“The Welfare State Debate and Danish Literature” will be presented by Lasse Horne Kjældgaard, director of the Society for Danish Language and Literature in Copenhagen, on Wednesday, 17 September at noon in 238 HRCB.
Kjældgaard is a former associate professor of Danish literature at the University of Copenhagen. He serves as literary reviewer for the daily Politiken. His most recent book publications include Tolerance – eller hvordan man lærer at leve med dem, man hader (with Thomas Bredsdorff, 2008), Sjælen efter døden: Guldalderens moderne gennembrud (2007), and textual critical editions of Karen Blixen, Den afrikanske Farm (2007) and Syv fantastiske Fortællinger (2012).
The U.S. Grains Council, an export market development nonprofit, seeks candidates for the position of global strategies coordinator. Duties include to provide administrative support, coordinate travel details for department and for members, assist in tracking of agriculture-related trade developments, assist in the preparation of annual marketing plans, and draft correspondence.
Candidates must be organized and have excellent computer, written, and verbal skills. Fluency in Portuguese and/or Spanish is a definite plus. Must have the ability to deal with pressure and deadlines.
Send letter of interest and resume to: HR/Global Strategies, U.S. Grains Council, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline: Friday, 1 August
Spend the spring semester beginning January 2016 teaching and conducting research in transatlantic security studies at the College of Europe in Brugge. This award is open to all levels of scholars including early career.
More information about the Fulbright Scholar Program may be found on our web site, www.cies.org, and the complete catalog of teaching and research awards worldwide may be accessed online at http://catalog.cies.org.
We also have a series of webinars, including “How to Craft a Successful Project Statement,” that scholars may find useful.
“The Latest Economic Developments in Europe and Germany and the Possible Consequences for Utah” will be the topic for Bernd Fischer on Monday, 7 April at 2:00 p.m. in 238 HRCB.
Fischer has been head of the German Consulate General in Los Angeles, California since 2012, having previously served as German ambassador to the Republic of Croatia.
During Fischer’s career in the Foreign Service, he has held posts in Tokyo, Berlin, Vienna, Washington, D.C., and New York.
In addition, he was the head of Read More…
The final conversation of winter semester will be “Flamboyant Monarchs in Europe” presented by panel: Kendall Brown, professor of history, BYU; Chris Hodson, associate professor of history, BYU; Brandie Siegfried, associate professor of English, BYU; and moderator: Karen Carter, associate professor of history, BYU on Wednesday, 2 April at 4:00 p.m. in 238 HRCB.
Kendall W. Brown, a professor of history, has taught courses on the history of Spain and the Age of Enlightenment and French Revolution since 1991. Read More…