A number of papers by students in the Departments of Romance Languages and Linguistics have been accepted for presentation at the 21st Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (HLS), which will take place on the campus of Texas Tech University October 26-28. Please join us for a special practice event in anticipation of HLS 21 on Wednesday, October 18, 2017.
5:00pm - Poster session (basement of Gilbert Hall)
6:00-7:30pm - Oral presentations (Gilbert 118)
A workshop for graduate students to learn how to network within the profession.
The Department of Romance Languages collaborates with a large number of visiting faculty and graduate student resarchers. Here is information on some of our current and future visitors and the projects they are working on:
Sara Zahler (PhD student, Indiana University)
Project title: The relationship between short-term memory abilities and the development of sociolinguistic variation in second languages (April 2017)
Su Friedrich will present a screening of her films First Comes Love (1991, 20 min.) and Gut Renovation (2012, 80 min.). She will introduce the films and answer audience questions following the screening. http://willson.uga.edu/event/su-friedrich/?instance_id=1289
Friedrich's visit to UGA is sponsored by the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, the President's Venture Fund, Film Studies, Romance Languages, and Women's Studies.
Come learn about our M.A. and Ph.D. programs here in the Department of Romance Languages! There will be snacks!
Professor of Italian, University of Michigan and Willson Distinguished Lecturer
“Life writing: Lingua franca and cosmopolitan languages in the Mediterranean”
Jaume Antuñano: “Never Forget, Never Forgive: Sites of Memory in Buenos Aires”
Lisa La Cross: “Variation in Future Temporal Reference in Southern France”