This week’s events include the Columbia University Wind Ensemble’s Spring Concert, lectures from the Women’s History Month series, and a celebration of Ukrainian art!
Welcome back from break! Gender justice is the theme for this week’s EEOC, with events including three film screenings, a law school class, drag bingo, and a visit with the President of Slovenia.
Last Friday, at the Harriman Institute, Dr. Dima Adamsky headlined a lecture and discussion on the actions and contributions of the Russian Orthodox Church during the war between Russia and Ukraine.
The events in this week’s EEOC highlight marginalized communities from across the globe!
There’s a big mysterious balloon, but it may not be as fun as it sounds.
This week’s EEOC features events from SIPA, ILAS, and more, exploring current politics at home and abroad!
Interested in energy policy? Bulgarian novels? Brazilian politics? Then this week’s events roundup may be for you!
Why wouldn’t you want to learn about the history of guide dogs? Editor’s warning: Mentions of police violence, racism, and sexual misconduct
In 2021, Anna Frajlich’s Polish-language poetry collection Imię Ojca/Im’ia Bat’ka (The Name of the Father) received its first translation into Ukrainian. On Wednesday, February 16, Deputy Events Editor Ava Slocum attended the Harriman Institute’s book talk and poetry reading for the new edition, translated last year by Vasyl Makhno.
On Wednesday afternoon, Staff Writers Linus Glenhaber and Simon Panfilio attended a virtual seminar held by Columbia’s Harriman Institute.
A migrant crisis on the Belarusian-Polish border has led to threats over Europe’s gas supply and more political happenings in today’s Bwoglines.
This Tuesday, Arts Editor Riva Weinstein returned to the Harriman Institute for the opening of painter-historian Anne Bobroff-Hajal’s exhibit “Playground of the Autocrats,” and her talk, “Peasants, Clans, and Effervescent Absolutists.” What is an effervescent absolutist? Why does Russia keep slipping back into autocracy? Why does that baby have a mustache? All will be revealed […]
Bwog “Newspaper-Reads-You” Expert Valerie Sapozhnikova joined a tiny audience at the Harriman Institute to learn about media in the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia. Sitting amongst an audience of about 15, and listening to the moderator become bored with herself as she droned on about each speaker’s accomplishments, I almost started to regret my decision to […]
Lecture Hop correspondent Eliza Shapiro attended Dr. Danilo Türk’s speech on the European Union. Her report follows. “There’s nothing left but loneliness / there’s nothing left to fear” were not the first words Bwog expected to hear upon entering Low Rotunda to hear the President of Slovenia speech’s on the European Union, but those were […]
Bwog’s Poland Bureau Chief Sara Jane Panfil caught Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski’s Harriman Institute talk. This morning, the Foreign Minister of Poland, Radoslaw Sikorski, drew a packed crowd in room 1501 of the International Affairs Building as he discussed the changing political climate in Eastern Europe and reflected upon Poland’s place in world history […]
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