FLL & Russian Studies Symposium on “Resurgent Russia: Friend or Foe?”

The Russian Studies program is hosting a Symposium on “Resurgent Russia: Friend or Foe?”, March 16-17 in Faulkner Gallery of Joyner Library. The Symposium will consist of three segments: ​​Keynote Address by Dr. Alexander Cooley (Columbia University in NY), Prof. of Political Science and Director of the Harriman Institute – on the theme of “Resurgent Russia: Friend or Foe?” Thursday,

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3rd Annual DISSH Symposium, March 16, 2017, 8:00-5:15 in Joyner Library’s Faulkner Gallery

  The Foreign Languages and Literatures Department is co-sponsoring The Digital Innovation and Scholarship in the Social Sciences and Humanities (DISSH) Symposium, March 16, 2017, 8:00-5:15, in the J.Y. Joyner Library’s Faulkner Gallery (2nd floor). The distinguished speakers and panelists will engage in discussions on various topics related to digital scholarship. Read more at: https://calendar.ecu.edu/event/3rd_annual_dissh_symposium#.WLcT6hDgGL8 http://www.ecu.edu/cs-cas/DISSH/dissh2017.cfm

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Jason Port, URCA Award Winner in Russian Studies

Russian Studies student Jason Port was awarded an Undergraduate Research and Creativity Award (URCA) this year to work on a research project with his mentor, Dr. Justin Wilmes of the FLL Department. The project is titled “Perceptions and Realities: Russian-American Foreign Policy and Popular Perception Since Putin’s 2012 Reelection.” Jason’s paper was recently accepted to the University of Pittsburgh’s European

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2-6-17 German News

Dear Friends of German, This week, we have a German Filmabend and a wonderful concert planned for you. Also, save the date for next Monday’s screening of the old Weimar classic The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Robert Weine, 1920), another Kochfest on Tuesday (2/14) and the interdisciplinary Refugee Symposium coming up later in February (2/20-2/23). Please keep an eye out for further details. – German Filmabend: Wednesday,

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