Reading with Daniel Kraus, co-author (with George A. Romero) of the new novel The Living Dead and co-writer (with Guillermo del Toro) of the novel, The Shape of Water, co-sponsored with Pitt's University Library System
Events in UCIS
Tuesday, October 13
Speak with a student ambassador from the Center for Latin American Studies to learn about their certificate offerings, programs, and more.
Virtual Office Hours:
Zoom link: https://pitt.zoom.us/j/98550944503
This course provides students with an opportunity to think about the most recent wave of brutal police violence in the United States in a global perspective. Expanding on our summer series, students will focus on topics such as racial capitalism, colonialism and settler colonialism, and transnational trends in militarized policing and police violence. Students who complete the course will appreciate how policing in the USA shapes and is shaped by global processes.
The pop-up course will kick off on September 15!
Practice your French with instructors and students in a casual environment! Tuesdays from 4-5PM ET on Zoom. Register to receive access: https://pitt.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIpc-mtqTkiG9LWrvpHBRqIiStR58e6fWpH
Learn about the history and cultural complexities of Florence, London, and Sydney. Through engaging events such as guided tours and trivia, our alumni will take you on a journey around the globe—and who knows, maybe there’s a prize waiting for some on the other end!
Ever wondered what it’s like to play trivia in London? Join us as one of the Pitt Peer Advisors hosts her own “British Trivia Night,” inspired by her experiences studying abroad in London, England.
Register for any of the My Global City events here: bit.ly/2GInsAS
Stammtisch is the German Club's weekly conversation table for speaks of all levels from absolute beginners to fluent speakers. Here we practice our language skills while also learning about German culture through fun games and activities!
Zoom Meeting ID: 988 3897 9763