L.I.P.A. invites you to a reception and talk featuring former Bulgarian President Petar Stoyanov (1997-2002)
Join us for the event, where challenges facing Eastern European democracies will be discussed
Wednesday, April 3, 2002
Reception @ 5:30 p.m.
President Stoyanov's Talk @ 7:00 p.m.
$5 Admission, Cash Bar
Come early and view the LIPA's exhibit, "knotty dotty witty griddy,"
a group show featuring local and international artists, and enjoy music by
Bosnian classical guitarist Nedim Bakic (courtesy of The Post-Conflict
Foundation), Bosnian snacks will be catered.
LIPA (Links for International Promotion of the Arts) takes it's name from the
all-Slavic word for "linden tree", a traditional gathering place for
important events, a place for harmony. LIPA a non-profit gallery was created
in the same spirit to publicly present socially aware art and discourse,
primarily, but not exclusively, from Central and Eastern Europe.
For more information, please contact Vesna Rebernak @ LIPA, 312 329 0812
or Daniela Ciuca @ CCFR, 312/821-7525. Registration at the door.
Rectors and deans of several universities of SE European Universities such as
American University in Bulgaria, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina,
American University of Sarajevo- Bosnia-Herzegovina, College of Wooster,
Zagreb-Croatia, University of Belgrade-Serbia, University of Istanbul-Turkey,
National University in Kharkov-Ukraine will also be present at this important
From April 4-6, 2002,
Consortium for Southeast European Studies at Northwestern University
(CSEESN)and the Center for International and Comparative Studies (CICS) are
hosting a conference on
"Education in Transition and
The Role of the University in Southeast Europe in the 21st Century"
Cosponsored by the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations,
The Consortium for Southeast European Studies at Northwestern (CSEESN) and
The Center for International and Comparative Studies at Northwestern (CICS)