Speaker and musician Arturo Martinez reminisced about the colorful vibrant houses, children flying kites by the water and the musical feel of his hometown, Veracruz, Mexico. He shared his paintings of Veracruz, a state in the Gulf Coast region of Mexico, to a small group on Sunday at the dA Center of the Arts in […]
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Gabriela Capraroiu, associate professor of Spanish, presented “Hispanic Writers and the Cold War: Memory and the Cultural Politics of Translation in Romania” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Monday’s faculty lecture featured Justin Saldana’s presentation “Language Immersion: Psychosocial Implications,” based on his sabbatical project of traveling to France to study the language there and compare it to how immigrant students here learn English.
The modern languages department premiered the movie-musical comedy “El otro lado de la cama” Feb. 14 in the President’s Dining Room.
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.
Gabriela Capraroiu, associate professor of Spanish, discussed her current research translating Maria Teresa Leon’s travel memoir on communist Romania during her faculty lecture on Monday.
About 50 students, staff and faculty attended the event titled “Linguistic Pluralism and Education in Spain: Past and Present” at noon Monday, in the President’s Dining Room.
Ann Hills delved into the mind of a traitor with her lecture on author Jorge Luis Borges Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
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.”
After a one-year hiatus, University of La Verne’s Latino based literary magazine La Vernacula has returned.