The Department of Language, Literature & Culture will hold an Open House on Thursday, November 16. Join us from 12:00 - 1:00 in Estabrook 310 to learn more about our majors, minors, concentrations and multiple language programs. LLC faculty and current majors will be available to answer any questions you may have. Light refreshments will be served.
This talk addresses how African Americans can more actively and meaningfully participate in language programs to show that identities and investments in diverse communities within and outside classrooms greatly influence Black students’ success in our field.
The International Conference of Hispanic Women Filmmakers (CIMCiH) intends to actively contribute to the body of scholarly work on Women Directors, specifically those whose films are conceived and conducted in Spanish. The second edition of CIMCiH, entitled "Chronographies", is an invitation to reflect on the power of time in front of and behind the camera. In film, is time friend or foe? To what extent is gender capable of subverting the rules of the temporal?