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posted onDec13, 2010

From the Iowa City Press-Citizen .

The University of Iowa Opera Studies Forum will continue its lecture series coordinated with the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD theater screenings with a talk on Puccini’s “La fanciulla del West” on Wednesday, presented by Kim Marra. All lectures are at 5:30 p.m. in the University Capitol Centre Conference Seminar Room, Room 2520D, and are free and open to the public.

Marra is a professor of American studies and theater arts in the UI College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

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posted onDec10, 2010

Guests at the next “WorldCanvass” program will compare and contrast the idealized European view of the American West of the 19th century with the reality as American Indians knew it. “The American West of the Imagination” program will be from 5 to 7 p.m. today in the Senate Chamber of the Old Capitol. The event is free and open to the public.

For a list of guests, visit http://accents.international.uiowa.edu/worldcanvass.

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posted onDec7, 2010

Van Allen Elementary students got to try something different Monday — dancing to Afro-Cuban beats. “It’s cool and different,” said Austin Carter, 8, a third-grader. Van Allen had a school-wide assembly with special guests, the University of Iowa Afro-Cuban Drum and Dance Ensemble, as part of the first annual International Day. The purpose was to expose students to dances, games, art projects and other traditional customs of a variety of cultures.

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posted onDec3, 2010

The UI Opera Studies Forum (OSF) will continue its lecture series coordinated with the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD theatre screenings with a talk on Puccini’s “La fanciulla del West” Wednesday, Dec. 15, presented by Kim Marra.  All lectures take place at 5:30 p.m. in the University Capitol Centre conference seminar room 2520D and are free and open to the public.

Marra is a professor of American studies and theatre arts in the UI College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

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posted onDec3, 2010

The UI Latin American Studies Program is sponsoring three events as part of Amazon Week:

Wednesday, Dec. 1
What: Film Screening and discussion with director: “Owners of the Water: Conflict and Collaboration,” directed by Laura R. Graham, David Hernández Palmar and Caimi Waiassé, (2009).
When: 7 p.m.
Where: 1505 Seamans

Part of the UI Center for Human Rights “Careers for Change” series

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posted onDec2, 2010

The last “Slavery in Global Cinema” film series screening will be held Thursday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m. in 2520D UCC. The event is free and open to the public.

This series from the University of Iowa Obermann Center for Advanced Studies allows audiences to explore the history and meaning of slavery practices through a variety of documentaries, feature-length films and personal accounts by filmmakers.

This week’s films is:

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posted onDec1, 2010

The UI Latin American Studies Program (LASP) will welcome visiting scholar Carlos de la Torre for a lecture, “The resurgence of radical populism in Latin America,” from 12:30-1:30 Wednesday, Dec. 8, in the commons of Schaeffer Hall, room 302. This event is free and open to the public.

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posted onNov30, 2010

Title: Pornography and Censorship in Japanese Slasher Films
Presented by: Miri Nakamura, Assistant Professor at Wesleyan University
When: Friday, Dec. 3, 2010 at 4 p.m.
Where: 101 Becker Communication Studies Building (BCSB)

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posted onNov18, 2010

The UI Center for Human Rights (UICHR) will present a screening of the film “Owners of the Water: Conflict and Collaboration Over Rivers” Wednesday, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. in 1505 Seamans Center for Engineering Arts and Sciences. This event is free and open to the public.

The film is a unique collaboration between two native Amazonian filmmakers and Laura Graham, an associate professor of anthropology in the UI College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. It explores an indigenous campaign to protect a river from the devastating effects of uncontrolled Amazonian soy cultivation.

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posted onNov18, 2010

The next “Slavery in Global Cinema” film series screening will be held Thursday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. in 2520D UCC. The event is free and open to the public.

This series from the University of Iowa Obermann Center for Advanced Studies allows audiences to explore the history and meaning of slavery practices through a variety of documentaries, feature-length films and personal accounts by filmmakers.

This week’s films is:

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posted onNov18, 2010

The upcoming second-annual European Studies Conference will explore such diverse environmental topics as the role of watermills in the Middle Ages, green spaces in Ancient Rome and today’s Paris, and saving a certain breed of pig in 21st century Italy by eating it.

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posted onNov18, 2010

UI International Programs’ Confucius Institute will offer a Chinese calligraphy workshop Friday, Dec. 3, 2010, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in 248 Jessup Hall. Participants will learn the art and history of calligraphy while gaining hands-on experience. No prior knowledge of Chinese or of Chinese calligraphy is required and all materials will be provided.

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posted onNov16, 2010

What do you imagine when you think of the American West, particularly the West of the 19th Century?  Join us at 5:00 p.m. on December 10 in the Senate Chamber of the Old Capitol when WorldCanvass guests explore “The American West of the Imagination.”  The event is free and open to the public.

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posted onNov16, 2010

Islamophobia is not just a fear. It’s a prejudice. Miriam Amer shared this definition with a crowd in the Main Library’s Shambaugh Auditorium on Monday night. Amer, the executive director of the Iowa Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, grew up in New Hampshire when the word “Islamophobia” — used to describe the fear of Islam — did not exist. “It’s become a common term,” Amer said. “A very bad term, but a common term.”

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posted onNov15, 2010

The UI Opera Studies Forum (OSF) will continue its lecture series coordinated with the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD theatre screenings with a talk on Verdi’s “Don Carlo” Tuesday, Nov. 30, presented by Miriam Gilbert.  All lectures take place at 5:30 p.m. in the University Capitol Centre conference seminar room 2520D and are free and open to the public.

Gilbert is a professor of English in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

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