Pick up some career tips!
Take part in this networking event where Faculty of Arts alumni will speak about their career paths after graduation.
“Children of the Enemy”: Narrative Constructions of Identity Following Wartime Rape and Transgenerational Trauma in Post-WWII Germany and Post-Conflict Bosnia
Research project funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), 2016-2018, Agatha Schwartz, principal investigator
Public reading of the Orlando Furioso on the 500th anniversary in French, Italian and English. Presentation in English.
Senate Room, Tabaret 083, 14 October 2016 – at 17:30
University of Ottawa, 550 Cumberland St, Ottawa
Light refreshments will be offered by the Italian Embassy in Ottawa.
In collaboration with the Italian Culture Institute of Toronto.
“A che servono i Greci e i Romani? L'Italia e la cultura umanistica” (What are the Classics good for? Italy and humanistic culture) The talk will be in Italian.
Talk by Prof. Maurizio Bettini, Director of the Institute of Anthropology of the Ancient World at the University os Pisa.
31 October 2016 – at 12:00
Hamelin (Arts) 509 University of Ottawa
70 Laurier Ave E, Ottawa
In collaboration with the Italian Culture Institute in Toronto.
A new introductory course to modern Greek language and culture
The Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa, in co-operation with the Embassy of the Russian Federation, cordially invites you to a public lecture by His Excellence Alexander N. Darchiev, Ambassador of the Russian Federation.
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