Introducing Cultures Follow-Up

Just a couple of days ago, some of you missed the first meeting of Introducing Cultures series, and, consequently, neither got acquainted with Aisha nor with Kyrgyzstan, her homeland. It’s a pity.

Aisha’s presentation was extraordinary. Not only have we learnt how awesome Kyrgyz traditions and culture are in general, but also it was quite unexpected to find out how Kyrgyz parents help their kids recover from headache and insomnia, what mothers are supposed to prepare for daughters when those are getting married (hopefully before they turn 25), and how lucky are the first-born boys in the families.

Thank you, Aisha, for the great time we had. We all fell in love with Kyrgyzstan.

What culture is going to be the next? Maybe yours?

A business trip to Mazar-i-Sharif

A business trip to Mazar-i-Sharif

A group of faculty and staff members of the University of Opole have recently visited Taj University in Mazar-i-Sharif in Afghanistan. Mazar-i-Sharif  Dr. Michał Wanke, coordinator of the Office for International Study Programmes, dr. Marek Korzeniowski, the deputy...

Namedy Workshop 2018

Namedy Workshop 2018

Arts Based Reserach A group of students of social sciences from the University of Opole practiced conducting research based on art (art based research) analyzing the conceptual work of art students and attitudes towards the idea of ​​the project Kunst in Park...

Regular Measures

Regular Measures

Alessandro Bosetti Performance Dear Students, Do you have plans for today's evening? The Contemporary Art Gallery has a great offer for you. We would like to invite you to the performance entiltled Regular Measures that will take place on June 15 at 9 pm at the...

Lectures on Iran and Turkey

Lectures on Iran and Turkey

Dear students. This week we are hosting interesting professors from the Middle East at the Institute of Sociology. We invite you to join us this Friday, June 8. We will start at 10.00 with professor Gulbin Kiranoglu of Kocaeli University on cross cultural...