Dr. Jason Rothman – Different is NOT deviant NOR incomplete: Getting at the Source of (Some) Competence Difference in Heritage Speaker Morphosyntax

11/16/2016
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The Linguistics Program and the Department of Romance Languages present a talk on heritage speakers by Dr. Jason Rothman.  In his talk, Dr. Rothman will introduce the audience and problematize both the concept of what a heritage language bilingual is and the literature that has studied their competence outcomes in adulthood over the past two […] Read more »

Spring 2017: ENG 357A/657AG – Studies in Chicano/a Literature

11/15/2016

What is a Nation? What is a Border? Offered Mondays & Wednesdays 2:30 – 3:15 PM Dr. Dean Franco Approved for LALS, WGS, AES and ENG credit. Counts toward Division II Requirement

New Course Spring 2017: Not Just Black and White: Transcultural Stories of Latina Women in the U.S. – WGS 321A/621AG

Tuesdays/Thursdays 9:30 – 10:45 AM Dr. Ana León-Távora Approved for LALS credit

Roundtable: “Gender and Politics in Latin America: Lessons for the United States”

10/26/2016

Women’s political representation in Latin America has been reconfigured in the past few decades.  Women’s movements, international organizations, and democratic openings have drawn attention to the importance of women’s political participation and leadership.  In addition, the rise of women to the presidency (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and a handful of other countries) suggest progress in women’s […] Read more »

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