Dr. Renwick has been awarded a Willson Center Research Fellowship for the 2017 - 2018 academic year, for her project titled "Mapping Spoken Language in Digital and Social Space: Evidence from Italian.” Congratulations!
Wednesday, February 8th 2:30PM
"L’ESPRIT GWOKA: Vers une définition d’une pratique culturelle caribéenne"
Dr. Paulo Caetano
"Discursive changes and orientations to difference in racial relations in Brazil"
Special Guest Colloquium:
Amanda Powell, University of Oregon
“Bridges Made of Water, Not Walls Made of Steel — Literary Translation”
Laura Garrison: “We the Media: A Case Study of the Politics of Global Humanitarian Spectacle in Modern Italy”
Preston Hayes: “A Journey to the Center of Jules Verne's World: Man, Machine, Nature, Conquest and the Voyage of a 19th-century Imagination”
Rebeca Coelho: "Learning about Brazilian Serialized Fiction: My experience in the telenovela studies center in Brazil"
Viviane Klen Alves: "Possible Challenges of Interinstitutional Collaboration and Research"
Juliano Saccomani: "Looking into History to Figure out the Future: Experience visiting museums and libraries in Brazil"
Congratulations to Ingrid Abisambra, 1st year PhD student in Hispanic Linguistics, who has just published her first article in the latest issue of redELE, Red Electrónica de Didáctica del Español como Lengua Extranjera. Her article about teaching the novel of García Márquez can be accessed HERE. ¡Enhorabuena, Ingrid!
Su Friedrich will present a screening of her films First Comes Love (1991, 20 min.) and Gut Renovation (2012, 80 min.). She will introduce the films and answer audience questions following the screening. http://willson.uga.edu/event/su-friedrich/?instance_id=1289
Friedrich's visit to UGA is sponsored by the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, the President's Venture Fund, Film Studies, Romance Languages, and Women's Studies.
Come learn about our M.A. and Ph.D. programs here in the Department of Romance Languages! There will be snacks!