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Telling 100 Stories: Italian History and Culture in Special Collections

Date:September 23, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:976 Memorial Library
Description:Framed by Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection of tales set during the Plague, this exhibit highlights holdings in Special Collectionsabout Italy, its history, language, and culture. Books & manuscripts on display (in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Latin) datefrom the Renaissance through the 20th century. Installed in conjunction with the triennial conference of the American Boccaccio Association (Madison, October 3-6). Local conference sponsor is the Department of French & It
URL:https://www.library.wisc.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/physical-exhibits/

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Displaced Sympathies: Finnish Out- and In-Migration, Then and Now

Date:September 23, 2019
Time:7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location:Memorial Union
Description:A Musical Lecture. A lecture and musical performance featuringJimmy Träskelin and Tallari of the Finnish Folk Music Institute, to markthe publication of the new book Songs of the Finnish Migration (by ThomasDuBois and B Marcus Cederström) and the release of the new album Lähtölaulu—Songs of Departure by Trâskelin and Tallari. Co-sponsored by theCES, the Sustaining Scandinavian Folk Arts in the Upper Midwest grant, and the Margaret B. Cargill Philanthropies in the Department of German, Nordic & Slavic.

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Telling 100 Stories: Italian History and Culture in Special Collections

Date:September 24, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:976 Memorial Library
Description:Framed by Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection of tales set during the Plague, this exhibit highlights holdings in Special Collectionsabout Italy, its history, language, and culture. Books & manuscripts on display (in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Latin) datefrom the Renaissance through the 20th century. Installed in conjunction with the triennial conference of the American Boccaccio Association (Madison, October 3-6). Local conference sponsor is the Department of French & It
URL:https://www.library.wisc.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/physical-exhibits/

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LACIS Lecture Series: “Panel on Indigenous Studies”

Date:September 24, 2019
Time:12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:Presented by Jessica Hurley, Reynaldo Morales, and Armando Muyolema and Moderated by Kata Beilin, LACIS’ Faculty Director and Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, UW-Madison. This panel will f
URL:https://lacis.wisc.edu/event/panel-on-indigenous-studies/

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Intern Abroad!

Date:September 24, 2019
Time:4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location:336 Ingraham Hall
Description:Learn about internship opportunities and relevant resources (credit, scholarships, visas) for UW-Madison undergraduates! Advisors fromthe International Internship Program (IIP) will present information and an
URL:https://internships.international.wisc.edu/

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Spanish Conversation Table

Date:September 24, 2019
Time:5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location:The Sett, 2nd floor, Union South
Description:La mesa de conversación. All levels of Spanish speakers are welcome at this informal weekly conversation table, sponsored by the Depart
URL:http://spanport.wisc.edu/department-life/conversation-tables

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Scusate se esisto! (Do You See Me?, 2014)

Date:September 24, 2019
Time:7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location:L196 Education Building
Description:Hosted by La Cineteca Italiana. With a brilliant career in London, Serena, an architect originally from Abruzzo, decides to return towork in Italy, in Rome. For a woman to get a job at the height of her qualification as a really good architect proves to be difficult, until she decides to pass herself as a man. So she decides to work in the redevelopme
URL:https://www.facebook.com/events/2248735031905554/

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Telling 100 Stories: Italian History and Culture in Special Collections

Date:September 25, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:976 Memorial Library
Description:Framed by Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection of tales set during the Plague, this exhibit highlights holdings in Special Collectionsabout Italy, its history, language, and culture. Books & manuscripts on display (in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Latin) datefrom the Renaissance through the 20th century. Installed in conjunction with the triennial conference of the American Boccaccio Association (Madison, October 3-6). Local conference sponsor is the Department of French & It
URL:https://www.library.wisc.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/physical-exhibits/

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Africa at Noon: Public Health Policy and Implementation in Africa

Date:September 25, 2019
Time:12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:Talk by Lara Vojnov, Diagnostics Advisor in the HIV and Hepatitis Department at the World Health Organization. This is the Second AnnualJan Vansina Memorial Lecture, honoring the pioneering historian of Africa who passed away two years ago. It will open the African Studies Program’s weekly seminar series, Africa at Noon, and will explore themes rela
URL:https://africa.wisc.edu/event/africa-at-noon-lara-vojnov/?instance_id=1900

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Self-Confident, Autonomous, and Liberated? Politicized Gender Relations in Nazi Entertainment Movies, 1939-1945

Date:September 25, 2019
Time:4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:Elissa Mailänder, Associate Professor at Sciences Po Paris. The Nazis were masterful consumers of modern media, despite their aversionto what they considered the perilous trappings of modernity. German filmindustry blockbusters explicitly targeted a young public who craved entertainment, romance, adventure, and escapism from the realities of war. Bysituating these action films and romantic comedies with contemporaneous events, the movies showcased a “fun” and dynamic Nazi society while promoting highly politicized images of “modern” gender relations.

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International Careers

Date:September 25, 2019
Time:4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location:336 Ingraham Hall
Description:Making Global Connections. Join the Language Institute and International Internship Program to develop an understanding of internationaljob search strategies and how to build your global professional network.n

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Telling 100 Stories: Italian History and Culture in Special Collections

Date:September 26, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:976 Memorial Library
Description:Framed by Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection of tales set during the Plague, this exhibit highlights holdings in Special Collectionsabout Italy, its history, language, and culture. Books & manuscripts on display (in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Latin) datefrom the Renaissance through the 20th century. Installed in conjunction with the triennial conference of the American Boccaccio Association (Madison, October 3-6). Local conference sponsor is the Department of French & It
URL:https://www.library.wisc.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/physical-exhibits/

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Career Mixer

Date:September 26, 2019
Time:11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location:Edgewood College
Description:Peace Corps will be at this career-building event. How is PeaceCorps a stepping stone to your long-term career plans? Learn more about how to obtain two years development work experience in one of 60+ countries

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CSA Fall Lecture Series: Ashish Sen (Author; Community and Radio/Media and Theatre Practitioner and Consultant)

Date:September 26, 2019
Time:12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:Looking Back, Looking Ahead – Some Reflections on CommunityRadio in India. Only around 250 community radio stations are operational in India. This paper explores some of the reasons responsible for this gapeven as it discusses the substantial significance of community radio in addressing some of the key challenges that confront India’s development like gender, inclusion, food security and in particular disaster preparedn
URL:https://southasia.wisc.edu/2019-fall-lecture-series/ashish-sen/

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Financial Aid Drop-In Advising for Study Abroad

Date:September 26, 2019
Time:12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Location:Study Abroad Resource Center, 301, Armory and Gymnasium (Red Gym)
Description:Concerned about funding your study abroad experience?. Don't betoo concerned about funding your study abroad experience. It's more possible than you think!nnAttend this session to learn about the cost of studying abroad and how to usenvarious resources (including financial aid, scholarships, and savings) to fund your program.

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Peace Corps Walk-In Advising

Date:September 26, 2019
Time:2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location:200B Bascom Hall
Description:Get your questions about Peace Corps service answered. The UW Campus Peace Corps Recruiter is on hand to answer your questions about Peace Corps service and provide application assistance. No appointment necessa

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Bulgarika Lecture-Demo

Date:September 26, 2019
Time:4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Location:Vandeburg Auditorium , Pyle Center
Description:CREECA Fall Lecture Series. At this lecture-demo, Bulgarika will highlight notable features and capabilities of each instrument, demonstrate ensemble playing, and provide examples of Bulgarian folk music in s
URL:https://creeca.wisc.edu/event/bulgarica-lecture-demo/

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Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS) Fall Welcome Celebration

Date:September 26, 2019
Time:5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location:theater, Wisconsin Historical Society
Description:Are you an undergraduate or graduate student interested in learning more about foreign languages, study abroad, academic programs focused on other parts of the world, or research/travel funding opportunities? Are you a faculty or staff member, or a member of the community with aglobal outlook? Join us at the IRIS Fall Welcome Celebration to learn more about IRIS, to hear a lecture by Valentine Moghadam, of Northeastern U

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Telling 100 Stories: Italian History and Culture in Special Collections

Date:September 27, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:976 Memorial Library
Description:Framed by Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection of tales set during the Plague, this exhibit highlights holdings in Special Collectionsabout Italy, its history, language, and culture. Books & manuscripts on display (in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Latin) datefrom the Renaissance through the 20th century. Installed in conjunction with the triennial conference of the American Boccaccio Association (Madison, October 3-6). Local conference sponsor is the Department of French & It
URL:https://www.library.wisc.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/physical-exhibits/

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Ibrahim Mahama

Date:September 27, 2019
Time:3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location:140 Conrad A. Elvehjem Building
Description:Artist Talk: Freedom, Art, Production. Ibrahim Mahama is a Ghanaian contemporary artist and founder of the Savanah Center for Contemporary Art. His work has been at Documenta14 in 2017 and the Venice Biennalein 2015, 2017, and 2019. With the collaboration of an ever-expanding network of people he has created large scale public interventions sewing together worn jute sack, exploring the poetics of labor and the spectral politics of global trade as engraved in the failure and resilience of material
URL:https://arthistory.wisc.edu/2019/09/18/ibrahim-mahama-artist-talk-freedom-art-production/

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Indonesian Night 2019: Noesantara

Date:September 29, 2019
Time:5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location:Music Hall
Description:Brought to you by the Indonesian Student Association. Featuring27 performers from Bogor, Indonesia, this year's Indonesian Night willbring you to Indonesia through traditional dances, musical instrument, a
URL:https://bit.ly/2krrxPh

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Peace Corps Walk-In Advising

Date:September 30, 2019
Time:11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location:200B Bascom Hall
Description:The Campus Peace Corps Recruiter can answer your questions!. The UW Campus Peace Corps Recruiter is on hand to answer your questions about Peace Corps service and provide application assistance. No appointment n

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Telling 100 Stories: Italian History and Culture in Special Collections

Date:October 1, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:976 Memorial Library
Description:Framed by Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection of tales set during the Plague, this exhibit highlights holdings in Special Collectionsabout Italy, its history, language, and culture. Books & manuscripts on display (in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Latin) datefrom the Renaissance through the 20th century. Installed in conjunction with the triennial conference of the American Boccaccio Association (Madison, October 3-6). Local conference sponsor is the Department of French & It
URL:https://www.library.wisc.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/physical-exhibits/

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LACIS Lecture Series: “The Death and Life of Aida Hernandez: Telling Stories from the US-Mexico Border”

Date:October 1, 2019
Time:12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:Presented by Presented by Aaron Bobrow-Strain, Professor of Politics, Whitman College. What happens when an undocumented teen mother takes on the immigration system in an Arizona town rocked by deindustrialization and hyper-militarized border enforcement? nnThe Death and Life of Aida Hernandez follows Aida through her optimistic, tough childhood; family separation; immigration detention; deportation;and into the tanglesof a vast border security industrial complex. nnWe will serve lunch on a
URL:https://lacis.wisc.edu/outreach/upcoming-events-2/

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Language Institute Brownbags: Language Over Lunch

Date:October 1, 2019
Time:1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location:1351 Van Hise Hall
Description:Connect and Share!. An informal space for UW-Madison language educators to share successful teaching practices and engaging classroom act
URL:https://languageinstitute.wisc.edu/language-over-lunch-connect-and-share/

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Funding Study Abroad Info Session

Date:October 1, 2019
Time:1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location:STARR Lab Floor 9, 333 East Campus Mall
Description:Applying to study abroad or considering making an internationalexperience part of you time at UW, but not sure how to fund the opportunity? Attend our upcoming Funding Study Abroad Info Session! Offered in col
URL:https://studyabroad.wisc.edu/

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Spanish Conversation Table

Date:October 1, 2019
Time:5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location:The Sett, 2nd floor, Union South
Description:La mesa de conversación. All levels of Spanish speakers are welcome at this informal weekly conversation table, sponsored by the Depart
URL:http://spanport.wisc.edu/department-life/conversation-tables

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Ragazze, la vita trema (Girls, Life is Trembling, 2009)

Date:October 1, 2019
Time:7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location:L196 Education Building
Description:Hosted by La Cineteca Italiana. Four stories set between the 60s and the 70s in Italy. Four personal female adventures crossing the pathof Italian history, the struggle for women rights, the liberation of the
URL:https://www.facebook.com/events/544620519608428/

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Telling 100 Stories: Italian History and Culture in Special Collections

Date:October 2, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:976 Memorial Library
Description:Framed by Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection of tales set during the Plague, this exhibit highlights holdings in Special Collectionsabout Italy, its history, language, and culture. Books & manuscripts on display (in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Latin) datefrom the Renaissance through the 20th century. Installed in conjunction with the triennial conference of the American Boccaccio Association (Madison, October 3-6). Local conference sponsor is the Department of French & It
URL:https://www.library.wisc.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/physical-exhibits/

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Intern and Study in Washington, DC: Donuts and Discussion

Date:October 2, 2019
Time:10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location:SuccessWorks, 711 State Street, Suite 300
Description:Learn how you can intern in our nation's capital while earningUW credit!. Meet advisors and returned students of the Wisconsin in Washin
URL:https://studyabroad.wisc.edu/program/?programId=626

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International Studies Major Open House

Date:October 2, 2019
Time:11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location:336 Ingraham Hall
Description:Join the ISM faculty, advisors, staff and fellow students fora free lunch and discussion! Celebrate a new academic year while learningabout more opportunities in the major, possible career paths and gettingto know the group of future and current global leaders that this major ha

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Africa at Noon: A Dynasty of Album Cover Arts

Date:October 2, 2019
Time:12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:Talk by Lemi Ghariokwu, Nigerian Visual Artist, Graphic Designer, Illustrator and Songwriter. Lemi Ghariokwu is a pioneering professional album cover designer in Nigeria. He has over 2,000 album covers to his credit, but he is perhaps best known for his collaborations with legendary Nigerian musician and creator of Afrobeat music Fela Kuti. His presentation is about his career, work process, relationship, and collaboratio
URL:https://africa.wisc.edu/event/africa-at-noon-4/?instance_id=1901

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Study & Intern Abroad in Germany

Date:October 2, 2019
Time:5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Location:1418 Van Hise Hall
Description:Want to learn about options for studying German language abroad? Don't know German but interested in studying in Germany?nnJoin us on October 2 to hear program details, learn first steps to take when preparing to study or intern abroad, and get advice from returned students and ex

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Telling 100 Stories: Italian History and Culture in Special Collections

Date:October 3, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:976 Memorial Library
Description:Framed by Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection of tales set during the Plague, this exhibit highlights holdings in Special Collectionsabout Italy, its history, language, and culture. Books & manuscripts on display (in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Latin) datefrom the Renaissance through the 20th century. Installed in conjunction with the triennial conference of the American Boccaccio Association (Madison, October 3-6). Local conference sponsor is the Department of French & It
URL:https://www.library.wisc.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/physical-exhibits/

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CSA Fall Lecture Series: Benjamin Siegel (Assistant Professor, History, Boston University)

Date:October 3, 2019
Time:12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:Markets of Pain: Opium and Agrarian Crisis in Modern India. Forwell over a century, Indian opium from Malwa & Bengal powered the pyrotechnics of the global colonial narcotics trade. Yet after the rise of international prohibition in the twentieth century, that same product found new life as the raw material for the painkillers manufactured by Western pharmaceutical companies. But opium has rarely been the boon to cultivators that it has been to the administrators, bureaucrats, & intermediaries who
URL:https://southasia.wisc.edu/2019-fall-lecture-series/benjamin-siegel/

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Peace Corps Walk-In Advising

Date:October 3, 2019
Time:2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location:200B Bascom Hall
Description:Get your questions about Peace Corps service answered. The UW Campus Peace Corps Recruiter is on hand to answer your questions about Peace Corps service and provide application assistance. No appointment necessa

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J. Jobe and Marguerite Jacqmin Soffa

Date:October 3, 2019
Time:4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location:Alumni Lounge, Pyle Center
Description:The Dance of Feminism with Human Rights: Reflections on Three Decades of Global Women's Human Rights Organizing. This year's lecturer will be Charlotte Bunch, Founding Director and Senior Scholar, at the Cente
URL:https://international.wisc.edu/soffa-lecture

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'Doomed to Good Relations': Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet Union,and the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1985-1991

Date:October 3, 2019
Time:4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:CREECA Fall Lecture Series. Iran was founded on the slogan of“Neither East Nor West”–neither alignment with the USSR nor the US.However, the end of the 1980s saw a rapprochement between Tehran and Moscow that would form the basis for relations between the country to presentday. Drawing on archival resources and memoirs this talk explores how Mikhail Gorbachev and Iranian elites abandoned pretensions of leading the global anti-imperialist movement and sought to use relations with the other to
URL:https://creeca.wisc.edu/event/jeffrey-kahn-professor-of-law-2/

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Telling 100 Stories: Italian History and Culture in Special Collections

Date:October 4, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:976 Memorial Library
Description:Framed by Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection of tales set during the Plague, this exhibit highlights holdings in Special Collectionsabout Italy, its history, language, and culture. Books & manuscripts on display (in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Latin) datefrom the Renaissance through the 20th century. Installed in conjunction with the triennial conference of the American Boccaccio Association (Madison, October 3-6). Local conference sponsor is the Department of French & It
URL:https://www.library.wisc.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/physical-exhibits/

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Telling 100 Stories: Italian History and Culture in Special Collections

Date:October 7, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:976 Memorial Library
Description:Framed by Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection of tales set during the Plague, this exhibit highlights holdings in Special Collectionsabout Italy, its history, language, and culture. Books & manuscripts on display (in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Latin) datefrom the Renaissance through the 20th century. Installed in conjunction with the triennial conference of the American Boccaccio Association (Madison, October 3-6). Local conference sponsor is the Department of French & It
URL:https://www.library.wisc.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/physical-exhibits/

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