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Free Polish Classes
FREE, not-for-credit Polish classes will be held weekly for an hour beginning on January 29, 2013 (Tuesdays, 5-6pm, 208 Whitehall Classroom Building). Materials will be provided. No prior knowledge of Polish necessary. It’s not limited to UK students; everybody is welcome.
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Annual Luckens Prize Lecture in Jewish Studies
Tania Tulcin, Yeshiva University
"Looking Down from the 'Tip of the Yud': Judah Leib Gordon's Critique of Rabbinic Culture in Late Imperial Russia."
Monday, January 28, 2013
W.T. Young Library, Auditorium
The Mark and Ruth Luckens International Prize for Jewish Thought & Culture: The Luckens Prize is awarded to the best unpublished original essay by a graduate student or recent PhD. The Luckens Prize is administered by the University of Kentucky Jewish Studies Program and carries a prize of $1000, made possible by a generous gift from the late Dr. Mark Luckens.
Co-sponsored by the Linguistics Program and the Department of English
Languages of Russia’s Realms series
Join us for the second screening of spring 2013 sponsored by the UK International Film Series. This film was directed by Pavel Lungin. Russian title: Остров. Free & open to the public. The film is in Russian with English subtitles. Film synopsis is available at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0851577/
Lecture: "The Ket Language of Siberia" Co-sponsored by the UK Department of English and the Linguistics Program
Ernie Yanarella Lecture, "From Sputnik to Chernobyl: The Shadow Side of Soviet Belief in Technology’s Promethean Powers"
Lecturing on Russian Environmental Issues