Since 1918, coedited by Tamara Trojanowska (Univ. of Toronto), Przemysław Czapliński (Adam Mickiewicz Univ., Poznań, Poland) and IU’s Joanna Niżyńska. Several of the book more »
  • IU CINEMA: Za’am V’Tehilah (Rage and Glory)
    February 21 7:00pm
    Director Avi Nesher is scheduled to be present/35th Anniversary Screening.   Restored in 2018 by the Jerusalem Cinematheque and the Israel Film Archive, Rage and Glory is considered by critics the best Israeli film ever made. The film tells the story of an avowed anarchist, Eddy the Butcher, and a hitman who is sent to Jer more »
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