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Events in UCIS
Monday, October 28 until Wednesday, October 30
Wednesday, October 30
Michael Walter, Nationality Rooms Tour Coordinator and Quo Vadis Advisor, will talk about oil painting and pigments as it pertains to some decoration of Nationality Rooms. Discussion of oil painting in relation to other types of painting also seen in Nationality Rooms will be presented.
Based on Slovene/Yugoslav and Czechoslovak primary sources, Dr. Habinc will discuss socialist commission shops in comparison with other types of historically known second-hand retail channels. The lecture will examine the role such shops had in socialist consumption practices and in economies of shortage.
How have German cities changed since the fall of the Berlin Wall? Why is Germany rebuilding its palaces? Join us for a discussion of these questions and more!
“Coco” tells the story of Miguel Rivera, a 12-year-old Mexican boy who dreams of becoming a famous troubadour like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz — a guitar hero and movie star inspired by midcentury luminaries like Pedro Infante and Jorge Negrete. Miguel’s family sharply disapproves of music, leading to a fateful act of rebellion on the Day of the Dead.
Improve your Polish, meet other Polish students, prepare for oral exams and learn more about Polish culture!