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Graduate Student Announcements

October 3, 2013


TOMORROW:Lecture: “Impossible Europe”, by Dr. Tiziano Bonazzi, University of Bologna-IU Emeriti House, 1015 E. Atwater Ave, Fri 10.4.13 @ 4:00pm

TOMORROW: First Friday Gallery Walk-Polish Artists Featured, 5:00pm-8:00pm

1. Lecture: “Sacred Economics and The Value of the Commons” by Charles Eisenstein, 513 N. Park Ave, Mon 10.7.13@10-11:30am

2. Lecture: “On Superfluity: Boredom and Homelessness in Post-Communist Bucharest, Romania” by Professor Bruce O’Neill, University of St. Louis, BH 004, Mon 10.7.13@12:15pm

3.Film: “Garpastum”, directed by Alexei German, Jr., focusing on pre-revolutionary St. Petersburg, IU Cinema, Tue 10.8.13@7:00pm

4. Slavic and East European Career Night: learn about planning for careers connected to Eastern and Central Europe, BH 103, Wed 10.9.13@5:30pm

5. Lecture: “Regional Language and Fascist Nationalism:The case of Filippo Fichera’s dialect publications” by Mary Migliozzi, BH 340, Fri 10.11.13@2:30pm

6. Lecture: “Springs and Their Offspring: The Int’l Consequences of Domestic Uprisings” by Dr. John Owen, University of Virginia, Wylie Hall 005, Fri 10.11.13 @ 5:30-7:00pm

7. Lecture: “Network of Echoes: Collaboration, Community, and Creativity in the Musics of Eastern Orthodox Churches”, by Dr. Matthew Arndt, et al, First Christian Church Bloomington, Sat 10.12.13 @ 7:00pm

8. Lecture: “Monstrous Birth: The Politics of Neighborliness in La pell freda”, by Dr. William Viestenz, University of Minnesota, BH 005 Fri 10.25.13 @ 4:00-5:15pm

9. Symposium: 21st International Conference of Europeanists, Fri-Sun 3.14-16.2014


1. Professors Barbara and Charles Jelavich library collection open for selection-2414 E. Maxwell Lane, Bloomington, Th 10.10.13@12:00-4:00pm

2. REEI accepting Graduate Assistant Applications for Spring 2013-Due 10.15.13

3. GPSO Fall Travel Awards: Applications due 10.20.13

4. The Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program interested in potential candidates: Applications due 11.1.13

5. Smithsonian Institution One-Year Research Fellowships available! Applications due 11.15.13

6. Global Positions available in specialized capacities and numerous regions! Applications due date depending position applied!

Job Listings:

1. Study Abroad Provider Programs Coordinator, CISabroad – Massachusetts, Applications Accepted Now!

2.Future Faculty Teaching Fellowships: Available to doctoral or MFA students-Applications due Fri 10.11.13

3. Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs for Internationalization and Global Engagement, Emerson College – Boston, Massachusetts, Applications due 10.15.13

4.Foreign Policy Assoc.-Global Job Opportunities! Numerous position types, locations

Call for Papers:

1. Pan-European Conference on the European Union June 5-7, 2014, Submissions accepted now until 12.13.13

2. Charles University in Prague Symposium- “Jews and Gentiles in East-Central Europe in the Twentieth Century”-Submissions due 10.13.13

3. Jewish Studies Graduate Student Association-“Genesis to Yesterday: Memory, Representation, and Jewish Identity”, Proposals for 2014 Graduate Conference-due 11.18.13

4. “Italian Pop Music and Lyrics”, Submissions due 11.30.13

5. Journal of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization-“Karel Kosík and Dialectics of the Concrete”-Submissions due 12.31.13

6.Congrips 2014 APSP Annual Meeting: Proposals Due by 12.15.13


1. EURO Mellon Travel Grants available: Applications due now-Mon 10.14.13

2. Gates Cambridge Scholarships:MA/PhD students, Applications due 10.15.13

3.DAAD Grants: Graduate study in Germany, Applications due 10.21.13

Study Abroad:

1. Looking for a Spring Break opportunity overseas? American Home’s March 2014 Spring Break Alternative Program has opportunities just for you! Applications due 10.15.13

2. Malmberg Scholarship to Study in Sweden: Applications due 11.15.2013

3. 2014-2015 International Fellowship For U.S. Scholars and Professionals! Individual Advanced Research Opportunities Program/Irex-Applications due 11.25.13

4. 2014 Critical Language Scholarship Program-Fully funded critical language programs available for both undergraduate and graduate students! Applications due 11.15.13.

5. Spea Office of Overseas Education Study Abroad Programs, numerous countries available for study! Applications due 11.30.13

6. Interested in studying and living in Austria? The Austrian Federal Ministry of Finance and Research is interested in you! Many grants available, varying due dates

Course/Class Listings:

1. Speed Reading classes for IU Students: Oct 22-24, 2013, RSVP needed

2. The CEELBAS Language Repository-available for the teaching and study of Slavonic and East European languages, focused on the needs of postgraduate students and researchers!

3. Fall Semester 2013-Russian Language/Culture Class for Elementary School Students:

4. Polish Language Class for Elementary School Students: Polish Studies Center, 1217 E. Atwater, Sat 11:30am-2:00pm. Questions? Email Karolina Serafin @

5.October IUB Library Scholars’ Commons Series Workshops, various dates/times


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