Upcoming Ellison Center Events
Film and Discussion - “Freedom on the Fence” Andrea Marks, Associate Professor, Oregon State University, Kane Hall, Room 110, 7-9 pm.
Exploring Asia Teacher Workshop - “Three Cups of Tea: Islam and Schooling in Asia” Thomson Hall, Room 317, 5-8 pm.
Ellison Center Lecture Series - “Ideology and the Tragedy of East Central Europe in the 20th Century” Daniel Chirot, Job and Gertrud Tamaki Professor of International Studies, JSIS, Kane Hall, Walker Ames Room, 7-9 pm.
Ellison Center Lecture Series - “The Pearl.” Author Douglas Smith, Thomson Hall, Room 317, 12:30 - 2 pm.
See Movies at Kane (SMAK) - “Goodbye Lenin” Kane Hall, Walker Ames Room, 7-9 pm.
Exploring Asia Public Lecture - “H2Asia: Asia's Water Crisis.” Kane Hall, Walker Ames Room, 7-9 pm.
See Movies at Kane (SMAK) - “Beshkempir” Kane Hall, Walker Ames Room, 7-9 pm.
K-8 Art Mosaics Educator Workshop - Movement and Music across the Curriculum II. Registration required.
Newspapers in Education - Exploring Asia: Asia and the Environment. Seattle Times Auditorium 4:30-8 pm. Registration required.
Book Talk - “The Prose of Life” Benjamin Sutcliffe, Assistant Professor of Russian, Miami University of Ohio, Thomson Hall, Room 317, 2:30-4 pm.
16th Annual REECAS-NW Conference at Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA - “Time and Transition: Reflecting on the past 20 years in Russia, East Europe and Central Asia.” 9 am - 6 pm. See story this edition for more information.
The Donald Treadgold Memorial Lecture - “Religion and Secularization in Soviet Borderlands.” Catherine Wanner, Associate Professor of History, Anthropology and Religious Studies, Penn State. Location: TBA, 4:30-6 pm. Reception to follow.
Global Focus - “Civil Society and Human Rights in Russia - two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union.” Sarah Mendelson, CSIS. Walker Ames Room, Kane Hall, 7-9 pm