International Law Essay Competition
The Benjamin B. Ferencz Essay Competition is now accepting submissions. Submissions are due August 28, 2015.
April 29, 7pm, Cleveland Museum of Art Morley Lecture Hall
A 2005 Burkinabé drama film about a daughter who tries to redeem the reputation of her mother, who is expelled from their African community after being accused of witchcraft. Tickets for students are $7.
April 23, 6:45pm, Cleveland Cinematheque
A romantic comedy about a photographer who falls in love with a blind ex-medic while on a shoot in a scenic seaside village in Taiwan. Tickets for students are $7.
The Sandwich Man
April 23, 8:45pm, Cleveland Cinematheque
A three-part film that shows Taiwan’s working poor during the 1960s. Tickets for students are $7.
World Health Seminar
April 24, 9:00am, Biomedical Research Building 433
“Population stratification and complexity of infection in Cambodian Plasmodium vivax” a presentation by Lindsey Pierce-Friedrich, Postdoctoral Fellow at Genomic Medicine Institute.
Monk with a Camera
April 26, 1:30pm, Cleveland Museum of Art Morley Lecture Hall. A documentary about Nicholas Vreeland who gave up a privileged life to become a Tibetan Buddhist monk. Tickets for students are $7.
May 3, 2:00pm, Tinkham Veale University Center
Classical Indian dances and Bollywood dances will be performed. Tickets for students are $5.
“The Ruse of the Trojan Horse”
April 24, 5:00pm, Clark Hall 206
Vergil Week public lecture by Randall Ganiban, Professor of Classics at Middlebury College.
From Mayerling to Sarajevo
April 25, 5pm and April 26, 4:15pm
A film about Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s love affair with Czech Countess Sophie Chotek, ending with their assassination and the start of WWI. Tickets for students are $7.
“Aspiring to the Condition of Music: The Sister Arts in Victorian England”
April 29, 5:30pm, Cleveland Museum of Art Recital Hall
Dr. Tim Barringer will examine the relationship between art and music in late Victorian England.
Turkish Cultural Night
Today, April 23, 5:00pm, Tomlinson Lobby
The Union of Turkish Students will be hosting a night of Turkish food, music, presentations, and more at this free event.
Latin America and the Caribbean
April 24, 9:20pm and April 26, 6:30pm, Cleveland Cinematheque. A 19th-century Danish army officer searches for his daughter in the South American wilderness after she runs off with a soldier. Tickets for students are $7.