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Lorenzo Sanford presenting a lecture

Language preservation and partnerships for health: Chief of the Kalinago visits the University of Iowa

Friday, May 24, 2024
Lorenzo Sanford, the youngest elected chief of the Kalinago people in Dominica, visited the University of Iowa as part of the Major Project Award, Sacred Threads: Spirituality, Health, and Collaborative Partnerships for Health in Indigenous Communities.
Eun Kyung Jeon at the 2023 Asia Pacific Society of Speech, Language, and Hearing (APSSLH) Conference

UI faculty meet professional goals with help of funding through International Programs

Tuesday, May 14, 2024
International Programs provides funding opportunities and grant-writing assistance for UI faculty engaged in international research, partnerships, and other activities, and is invested in the success that faculty have in their field.
Chief Lorenzo Sanford

IP to host youngest elected chief of the Kalinago people of Dominica in late April

Tuesday, March 26, 2024
Three events in late April will provide a unique platform to celebrate Indigenous leadership; discuss spirituality, healing, and cultural preservation; and strategize for community-based health solutions that foster equity and well-being.
Japanese Papermaking Festival

Residency provides opportunity to connect with 1,500-year history of Japanese hand papermaking

Tuesday, February 28, 2023
The UI Center for the Book, in partnership with International Programs, will host two visiting artisans from the Echizen papermaking region of Japan.
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Frequências symposium: a discussion with three co-organizers

Tuesday, February 21, 2023
Christopher Harris, Janaína Oliveira, and Cristiane Lira, organizers of the 2022-23 Obermann Humanities Symposium and International Programs Major Projects Award, talk about what makes this multi-day event unique.
glass being held by a hand reflecting the ocean

Frequências symposium a historical gathering of Brazilian filmmakers and scholars on the UI campus

Tuesday, February 21, 2023
Through panel discussions, interventions, film screenings, and artists’ performances, the symposium aims to incite, inspire, and engage the audience in response to the films, performances and theorizations of Afro-Brazilian film, history, and culture.
korean market stalls

Korean Studies Research Network to host 2nd annual conference, Oct. 21-22

Tuesday, September 20, 2022
This two-day conference will bring together leaders and scholars of Korea-related topics and engage them in an open dialogue about opportunities to facilitate collaborative research among scholars and graduate students in the state of Iowa and throughout the Midwest.

Symposium to discuss corruption and the rise of populism Mar. 31-Apr. 2

Monday, February 21, 2022
“Corruption, the Rise of Populism, and the Future of Democracy" is a three-day symposium bringing together leading corruption and anti-corruption scholars from across disciplines and geographic areas.

UI Special Collections to host exhibit on Spanish and South American Indigenous Language books

Thursday, January 20, 2022
The UI Center for the Book is honored to welcome renowned design binder Sol Rébora to Iowa City.

International Programs Major Project to focus on reading and re-translation Mar. 28-30

Wednesday, March 6, 2019
“Reading and Re-translation" is an international and interdisciplinary colloquium dedicated to the theorization and practice of reading.