Events in UCIS

Thursday, April 5 until Saturday, May 5

(All day) Festival/Film
Italian Film Festival 2018
Location:
University of Pittsburgh
Announced by:
European Studies Center on behalf of Heinz History Center Italian American Collection, Dante Alighieri Society of Pittsburgh, Mondo Italiano, Arancini House and John J. Suppa Insurance
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The local premieres of award-winning Italian film.

MOVIE SCHEDULE:
Thursday April 5th - 7pm FINCHE' C'E' PROSECCO @ Alumni Hall
Friday April 6th - 7pm EARS - ORECCHIE @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Saturday April 7th - 7pm L'ORDINE DELLE COSE ​@ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Wednesday April 18th - 7pm FUNNE, LE RAGAZZE CHE SOGNAVANO IL MARE @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Thursday April 19th - 7pm EASY @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Friday April 20th - 7pm TUTTO QUELLO CHE VUOI @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Saturday April 21st - 7pm IN GUERRA PER AMORE - @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium

Got questions? Email the Pittsburgh local Spotlight Sponsor at: mondoitaliano@earthlink.net.

Thursday, April 12 until Saturday, May 5

(All day) Festival/Film
Italian Film Festival 2018
Location:
University of Pittsburgh
Announced by:
European Studies Center on behalf of Heinz History Center Italian American Collection, Dante Alighieri Society of Pittsburgh, Mondo Italiano, Arancini House and John J. Suppa Insurance
See Details

The local premieres of award-winning Italian film.

MOVIE SCHEDULE:
Thursday April 5th - 7pm FINCHE' C'E' PROSECCO @ Alumni Hall
Friday April 6th - 7pm EARS - ORECCHIE @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Saturday April 7th - 7pm L'ORDINE DELLE COSE ​@ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Wednesday April 18th - 7pm FUNNE, LE RAGAZZE CHE SOGNAVANO IL MARE @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Thursday April 19th - 7pm EASY @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Friday April 20th - 7pm TUTTO QUELLO CHE VUOI @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Saturday April 21st - 7pm IN GUERRA PER AMORE - @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium

Got questions? Email the Pittsburgh local Spotlight Sponsor at: mondoitaliano@earthlink.net.

Thursday, April 19 until Saturday, May 5

(All day) Festival/Film
Italian Film Festival 2018
Location:
University of Pittsburgh
Announced by:
European Studies Center on behalf of Heinz History Center Italian American Collection, Dante Alighieri Society of Pittsburgh, Mondo Italiano, Arancini House and John J. Suppa Insurance
See Details

The local premieres of award-winning Italian film.

MOVIE SCHEDULE:
Thursday April 5th - 7pm FINCHE' C'E' PROSECCO @ Alumni Hall
Friday April 6th - 7pm EARS - ORECCHIE @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Saturday April 7th - 7pm L'ORDINE DELLE COSE ​@ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Wednesday April 18th - 7pm FUNNE, LE RAGAZZE CHE SOGNAVANO IL MARE @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Thursday April 19th - 7pm EASY @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Friday April 20th - 7pm TUTTO QUELLO CHE VUOI @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Saturday April 21st - 7pm IN GUERRA PER AMORE - @ Frick Fine Arts Auditorium

Got questions? Email the Pittsburgh local Spotlight Sponsor at: mondoitaliano@earthlink.net.

Thursday, April 19

4:00 pm Lecture
Political Integration as a Strategy of Conflict Resolution: The FARC in Colombian Elections
Location:
CLAS Reception Area--4200 Posvar Hall
Sponsored by:
Center for Latin American Studies along with Panoramas (CLAS)
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The CLAS Round Table Discussions are monthly Panoramas-sponsored events meant to facilitate meaningful dialogues on current issues in Latin America.

PIZZA WILL BE PROVIDED!!

5:30 pm Lecture
Capitalism, Poverty, & Praxis
Location:
602 Cathedral of Learning
Announced by:
Asian Studies Center on behalf of Cultural Studies Program
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Professor Patnaik is a world-renowned Marxist economist, critic of neoliberalism, and political commentator. He is the author of Excursus in History: Essays on Some Ideas of Irfan Habib (Tulika Books 2011), Re-Envisioning Socialism (Tulika Books 2011), The Value of Money (Columbia UP 2009), The Retreat to Unfreedom: Essays on the Emerging World Order (Tulika 2003), Accumulation and Stability Under Capitalism (Clarendon Press, 1997), and Macroeconomics (Oxford UP 1995), Economics and Egalitarianism (Oxford UP 1991), Lenin and Imperialism: An Appraisal of Theories and Contemporary Reality (Sangam Books 1986), and co-author of several volumes, including A Theory of Imperialism (Columbia UP 2017). As executive head of the state of Kerala’s planning board from 2006 to 2011, he over saw a significant expansion in welfare measures. In 2008, he joined three other prominent economists on Interactive Panel of the United Nations General Assembly on the Global Financial Crisis.