[artinfo] What's On at CEU, December 10 - 31, 2001 (fwd)

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Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2001 13:43:47 +0100
From: Sara Svensson <Svenssons@ceu.hu>
Subject: What's On at CEU, December 10 - 31, 2001

December 10 - December 31, 2001
(Issue 7, 2001/2002)

There is no admission charge for events listed in "What's On," unless
otherwise noted. You are welcome to attend any of these events even if
you do not receive an individual invitation.

While CEU will continue to distribute "What's On at CEU" by e-mail
every two weeks, the latest changes and events can be found in the News
and Events section of the CEU website at <http://www.ceu.hu>.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 11:00 a.m.
Location: CEU Nador 9 Bldg, Faculty Tower room #409

A public lecture presented by the Department of Medieval Studies and
Special and Extension Programs:

Oleksiy Tolochko (Institute of History, Kiev)

"Authenticity and Invention in the 18th century Russian Historiography:
Forged Medieval Chronicles in Vasily Tatishchev's Russian History"

Oleksiy Tolochko works currently at the Institute of History, Ukrainian
National Academy of Sciences (Kiev, Ukraine). He taught Russian and
Ukrainian history in Taras Shevchenko Kiev University, University of
Kiev Mohyla Academy and Harvard University. Tolochko's primary research
interests focus on Kievan Rus' history and Ukrainian history-writing of
the 17th-century.


MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 5:30 p.m.
Location: CEU Nador 9 Bldg, Room #202

A public lecture presented by the Department of History:

Rashyd Latypov (Birsk State University)

"The Debates on a New World Order in 1919-1922 as a 'Culture Shock' ?
the Case of Herbert Hoover and John M.Keynes"


Location: CEU Nador 9 Bldg, Gellner Room

Human Rights Presentations organized by the Human Rights Students'
Initiative: students will have a series of presentations on the human
rights situation in their countries. The presentations will be followed
by discussions.

The seventh presentation: Croatia

by Jasmina Bozic, CEU MA Candidate in Human Rights

For more information about the Human Rights Presentations, contact HRSI
at <hrsi@ceu.hu>.


Location: CEU Nador 9. Bldg, Auditorium

A film presented by the CEU Film Society :

"I was Stalin's Bodyguard" (Semeon Aranovitch )

Comments by Gyorgy Baron.


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 3:00 p.m.
Location: CEU Nador u. 9. Faculty Tower, Room 808 or Room 809

Istvan Konya (Boston College)
"Optimal Immigration Assimilation and Trade"

A public lecture in the Budapest Economic Seminar Series presented by
the Department of Economics:

For the updated BESS schedule for the 2001/2002 academic year, visit
<http://www.ceu.hu/econ/economic/seminars.html>. For more information
contact Attila Ratfai at <ratfaia@ceu.hu>.


Location: CEU Nador u. 11. Bldg, Galeria Centralis

An exhibition presented by the Open Society Archives at CEU:

"The Millenary Exhibition"

The exhibition will be open through February 28.

Galeria Centralis opening hours:
Tuesday-Friday: 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.



DECEMBER 4, 2001 - JANUARY 15, 2002
Location: CEU, Nador 9 Bldg, Exhibition Hall, 1st Floor

Photographic Works by Gyorgy Konkoly-Thege

The exhibition will be on display through January 15, 2002, and may be
visited during university office hours.

For more information, contact Judit Radics at <radicsj@ceu.hu>.


Location: CEU, Nador 9 Bldg

A clothing and food drive for the homeless organized by Human Rights
Students' Initiative (HRSI) and CEU. Clothes and food can be brought to
the collection containers in the Octagon near the Nador 9 Bldg entrance
inside CEU.

During the holiday break, students and HRSI will distribute the clothes
to homeless people in Budapest.


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E-mail: public@ceu.hu

Sara Svensson, Web Coordinator
Central European University
Public Affairs and Development Office
Nador u 9, 1051 Budapest
Tel: (+36) 1 327 3000 ext 6120