As members of Ukraine's parliament attempt to establish a new government in advance of national elections scheduled for May 25, Indiana University faculty members comment on aspects of the struggle that has caught the world's attention in recent weeks.
Fast-changing events in Ukraine have held the world's attention, with street protests resulting in dozens of deaths and eventually prompting the removal and flight of President Viktor Yanukovych. Indiana University experts from a variety of disciplines share their perspectives on the events.
Bulgaa Altangerel, Mongolia's ambassador to the United States, will visit Indiana University Bloomington on Monday, Feb. 24, and present a free, public lecture.
Commemoration of the 1848 Revolution in Hungary
05:30 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Indiana Memorial Union University Club Presidents Room (IMU 150; across from Whittenberger Auditorium)
The IU Hungarian Cultural Association cordially invites you and your family to the celebration organized in observance of the 1848 Hungarian Revolution.
Annually on March 15th Hungarians commemorate the Revolution, following War of Independence agains... Read More »
LAMC Spring 2014 Guest Lecture Series: Twentieth Century Piano Music
07:00 p.m. - 08:00 p.m.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
The Latin American Music Center is proud to announce a series of lecture recitals offered throughout the Spring semester by visiting Fulbright Scholar, Brazilian pianist Cristina Capparelli Gerlin. This series of lecture recitals will present and discuss key w... Read More »
Minority Languages & Cultures Projects Roundtable
02:30 p.m. - 03:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Indiana Memorial Union (Sassafrass Room)
Join us as the Minority Languages and Cultures Projects at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies highlights two of its graduate students current research.