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"Capitalism and Slavery in the Joint-Stock Economy"
Tuesday, April 18, 2017 | 12:30 pm

Joseph Kelly, Franklin College-University of Liverpool 2017 Graduate Research Fellow. This talk will explore the debate surrounding the slave-ownership of the Imperial Brazilian Mining Association, a British-owned gold mining company. Pizza will be served.
Sponsored by Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Liverpool, and the History Department.
Location: LeConte Hall 101

“Jewish writers in the German Democratic Republic

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 | 5:00 pm

Ulrike Schneider, Potsdam University, Germany, is the Spring 2017 Max Kade Distinguished Visiting Professor for the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies. She will be leading a talk on historical and literary perspectives on the controversial topic of Jewish writers in the German Democratic Republic.    
Sponsored by the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies.
Location: MLC 147

“Afro-French Studies Colloquium
Thursday, April 20, 2017 | 11:30 am
The colloquium will open at 11:30 am with a buffet lunch, to be followed by two talks: Philippe Gumplowicz, “From Harlem to Paris: Jazz Music Arrives in Europe,” at noon, and Pap Ndiaye, “The Minority Paradox: Blackness in France,” at 1 p.m. Please contact Rachel Gabara at rgabara@uga.edu to RSVP for lunch. 
Sponsored by the Department of Romance Languages and the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts.
Location: Tate Student Center 137


“Llibre Vermell: Pilgrim Songs from late 14th century Spain
Sunday, May 7, 2017 | 4:00 pm

Friendship Community Choir. A concert of director Kevin Kelly's modern setting of this manuscript of Spanish pilgrim songs scored for choir, harp, recorder and percussion. Free admission.
Location: Friendship Presbyterian Church, 441 South, across from Athens Academy

Please submit upcoming University of Georgia events, related to Transnational European Studies, to eustudy@uga.edu

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