Unique in the US, this new undergraduate concentration in Central European Studies will make Carolina a leader in the growing field of Central European Studies. We will begin offering this new concentration in the Fall semester, 2013.
A weekly casual meeting in room 413 of Dey Hall. All those wishing to practice speaking Russian are welcome! Попойка is held every Tuesday from 3:30 until 4:30pm. Refreshments are provided. Come join us!
"Du hast Sorgen, sei es diese, sei es jene - ins Kaffeehaus!" -Peter Altenberg (um 1910)
The German program's weekly Kaffeestunde resumes this semester beginning on Thursday, August 29 at 1:30 in the Fourth Floor Reading Room in Dey Hall. Come share your Sorgen with us over Kaffee and, if you're lucky, some Kuchen.
The tenth-annual "Works in Progress" Forum will meet this semester at Duke University's John Hope Franklin Center. On September 18, Duke professor for medieval literature Ann Marie Rasmussen kicks off the year with a lecture on "Corporate Identities: Medieval Badges and Masculinity."
GSLL's Slavic film series continues on Thursday, October 3, with «Палата №6» (Ward №6, ) by director Karen Shakhnazarov. Loosely based on Anton Chekhov's novella of the same name, the film is set in contemporary Russia, on the premises of the Nikolo-Poshekhonsky monastery (now an asylum) near Moscow. The screening starts at 7pm in Gardner 105.