• IU CINEMA: Toni Erdmann
    March 30 7:00pm
    Winfried doesn’t see much of his working daughter Ines. The suddenly student-less music teacher decides to surprise her with a visit after the death of his old dog. It’s an awkward move because serious career woman Ines is working on an important project as a corporate strategist in Bucharest. more »
  • Trans-Atlantic Trade and the Trump Administration
    April 04 2:00pm
    The lecture will present an overview of US-Europe trade relations under the Trump administration, which has increasingly called into question the principles and practices that have traditionally informed trans-Atlantic commerce. By surveying what the Trump administration has already done, we can offer some predictions about future policies more »
  • The Rise of the Populist Right in Europe
    April 05 1:00pm
    Topics Include: Brexit ,upcoming elections in France, Germany, & the Netherlands, Russian inuence on right-wing populism, the impact of Muslim refugees. Speakers include: Peter Kreko- Hungarian Fulbright Visiting Professor, CEUS Director, Politcal Captial Institute Timothy Hellwig- Professor, Department of Politcal Science El more »
  • Dutch Guestspeaker: Alissa Crawford
    April 05 5:30pm
    Alissa Crawford - Historian and Miller Alisa Crawford has been working in the history field since the age of 15, and in mills since the age of 17. She holds a BA in History, and a Masters Degree in Museum Studies.  Although raised in Michigan, she lived and worked as a historian in a number of states including Virginia, Massachusetts, K more »
  • Art & Refugees Symposium
    April 06 8:30am
    Join us for a day of performances, academic discussion panels, and a powerful photography exhibit, as we investigate the complex intersection of art and refugees.  Symposium participants will explore the refugee situation alongside an array of artistic expressions, as well as the artists, sociopolitical contexts, analytic frameworks, and gl more »
March 26 - April 1, 2017