Congratulations to Ingrid Abisambra, 1st year PhD student in Hispanic Linguistics, who has just published her first article in the latest issue of redELE, Red Electrónica de Didáctica del Español como Lengua Extranjera. Her article about teaching the novel of García Márquez can be accessed HERE. ¡Enhorabuena, Ingrid!
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”
"The Devil’s in the Details: Redirecting Colonial History in Simón’s Noticias historiales (1627)”
Dallin V. Larsen
“Mire usted Sr. González” vs. "Primero Daniel, vos" vs. “Mr. President”: A comparative approach to the use of personal deixis in Spanish, Argentine, and American presidential debates"
Julia C. Hernández
“Comparative Historical Linguistics in 16th-century Spain: Philology and Prestige in Pedro Simón Abril’s Gramática griega escrita en lengua castellana”
Sarah Lowman, “Román Güemes' Hoy le canto a mi sustento: The Indigenous Kitchen as a Site of Resistance in the Era of Genetically Modified Corn”
Bethany Bateman, “Incorporating Oral Narratives as Relevant Data for Linguistic Study”