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Film Screening of 18 IUS SOLI
Who can be Italian? This documentary examines the social borders facing 18 women and men born in Italy to parents from Africa, Asia, and South America.
Film Screening of Inside Buffalo
This documentary tells the story of the 92nd "Buffalo Soldiers" Infantry Division, the African American combat unit that valiantly fought in World War II side-by-side with their Italian comrades to defeat the Nazi forces occupying Italy.
Foreign Languages / ESL / Humanities Department Open House
Come and enjoy the 2008 Open House of the Foreign Languages, ESL & Humanities Department, dedicated to our students.
Gender & Historical Context Colloquium in Honor of Dr. Laura Fishman
Keynote Presentation Luncheon (followed by Q& A): "Musings on Women’s History: How the Second Awakening in the Western World Produced a New Scholarly Area, Prof. Sandi Cooper"
Gender Dynamics in the 2008 Presidential Election
Professors Margaret Ballantyne, Laura Fishman, Robin Harper and Deborah Majerovitz will discuss various social, psychological and historical factors that constitute the complex relationship between gender and politics.
Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration
A Conversation with Frances Negrón-Muntaner: Producer/Director/Writer/Videographer
Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration
Latin Caucus Club invites students, faculty and staff to come celebrate Latin Culture.
International Film Forum/ Immigration:Life Here & There
International Film Forum @ The Language Resource Center will feature foreign films. Today we will screen "Inch'Allah dimanche"
International Film Forum/ Immigration:Life Here & There
International Film Forum @ The Language Resource Center will feature foreign films. Today we will screen "Under the Same Moon" (La Misma Luna)
International Film Forum/ Immigration:Life Here & There
International Film Forum @ The Language Resource Center will feature foreign films. Today we will screen a film by Giuseppe Tornatore, "The Unknown Woman"