Autumn Quarter Schedule

Wednesday, October 28 5:00-6:30

Social Sciences Building Room 224 (John Hope Franklin Room)

Roundtable on the European Refugee Crisis

Thursday, November 5 4:30-6:00

Location TBA

Discussion Session on Research and Archive Challenges

This session will focus on the technical, linguistic, and other practical issues of research in an on Central Europe. We hope to take full advantage of our multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary workshop to share resources and ideas and to discuss possible to solutions to individual difficulties. The format of this meeting will be an open discussion beginning with several broad questions. Feel free to submit ideas or questions in advance if there are particular issues you would like to address in this session.

Thursday, November 19 4:00-5:30

Expressionist Impulses: German and Central European Art, 1890-1990

To See in Black and White: German and Central European Photography, 1920s-1950s

Location: Smart Museum of Art

In this meeting, we will visit and discuss two new exhibits at the Smart Museum of Art which focus on Central Europe. Workshop participants are encouraged to share information about artists and works in the exhibit with particular relevance to their areas of interest. Our museum visit will be followed by refreshments and discussion.

Thursday, December 3 4:30-6:00

Cheryl Stephenson

Location TBA

Body and Figure in Jiří Trnka’s Old Czech Legends (Staré pověsti české)

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