On November 26th at 12:00 we invite you to our America House Kyiv book club meeting!
For November, we’re reading The Kite Runner. The book tells the story of a friendship between two boys growing up in Kabul, Afghanistan. Though they were raised in the same household, Amir and Hassan grow up in different worlds: Amir is the son of a wealthy man, and Hassan is the son of Amir’s father’s servant. Their lives and their fates reflect the tragedy of the world around them. Although Amir escapes for a new life in America, he cannot leave the memory of Hassan behind him.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Yes, we’re honing in on modals for this session—discussing and working with various ways of enabling our students to differentiate between and suavely express ability, possibility, permission, request, offers, and suggestions.
A workshop and discussion offer the general public a practical investigation into the multi-sensory process of translation. Part of a yearlong research and performance project by American choreographer Peter Kyle and Ukrainian choreographer Anton Ovchinnikov, who are using contemporary dance as a vehicle for cross-cultural exchange
Are you thinking about studying Law in the USA? Audrey Woods, Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management, Drexel University, Thomas R. Kline School of Law will cover various topics.
Mr. Chris Steineger has a brilliant career of over 30 years in the American government. He is former Kansas State senator. He is going to share with us information about general workings of American government and some insights about the American government perspective and what are the current trends of public opinion overall.
A determined woman works with a hardened boxing trainer to become a professional.
A documentary Roosevelt Roughriders, a girls' high-school basketball team in Seattle, and one player's fight to regain her eligibility to play.