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January 2022

The Life and Death of a Town Called Buczacz: What do we Learn from a Local History of the Holocaust?”

January 23 @ 6:00 pm

Omer Bartov gives the annual Holocaust Memorial Day Lecture at the Duke Center for Jewish Studies.  His talk, entitled "The Life and Death of a Town Called Buczacz: What do we Learn from a Local History of the Holocaust?" explores his recent book, "Anatomy of a Genocide: The Life and Death of a Town Called Buczacz," (2018) a microhistory of ethnic coexistence and violence. The book received the National Jewish Book Award and the Yad Vashem International Book Prize for…

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JEAN-ARTHUR REGIBEAU, AMBASSADOR OF THE KINGDOM OF BELGIUM TO THE UNITED STATES “RELATIONS BETWEEN THE US AND EU: TRANSATLANTIC SECURITY RELATIONS & HOW TO DEAL WITH RUSSIA & CHINA”

This event is hosted by the Krasno Global Events Series. This event is co-organized with The NC Zeitgeist Foundation, the Diplomatic Dialogue of UNC Global & the UNC Center for European Studies. This event is on zoom and in-person at The Nelson Mandela auditorium in the Fed Ex/GEC building, 301 Pittsboro St., Chapel Hill, NC, 27516.   *Please visit the website to register for this event To get updates from the Center, sign up for our biweekly newsletter “The Eurofile.”  

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Black German Studies workshop with Nadjib Sadikou

January 31 @ 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

The first and the only Black German Studies workshop event in the spring of 2022, a presentation by Dr. Nadjib Sadikou (Research Associate, Flensburg) at 1pm-2:15pm on Monday January 31. Nadjib will speak about the topic of "Intercultural Narratives in German and African Novels" and will share a paper with us a week before the January 31 workshop. Zoom information will be updated here at a later date.   Since Nadjib will join us from Germany, the presentation and discussion…

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February 2022

What is… Dialogue Series: What is a ghetto?

February 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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GLOBAL CAREER NIGHT 2022

Hear from a virtual panel of phenomenal UNC alumni in globally focused careers! Panelists represent a variety of career options: government, private industry, NGOs, and more. They will share their professional journeys from studying (like you!) at UNC, through the career searches, networking, and life choices that led them to their current roles. In the Q&A, panelists will take your questions on everything from advice on the job hunt to sustainable career growth over the years. Wherever you are in…

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March 2022

GERMAN HISTORIANS IN NORTH AMERICA AFTER 1945: Transatlantic Careers and Scholarly Contributions

March 3 @ 4:45 pm - 7:00 pm
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EUROPE: CONSIDER IT ALL!

March 5 @ 12:00 am

Thank you so much for your interest in this conference! We hope you will decide to get involved. We are interested in hearing from students and recent graduates about under-considered topics and career paths relevant to contemporary Europe. What goes unexamined and under studied in this field? What are some professional opportunities students of contemporary Europe seldom consider? If you are a student or recent graduate, we would like to feature your perspective on these topics. Your presentation may take…

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April 2022

Jonathan Hess Diversity Prize

April 1

Today is the application deadline for the Jonathan Hess Diversity Prize Overview: $100 for the best undergraduate essay addressing an issue connected to diversity in the field of German and Slavic Studies!   Students may self-submit: for additional details, write to gslldus@unc.edu   Deadline April 1, 2022

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