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Friday June 18, 2010
Start: 18 Jun 2010

From the website:

"Intensive language training has been offered at the Bloomington campus of Indiana University since 1950. The Summer Workshop provides up to 200 participants in Slavic, East European and Central Asian languages the opportunity to complete a full year of college language instruction during an eight-week summer session.

Saturday June 19, 2010

From the website:

"Intensive language training has been offered at the Bloomington campus of Indiana University since 1950. The Summer Workshop provides up to 200 participants in Slavic, East European and Central Asian languages the opportunity to complete a full year of college language instruction during an eight-week summer session.

Sunday June 20, 2010

From the website:

"Intensive language training has been offered at the Bloomington campus of Indiana University since 1950. The Summer Workshop provides up to 200 participants in Slavic, East European and Central Asian languages the opportunity to complete a full year of college language instruction during an eight-week summer session.

Monday June 21, 2010

From the website:

"Intensive language training has been offered at the Bloomington campus of Indiana University since 1950. The Summer Workshop provides up to 200 participants in Slavic, East European and Central Asian languages the opportunity to complete a full year of college language instruction during an eight-week summer session.

Tuesday June 22, 2010

From the website:

"Intensive language training has been offered at the Bloomington campus of Indiana University since 1950. The Summer Workshop provides up to 200 participants in Slavic, East European and Central Asian languages the opportunity to complete a full year of college language instruction during an eight-week summer session.

Start: 22 Jun 2010

From the website:

"The international conference Warsaw - A Jewish Metropolis, London 22-25 June 2010, will gather top-ranked scholars in the field of Jewish studies. During 4 days, in 9 different sections, more than 30 lectures on varied aspects of the history of the Jewish metropolis will be given.

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