abUSed: The Postville Raid presents the devastating effects
of US Enforcement Immigration Policies on communities, families and children.
The film tells the gripping personal...
Spanish Department Pub Night!
Hiba Elnour and Katherine Chung will present their James Randall Award projects.
Teatro Chicana will present "Even Bones Tell Stories," through a reading & song.
Sponsored by: Department of Spanish; Gender, Women's & Sexuality
Teatro Chicana will perform, "Bones Tell Stories."
Sponsored by: Department of Spanish; Gender, Women's & Sexuality Studies; Latin American Studies; Center for Humanities; Public...
Pilar Quintana, a University of Iowa International Writing Program guest, presents, "La obra de Pilar Quintana en el contexto de la literature columbiana."
Dr. Palmar Álvarez-Blanco, Assistant Professor of Spanish at Carleton College, and Dr. Bill Johnson González, Assistant Professor of English and Latin@ Studies at DePaul University will be the...
A Singing Affair: The Grinnell College Latin American and Jazz Ensembles in Concert Please join the Grinnell College Latin American and Jazz Ensembles at our joint semester-end concert. This...
The Spanish Department Pub Night will be at the JRC Pub.
South of the Border, a documentary by Oliver Stone will be shown in ARH 302.
Joey Galina's ('11) MAP, "La modernidad LatinoAmericana: Un estudio del 'yo' fotográfico en la poesía de Oliverio Girondo" will be held in ARH 131. Refreshments will be served.
Gonzalo Garcés presents "Por qué la novela latinoamericana importa" in ARH 102. Refreshments will be served.
THe SOL (Student Organization of Latinos and Latinas) will have a viewing and discussion of their film "Crossing Borders" Friday, September 25, 2009, from 7-9 in the south Forum Lounge.
Venue: Blank Park Zoo in Des Moines, Iowa
Hispanic Film Festival to promote the diversity and richness of the Hispanic culture through selected films from various Latino American countries and Spain: "Diarios de una motocicleta", "La...
Festival Latinoamericano (sponsored by SOL, SGA, STudents Affairs, ISO, AAC, and CBS) to celebrate the "Hispanic Heritage Month."
Performance by Prof. Fernández and students in her seminar Spanish 386: El castigo sin venganza de Lope de Vega.
Film screening: Ecuadorian film Qué tan lejos.
Concert by Calle Sur, Columbian-Panamanian duo that performs music from Latin America.
Talk by David Richter on Death and Desire in Modern Hispanic Poetry: A Reflection on the Library Collections Andrew Debicki Collection.
Ramon Daubon, who served as vice-president for programs at the Inter-American Foundation, has published extensively on Latin America and the connection of economic and social...
Spanish and Latin American Film Festival Tres formas de amar: Fresa y Chocolate, Los amantes del círculo polar, and Tango.
Spanish Without Borders, Brown Bag Lunch where several students shared their internships and community service experiences using Spanish in local and global communities.