Calls for Papers

English for STEM MOOC

Promotional Package

English for STEM MOOC Promotional Package - MOOC Camp Launch sponsored by ECA (Ministry of Education and Culture, State Department), developed by the University of Pennsylvania, and hosted on Coursera.

The Office of English Language Programs is happy to announce the first facilitated MOOC Camp launch of English for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
through the University of Pennsylvania and Coursera.  Please read the below information and open the attachments above- one is for internal use and the other contains external promotional materials for you to use
with your audiences.  Facilitators can enroll any time after May 7th in order to preview the course and materials.

3rd International Conference on English Language and Literary Studies (CELLS):

TRANSCENDING BORDERS AND BINARIES: New Insights into Language, Literature, and Culture

3rd International Conference of the University of Banja Luka (BiH) in cooperation with the University of Opole (Poland) and the University of Central Oklahoma (USA)

CELLS - CONFERENCE ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERARY STUDIES

TRANSCENDING BORDERS AND BINARIES

New Insights into Language, Literature, and Culture

Banja Luka, June 9th and 10th, 2017

Simpozij HUAMS-a "A Cultural History of Capitalism"

April 7-8, 2017 at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb

A detailed, wide-ranging analysis of what constitutes a cultural history of capitalism is indispensable for a functional grasp of recent Croatian cultural and political history, as well as of the current positioning of Croatia in Europe and the world. We intend to examine and explore the complexity of this totality as refracted through cultural histories of the United Kingdom and the United States of America, as a horizon truly necessary for understanding Croatian cultural history. Our intent is to investigate complex interrelations of the sophisticated Victorian variant of capitalism and its American mutations, both in the nineteenth- and in the twentieth-centuries. This applies primarily to the Cold-War America, when capitalism contrasted to socialism becomes a totalizing formula to regulate various economic and political structures, but also the sphere of culture where public versus private is defined. Thus caught in contrast to and against socialism, capitalism is definitive to life in communities in socialism as well, and therefore in the former Yugoslavia; this then sediments into a difficult genealogy which burdens capitalism when, after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it enters formerly socialist countries, now as a platform for understanding and regulating postsocialism.
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