October 2 (Fri) - 12:00pm - 1:15pm

Encina Hall West, Room 219

Presenters:
 
Beatrice Garrard
History major, 2016
Nationalism and Cross-Cultural Influence in Contemporary Jewish Music
Research sites: Bucharest, Budapest, and Istanbul
 
Nicholas Levy
PhD candidate, History (3rd year)
Over-Developed Socialism? Steel Cities, Industrial Planning, and the Fate of the Eastern Bloc Economy
Research sites:  Moscow and Kiev
 
Ian McGinnity
REEES MA candidate, 2016
Russian Language Study
Study site:  St. Petersburg
 
William Meadows
MFA Design, Art and Art History, 2016
Silk to Silver: Investigating and Documenting the Transformation of Craft and Design on the Silk Road
Research sites: China, Central Asia, and Italy
 
Rachel Midura
PhD candidate, History (2nd year)
Turkish Language Study
Study site: Bo─čaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey
 
Sabrina Papazian
PhD candidate, Anthropology (3rd year)
Armenian Language Study
Study site:  Critical Languages Institute, Arizona State University
 
Dana Phelps
PhD candidate, Anthropology (3rd year)
Albania Re-Imagined: Heritage, Religion, and Transnational Politics
Research sites: Albania and Kosovo
 
Adrien Smith
PhD candidate, Slavic (4th year)
Echoes of Soviet Yiddishland: Russian-Yiddish Language Arts After Stalin
Research sites: Vilnius, Lithuania and Russia
 
Beata Szymkow
PhD candidate, History (2nd year)
Poles, Ukrainians, and Jews. Nationalisms interacting, Lwów 1890-1914
Research sites: Ukraine and Poland
 
Alina Utrata
History major, 2017
The History of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia's Outreach Program in Bosnia
Research sites: Bosnia and The Hague
SGS Internship Program: Balkan Institute for Conflict Resolution, Responsibility and Reconciliation at the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology University, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

Open to Stanford affiliates. RSVP requested.