Andrea Labinger, professor of Spanish emerita, educated faculty and students on the multiple meanings of translation with her lecture “A Sense of Entitlement: Perlis and Pleasures of Title Translation,” on Monday.
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Two women trying to find a special piece to their identity is the main theme in “Hija Olvidadas: Two Contemporary Plays by Hispanic Women Writers.”
Gabriela Capraroiu, assistant professor of modern languages, lectured on “Restitution of Modernism: The Romanian Connection” Oct. 14 in the President’s Dining Room.
Stepping into the office of Andrea Labinger is an experience that takes one back from the usual professor portrait at the University of La Verne.
Each year the University of La Verne celebrates the publications of faculty members.
The Wilson Library foyer was full of faculty, students and other supporters all waiting to hear members of the University of La Verne faculty talk about their published works for Faculty Publications Day, a few weeks ago.
The fair and the dark skinned, the oval and the slanted eyes, the tall and the short; all came to hear the colorfully illustrated story that gave away the stillness in the library.
Bringing together three diverse scenarios, Jeremy Popkin, a history professor at the University of Kentucky, discussed the role of the Haitian Insurrection and its similarities to the French Revolution and South African Apartheid on Wednesday.
The emotional scars war veterans wear are seldom detected because their wounds are commonly bandaged up in silence.
Only the red carpet was missing last Friday in Founders Auditorium as almost every seat was filled for this year’s Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony. The first official members of the ULV Academy were also announced.