Storrs CampusClass of 1947 room, Homer Babbidge Library
Professors Martha J. Cutter and Shawn Salvant will discussing research from their recent books. Professor Martha J. Cutter authored "The Illustrated Slave:Empathy, Graphic Narrative, and the Visual Culture of the Transatlantic Abolition Movement, 1800-1852". Professor Shawn Salvant authored "Blood Work: Imagining Race in American Literature, 1890-1940.
The Center for Judaic Studies at UConn sponsors a monthly luncheon discussion group in the Yiddish language, led by founding Director Arnold Dashefsky. These discussions provide an opportunity to practice listening and speaking skills in an informal manner.
The Yiddish Tish is a small, intimate gathering of members from the community and campus, and all reading and speaking levels are welcome! We continue to attract new members interested in attending and welcome you to join us to sustain our enthusiasm!
Please bring a bag lunch, and we will provide dessert and drinks.
For more information visit: http://judaicstudies.uconn.edu/upcoming-events/yiddish-tish-discussions/
In this session, in addition to learning how to successfully land an internship, you will learn how to succeed once you are in one. This panel will feature advice from both alumni/supervisors and current students/interns about internships in the Governorâs Office, lobbying, and other political science fields. The panel will be followed by open networking with light refreshments. Open to all Majors!
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