The SASW and Friends of Slovakia present: Borders on the Move: A Look at Southern Slovakia’s Tumultuous 20th Century by Prof. Leslie M. Waters, Randolph-Macon College Friday, June 15, 6:30 pm Embassy of the Slovak Republic 3523 International Court, NW Washington, D.C. Admission is free, but RSVP is required, by 11 pm, Tuesday, June 12, to email@example.com In 1938, Germany’s […]
The SASW and Friends of Slovakia (FOS) present: “The Velvet Revolution and Velvet Divorce as Witnessed by a U.S. Diplomat” by Amb. Ted Russell (Ret.), our first U.S. Ambassador to Slovakia and “Remaking Slovakia: The Gentle Revolution and Its Legacies, 1989-2018” by Prof. James Krapfl, McGill University, Montreal, Canada Friday, May 4, 6:30 pm Embassy […]
The SASW and Friends of Slovakia (FOS) present: “Slovakia in 1968: Historical Complexities and Long-term Legacies” Saturday, April 21, 2:30 pm Thomas Jefferson Library 7415 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church, VA Dr. Carol Skalnik Leff (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) will discuss the role Slovakia played in the Prague Spring and its aftermath. Her lecture will consider two issues. First, it […]
Upcoming in May: Prof. James Krapfl of McGill University and former U.S. Ambassador to Slovakia Ted Russell will speak about the events of 1988-93 in Czechoslovakia. Location and date to be announced soon.
October 21, 2017 Embassy of the Slovak Republic 3523 International Court, NW Washington, DC 2:00 PM Dr. Paul Hinlicky will give a talk about the prominent Slovak Lutheran intellectual, Samuel Štefan Osusky. Throughout the German mining colonies in “Upper Hungary,” the Reformation message of Martin Luther quickly spread and took hold. By 1670, some 80 percent of the parishes […]
June 24, 2:00pm Arlington Central Library 2nd-floor Meeting Room 1015 N Quincy St Arlington, VA Dr. Charles Sabatos will lead a discussion of Slovak themes in Thomas Bell’s novel, Out of This Furnace. Thomas Bell’s 1941 novel Out of This Furnace is the best-known depiction of Slovak immigrants in American literature. It was translated from […]