Chika Unigwe, author of De Feniks(2005) and On Black Sisters’ Street (2009), will be speaking in the Gallery Lounge located on the third floor of The Student Center. Unigwe has been recognized for her fiction, poetry, articles, educational material, and stories which have been featured on BBC World Service, Radio Nigeria, and other Commonwealth Radio… more »
French language is the 2nd most widespread language in the world. The official language in 29 countries, it is spoken on 5 continents and in over 77 countries. Because of this, non-government organizations (NGOs) use the French language on a regular basis for their humanitarian work in Asia, the Caribbean and Africa.
“Afro-Peruvian identities and cultural heritage in contemporary Peru: Susana Baca and Enrique Verástegui.” Professor Silvia Bermúdez’s lecture seeks to contribute to the many conversations currently taking place in regard to how Peru, under President Ollanta Humala?s presidency, is imagining its national identity through a series of material and symbolic gestures that strive for… more »
During the Fall 15 World Languages & Cultures is hosting Dr. Paula Simón, a Fulbright Visiting Scholar and 2011 graduate from the program of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (Spain). Dr. Simón is presently a member of the National Research Council of Argentina. Her work centers on testimonies by… more »