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04|25|16 - Economic and Commercial Attaché to the United States Consulate for Western France Visits UK -

Economic and Commercial Attaché to the United States Consulate for Western France Eric Beaty will visit the University of Kentucky Tuesday, April 26, for the last College of Arts and Sciences Year of Europe event this academic year.

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04|11|16 - Hammer Book Arts Biennale Explores Irish Literary Publishing with Peter Fallon -

Peter Fallon, poet and founder and director of Gallery Press, Ireland's preeminent publisher of poetry and drama, will explore the tradition of Irish literary publishing as part of the 2016 International Hammer Book Arts Biennale Lecture presented April 12.

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04|11|16 - Lecture Examines Regional Brands, Regional Identities in European Food -

When is Parmigiano Reggiano cheese not Parmesan cheese? When it’s not made in a small area in northern Italy.

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10|26|15 - Historian Roy Foster Details Irish History -

Roy Foster, Carroll Professor of Irish History at the University of Oxford, was recently awarded a President’s Medal from the British Academy for “transforming the understanding of a period or subject of study” for his book “Vivid Faces: the Irish revolutionary generation 1890-1923.”

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10|12|15 - Year of Europe Programs Look at Greek Politics, German Economics and Celtic Languages -

The continent of Europe has a fascinating past, but it is also a vital part of the contemporary world and will undoubtedly play a considerable role in shaping the future. This year, the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences’ Passport to the World program will focus on the Year of Europe.

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09|01|15 - A&S Year of Europe Kick-off Event Thursday, Sept. 3 -

The University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences is kicking off its annual Passport to the World initiative with an event Sept. 3. For the academic 2015-2016 year the focus will be "A Year of Europe."

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Passport to the World Program enables the college to embark on year-long explorations of the culture and history of a particular region or country. The program engages our community in crucial global conversations through public lectures, cultural events, coursework
and travel opportunities. After past programs with South Africa, China, Russia, Mexico, and the Middle-East, A&S is shifting its focus to Europe for the 2015-2016 academic year.
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