• News Briefing: "First Recordings from China Project"
    April 21 2:00pm
    The project has been funded by the Tang Research Foundation to curate and provide greater use and availability of 400 phonograph cylinders recorded by Berthold Laufer in 1901 and 1902. The cylinders document performances of Beijing opera in Shanghai and story-telling songs in Beijing. Held by the Archives of Traditi more »
  • Workshop: Halal Economies in non-Muslim Countries
    May 03 12:00am
    From May 3-4, experts from nine different countries convene at the IU Europe Gateway for an international workshop on Halal economies. The workshop, which was organized by Michale C. Brose from the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, invites contributions that illustrate and interrogate the interactions of commerc more »
  • Research Roundtable: Activism and German Hip Hop
    May 06 5:00pm
    Amy Aiyebusi is currently doing her PhD (Ethnomusicology track) with the Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology at IU’s College of Arts & Sciences. Her research project documents both existing and ideological framework in relation to social activism practices in Germany represented through the lens of German hip hop. Through th more »
  • OVPDEMA Study Abroad Program Orientation
    May 13 12:00am
    During the trip, students travel to Delhi, Agra, Varanasi, and Mumbai, learning about the country’s rich history and culture, focusing on causes and effects of the social issues, the impact on the cultures of India, and an understanding of the diversity on Indian cultures. The trip included visits to historical and cultural sites, academic more »
  • Study Abroad: Kelley School of Business at IUPUI in China
    May 15 3:00pm
    This is part of BUS D255 Doing Business with China in spring 2019. The course is planning to visit IU China Gateway to learn about gateways as part of the global strategies of IU. The group includes 16 undergraduate students, 2 faculty, and 2 personnel from the program provider. more »
Friday, April 19, 2019