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  1. Week of February 1, 2015

    1. Thursday, February 5, 2015

      1. 4:00 pmPeter Holquist
        Crimes against Humanity: Genealogy of a Concept, 1815-1945
  2. Week of February 15, 2015

    1. Tuesday, February 17, 2015

      1. 12:00 pmValleri Robinson
        From Ekaterinburg With Love: Humiliation and Degradation On the Kolyada Stage
        Lucy Ellis Lounge, Foreign Language Building
  3. Week of March 8, 2015

    1. Tuesday, March 10, 2015

      1. 8:30 amMohammad Babadoost,Professor of Crop Sciences, Illinois
        Noontime Scholars Lecture
        Room 101 International Studies Building
    2. Saturday, March 14, 2015

      1. 8:30 amIllinois Olympiada
        University of Chicago
  4. Week of April 1, 2015

    1. Thursday, April 2, 2015

      1. 4:00 pmDavid Satter, Former Moscow Correspondent
        Putin's Russia: the Road to Dictatorship and War
        1090 Lincoln Hall
  5. Week of April 5, 2015

    1. Tuesday, April 7, 2015

      1. 12:00 pmVeneta Ivanova, PhD candidate in History, Illinois
        Noontime Scholars Lecture
    2. Friday, April 10, 2015

      1. 8:30 amDouglas Hofstadter, Distinguished Professor of Cognitive Science, Indiana University
        CAS/MillerComm Lecture and Keynote for the Third Annual International Translation Conference
        TBD
  6. Week of April 19, 2015

    1. Tuesday, April 21, 2015

      1. 12:00 pmHans Hoch, Professor Emeritus in Linguistics, Illinois
        Noontime Scholars Lecture
        101 International Studies Buillding
  7. Week of June 14, 2015

    1. Friday, June 19, 2015

      1. All Day2015 Ralph and Ruth Fisher Forum: Violence in Twenthieth-Century Russia and Eurasia: Experience, Affect, Memory, and Legacies
    2. Saturday, June 20, 2015

      1. All Day2015 Ralph and Ruth Fisher Forum: Violence in Twenthieth-Century Russia and Eurasia: Experience, Affect, Memory, and Legacies

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