A discussion with Dr. Ellen Armour  – How photographs (and other visual images) successfully move us to action through philosophical and theological lenses, and its evolution in the era of social media Photoshop and deep fakes. Wednesday, March 11, at …

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Attend This Book Talk with Links to (and Illustrations of) Events in Today’s Ukraine. SPREES Visiting History Professor Martin Blackwell, PhD, will talk about his book, “Kyiv As Regime City: The Return of Soviet Power after Nazi Occupation,” on Wednesday, …

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Come to the film screening of HONEYLAND – as a woman utilizes ancient beekeeping traditions to cultivate honey in the mountains of Macedonia. “Stunningly beautiful and quietly powerful, this is a portrait of a vanishing way of life and of …

SPREES, Sustainable Food Systems and Environmental Science and Studies Present: Debut of film ‘HONEYLAND’ Read more »

Stetson’s Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies presents a lecture given by Dr. Erik Scott, University of Kansas, on his recent book, Familiar Strangers: The Georgian Diaspora and the Evolution of Soviet Empire, among other topics.  The lecture will be …

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