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DECEMBER 28, 2013

Saturday
  • Winter break; university offices closed
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AFTER DECEMBER 28

      • Thu 01/30/14
        1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
      • Public History Practicum Meeting with NPS Guest
      • Mary Graydon Room 245
      • The Public History program's practicum class will meet with a guest from the National Park Service.

        Type: Meeting
        Host: History

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      • Thu 02/13/14
        6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
      • Film Screening: "Mr. West" at the Russian Embassy CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER
      • Off Campus Location
      • ***We will reschedule this event as quickly as possible***

        An American's Comic Encounter with Bolshevik Russia

        Released in 1924, Lev Kuleshov's film is notable as the first silent comedy to explicitly challenge American stereotypes about Soviet Russia. Mr. West and his cowboy friend Jeddie find themselves embroiled with anti-revolutionary gangsters as they arrive in Moscow to spread the YMCA ...more

        Type: Film/Movie
        Host: Initiative for Russian Culture

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      • Wed 02/19/14
        4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
      • HIST-206 U.S. Since 1865 Review Session
      • Ward Circle Classroom 114
      • Review session for HIST-206 with Mary Ellen Curtin.

        Type: Meeting
        Host: History

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      • Wed 03/19/14
        4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
      • Brandenberg Lecture and Phi Alpha Theta Induction
      • Battelle-Tompkins Atrium
      • The History Department's annual Brandenburg Lecture and Phi Alpha Theta induction.

        Type: Lecture/Speaker
        Host: History

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      • Thu 03/20/14
        6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
      • Film Screening: "Mister West" at the Ronald Reagan Building
      • Off Campus Location
      • An American's Comic Encounter with Bolshevik Russia

        Released in 1924, Lev Kuleshov's film is notable as the first silent comedy to explicitly challenge American stereotypes about Soviet Russia. Mr. West and his cowboy friend Jeddie find themselves embroiled with anti-revolutionary gangsters as they arrive in Moscow to spread the YMCA message.

        Come enjoy delicious Russian food and great cinema. ...more

        Type: Film/Movie
        Host: Initiative for Russian Culture

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