Announcements

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The "Muslim Journeys" website offers resources for exploring new and diverse perspectives on the people, places, histories, beliefs, and cultures of Muslims in the United States and around the world. Start your journey by choosing a theme or a book.

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Memories of Palestine Exhibition Closing Reception
Featuring a reception that will show case photos, food, and clothing from Palestine

Closing Reception: Palestinian Food and Clothing. March 30th, 12-4pm
Youth Presentors

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3 Faces (Se rokh)

Directed by: Jafar Panahi

Iran
2018 100 mins

Pittsburgh Premiere
Saturday, April 6, 2019 5:30 pm
McConomy Auditorium, CMU

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Join us for interfaith dialogue on reliigou unity and tolerance
Dialogue is a tool to encourage communication between comunities. This is especially needed now as we experience and increasingly divided nation and international tragic events based on a lack of understanding.

We welcome youth and adults of All faiths.

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Film Screening: The Sultan and the Saint
A film about Muslim-Christian Peace
Date: March 22nd
Location: Union Nite Spot

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The Silk Road on Screen Film Series: The Adopted Son (Kyrgyzstan)

Hillman Library, First Floor, Latin American Lecture Room
3-4:30 pm

Wednesday, March 20

This film is an exquisitley composed and photographed child-to-man tale of Kyrgyz villager. Beshkempir is just like an other kid--playing in the mud, getting into trouble, experiencing the first pangs of sexuality--until a fight with his best friend leads to the revelation that he was adopted. Running Time: 81 minutes

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Islamophobia and Antisemitism: Perspectives From Europe and the U.S.

An open conversation led by Paul A. Silverstein (Professor of Anthropology at Reed College) and Jeanette S. Jouili (Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Pittsburgh).

Monday, March 18 from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

William Pitt Union, Room 630

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All are invited to the CERIS 2019 Research Symposium with keynote speaker Sona Kazemi Hill presenting on" Whose Disability (Studies)? Disability in the Transnational Context", In addition graduate and undergraduate students are invited to present their research on topics related to the broad reach of Identity, Culture and Contact Across the World. To learn more about the symposium and to register to participate http://www.cerisnet.org/resource/2019-student-research-symposium

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Global crises are rising and getting worse, and there is a shortage of people to work in the field of humanitarian aid and disaster relief. La Roche College’s Global Development and Humanitarian Aid Training Program offers the chance to learn about working in these fields through an intense five-day workshop.

With local and global experts, real-world simulation experiences and interactive classes, participants will leave with a strong understanding of key concepts, trends and essential knowledge necessary to succeed in this field on both a domestic and international level.

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Victoria Clement
Eurasia Analyst at the Center for Advanced Operational Culture Learning at Marine Corps University

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