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No Humor, No News: Press, satire, and visual culture Claudia Roman: Guest Lecturer University of Buenos Aires (Conicet) Lecture in Spanish, Q&A in Spanish and English
Come join UGA's Delta Gamma Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi in Learning about Colombian Art and Culture with guest speaker Juancho Cano. The event will take place 5:30-7:30pm.  MLC room 153 See Juancho on Instagram: @juan.cho.cano
Come test your knowledge about the languages, cultures, and people of Italian-speaking, French-speaking, Portuguese-speaking, and Spanish-speaking countries. There will be tasty snacks and prizes!
Come learn about Dr. Smith Limerick's experience in graduate school and navigating the job market. She will be available for questions about preparing your application dossier, the ins and outs of campus visits, and what her experiences have been like on search committees. 
This talk will examine works of contemporary Afro-Spanish authors and artists (Lucía Mbomío Rubio, Desirée Bela-Lobedde and Ruben H. Bermúdez) to comment on the often invisibilized experiences and identity formation of Afrodescendants born and raised in Spain. While Spain is the only country the protagonists of these works have ever known, a theme that resonates throughout them is the questioning of their Spanishness, a constant in a society…
In Discourse on Colonialism, Aime Cesaire asserts that colonization ultimately works to decivilize the colonizer, awakening baser, brutalizing, and dehumanizing instincts in him. In Exemplary Violence: Rewriting History in Colonial Colombia, Villate-Isaza explores Colombia's violent colonial history by examining three seventeenth-century historical accounts of the New Kingdom of Granada (modern-day Colombia and Venezuela)-Pedro…
"Unlocking Mysteries of Language and Culture in a Quechua Translation of the Gospels: Luçerna Yndyca by Esteban Sancho de Melgar (1715)"  
Disabling Environments: Epidemic Productivity and the Climate of Extinction in Davi Kopenawa and Bruce Albert's The Falling Sky Dr. Mark Anderson Associate Professor of Spanish
Natalie Navarrete, a triple major in Spanish, Russian, and International Affairs, and a minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies, was recently named a 2023 Rhodes Scholar. Natalie is currently completing a national security-focused scholarship in Kazakhstan as a Boren Scholar. She spoke with Dr. Tim Gupton, Associate Professor of Spanish Linguistics, about the value of her language studies at UGA (full video below): ...All of the…

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