• P.S. Vieyra: Film screenings and Workshop
    September 05 5:15pm
    P.S. Vieyra: Pioneer of African Cinemas, Filmmaker, Producer and Historian Workshop Screenings Program Thursday, September 5th 5:15 -7 PM: Screening (Wells Library 048) Afrique sur Seine (J.M. Kane, M. Sarr, P.S. Vieyra, 1955, 21min) Une nation est née [A Nation Is Born] (Vieyra, 1961, 25min) Lamb (Vieyra, 1963, 18min) more »
  • P.S. Vieyra: Film screenings and Workshop
    September 06 11:30am
    Friday, September 6th--2 screenings (11:30am & 4:00pm) 11:30-1:15 PM: Screening (Wells Library 048) En Residence Surveillée [Under House Arrest] (Vieyra, 1981, 102min) 4-6 PM: Screenings (Wells Library 048) L’envers Du Décor [Behind the Scenes] (Vieyra, 1981, 16min). Ceddo (Ousmane Sembène, 1977, 11 more »
  • Microphiles research discussion group
    September 06 12:20pm
    Microphiles is a microbiology research discussion group. Presenter: J Gerdt, Assistant Professor, IU Chemistry more »
  • Summer Experiences in Global Service and Study Abroad
    September 10 7:00pm
    Join Students for Global Service to share your summer experiences and learn about other opportunities relating to global service and study abroad. Refreshments provided.  more »
  • Héctor Tobar Reading
    September 16 7:00pm
    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Héctor Tobar will visit IU Bloomington on September 16. Tobar is the author of four books, including nonfiction works Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine and the Miracle That Set Them Free (which was made into the film, “The 33,” in 2015) and Translati more »
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