Conflicts Around the World Artsakh/Karabagh: History and Politics

Conflicts Around the World Artsakh/Karabagh: History and Politics

by Professor Barlow DerMugrdechian, Armenian Studies Program at Fresno State University. Dec. 11, 3 pm The talk will discuss some of the historical aspects of Artsakh but will focus mainly on the 20th c. In particular the status of Artsakh will be discussed, as well...
Crown Jewels of Russian Literature

Crown Jewels of Russian Literature

Dec. 15, 4:30 – 6:30 pm by Marina Oborotova, Ph.D. Plunge into the universe of Russian classical literature with Marina Oborotova. Listen to the stories of life & death, sacrifice & betrayal, passion & obsession, crime and punishment. Read and...

Afghanistan: Peace is at Hand or Alibi for Exit?

Todd Greentree, Ph.D., UNM March 20, 2020 (Fri), 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. Albuquerque Journal Auditorium 7777 Jefferson St. NE Update as of 3/17: All AIA lectures are on hold until further notice. This talk will focus on the United States and Afghanistan — What went...
Bauhaus: Art and Design for the Future

Bauhaus: Art and Design for the Future

Dr. Susanne Riedel, Associate Professor of Art History, UNM January 12, 2020 The BAUHAUS is one of the most innovative, interdisciplinary, and influential art schools of the 20th century.  Artists from international backgrounds and with broadly diverse views worked...
Jazz Meets Classical Music

Jazz Meets Classical Music

Karl Hinterbichler, Ph.D., UNM February 9, 2020 The Roaring Twenties: jazz meets the classical world or was it the classical world meeting jazz? This was a time of tremendous change both in classical and popular music. In the first few decades of the 20th Century...