Svetlana Peshkova is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at UNH. She will discuss her forthcoming book Women, Islam, and Self-Formation in Uzbekistan: Public Life in Private Space.
For COLA Faculty: Our First Monday events are short, informal talks by faculty members, designed to give their colleagues a window into their work. We reserve fifteen minutes at the end for questions and comments. There will be refreshments and a cash bar.
Students interested in the Justice Studies Budapest Program should attend this information session. If you cannot attend, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.unh.edu/budapest for more information. This is a fall term program with justice studies emphasis at Corvinus University.
Sigma Tau Delta is currently accepting new members! If you are looking for a way to distinguish yourself from your fellow students, membership in this internationally recognized Honors society is a great start. Membership is open to all students at the Undergraduate & Graduate level (see below for membership criteria).
Michael Cardinali, Lecturer in Art and Art History and Brian Chu, Associate Professor of Art will facilitate a discussion about their current work and studio practices on display in Art Faculty Review.
All Museum of Art exhibitions and programs are open to the public free of charge, and are sponsored in part by the Friends of the Museum of Art, UNH.
Museum of Art, Paul Creative Arts Center, 30 Academic Way
♦ Spend a semester in a foreign country ♦ Exciting travel (3-day class schedule) ♦ Fulfill 3 Discovery Requirements (WC, HP, HUMA) ♦ Learn about Hungarian law and culture ♦ Courses are taught in English ♦ Build your resume ♦ Costs less than a semester at UNH Durham ♦ Broaden your horizons!
The longest running revival in Broadway history finds its way to the UNH Stage. A Tony Award winning tale of lies, deception, murder, and money told with swinging music, sassy songs, and daring dance. Follow two sexy jazz murderesses and their slick fast talking Chicago lawyer as they try to sweep all of their dirty deeds under the rug.
CONTENT WARNING: This production contains adult language and/or themes which may not be suitable for children. Viewer discretion is advised.
As part of a prize contest, students of German will have the opportunity to speak in German with individuals who have had first-hand experience of the events surrounding the fall of the wall and then present their findings in German to the broader University community.