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An exhibition of the University of Illinois' Folk Instrument Collection at the Sousa Archives.
The Fall symposium will focus on 1917 in its immediate context, and also reflect on the broadest implications of 1917 and a century of protest and revolution.
The 1917/2017 Fall Symposium
A reading and discussion in French lead by French novelist and playwright Christine Montalbetti.
This theater workshop is for students, based on the play Le bruiter.
Film screening accompanied by introduction and post-film discussion.
Screening of the film "I am Cuba."
This lecture by Michael Day, Former Chief Executive, Historical Royal Palaces will cover branding historic royal palaces as part of the 2012 London Olympics.
This translation workshop is based on Journée américaine and lead by local translator Jane Kuntz and French novelist/playwright Christine Montalbetti.
Artist’s Talk by Coco Fusco, at the Krannert Art Museum Exhibition "Propositions on Revolution (Slogans for a Future)".
This lecture by Michael Day, Former Chief Executive, Historical Royal Palaces will cover the 2016 Poppies exhibit at the Tower of London.
SPANISH STORY TIME Spanish Story Time is a community event organized by CLACS & the Urbana Free Library, since 2006, and funded the U.S. Department of Education. This program consists of bilingual storytelling, live music and art. On Saturday November 11, 2017 we will present the book “The Storyteller’s Candle/ la velita de los cuentos” by Lucia Gonzalez.
Conversations on Europe Videoconference: "European Integration through Study Abroad? 30 years of the Erasmus Program" with multiple presenters.
Lecture on religion in Ottoman Turkey.
This event will feature a screening and discussion of the 2014 film "The Return."