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Events for Fall Semester 2006

  • The German Club invites you to: Kaffeeklatsch :

 

Would you like to a chance to

practice speaking German?
Come to Kaffeeklatsch in the Pryz,
lower cafeteria, at 12:30 - 1:30
 
(Meeting space is wheelchair accessible)

 

  • October 17
    
  • October 31
    
  • November 14
    
  • November 28
    

Contact: Dr Gaddy at gaddy@cua.edu

  • Friday, November 17 at 4:00 pm : Kevin J. Harty, "The 'Reel' Maid of Orleans: The Film Lives of Joan of Arc." Herzfeld Auditorium
  • Monday, November 27at 5 pm : The Robert N. Nicolich Lecture, "Constantinople: The Telling and the Taking" by Michele Longino, Pryzbla 321
  • Thursday, November 9th at 7pm in McMahon 200 "Dying to Live" presents by Latin American and Latino Program


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Events for Spring Semester 2006

  • The 11th Annual Crisafulli Lecture: "Don Quixote: Telling the Tale" by Professor James Parr, University of California, Riverside and President of the Cervantes Society of America. 4PM Hannan 108 reception to follow.

  • International Foreign Language Film Festival:

"Cross-generational ties"Sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, The German and French Clubs, Latin Alliance, GSA.

Monday, March 27: German film: Nirgendwo in Afrika (Nowhere in Africa) in Hannon 108
Tuesday, March 28: Italian film: Le chiavi de casa (The keys to the house) in Hannon 106
Wednesday, March 29: Spanish film: Mar adentro (The sea inside) in Hannon 106
Thursday, March 30: French documentary: Etre et avoir (To be and to have) in Hannon 108
  • Department of Modern Languages and Literatures invites you all to "Italy and the Bourgeoisie"A Symposium organized by the Program of Italian of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at CUA, 10:00 am-5:30 pm April 6, 2006, Caldwell Hall 111

This symposium represents an opportunity to gather leading scholars of Italian arts, history, and literature, to examine what has been and will remain "essentially Italian," as this century develops and how bourgeoisies, traditionally so crucial to cultural analysis, has been re-defined. We hope to offer fresh re-visions of Italian bourgeoisie - its role as an indicator, inspiration, and conscience in current pop and high culture, while also tracing the origins of this Italian identity in the past century.

  • The Mastrangelo Family fund has generously sponsored a lecture by David Alan Brown, curator of Italian paintings at the National Gallery and a well-known specialist in Italian Renaissance painting who has spoken on Raphael's portrait of Bindo Altoviti, in McMahon 200 5:30 p.m. "Bindo Altoviti and Renaissance Portraiture"
  • The German Club invites you to: Kaffeeklatsch :

Would you like to a chance to

practice speaking German?
Come to Kaffeeklatsch in the Pryz,
lower cafeteria, at noon!
 
(Meeting space is wheelchair accessible)

 

Montag den 13. Februar
Montag den 27. Februar
Montag den 6. März
Montag den 20. März
Montag den 3. April
Montag den 24. April

Contact: Dr Gaddy at gaddy@cua.edu or Marykate Cleary at 16Cleary@cua.edu

  • New CUA Program (Currently Unavailable)

 

Learn Spanish in sunny Mexico

Discover Querétaro, a colonial gem

Experience the warmth of Mexican hospitality

May 9-June 9, 2006

3 credit hours

Small classes

Immersion setting

Informal classes on authentic Mexican cooking, crafts and salsa

Open to students who have completed 1 year of Spanish

 

 

For information, contact Dr. Kassen, Resident Director,

at kassen@cua.edu

or call 202-319-5240

For more information click here

  • Graduate Colloquium:

Our popular spring colloquium will not be held this year. We encourage our students to attend the MLA and ACTFL Conventions, which will both be held in Washington, D.C.



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