Whether in the form of round tables, lectures, film series, symposia, or workshops, bring together students, faculty, researchers, and practitioners from units within IU and the world beyond.
A lecture by Alise Vitola, Free University of Berlin, School of Business & Economics, Institute of East European Studies
We will be showing Life Feels Good. A tribute to the endurance of the human spirit, Life Feels Good is an ironic and unpretentious tale of a young man who suffers from cerebral palsy.
Dr. Levis Sullam's talk argues that, contrary to widely held views, thousands of Italians actively participated in the Holocaust, arresting, depredating and deporting Jews.
Zus and Zo is a 2001 film directed by Paula van der Oest. Zus and Zo follows three sisters as they attempt to sabotage their gay brother's upcoming wedding so he does not inherit the treasured family estate.
Graduate History Conference