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January

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Venue:GL 220

The Steven J. Green School of International and Public affairs invites you to attend a lecture about the terrorist attacks in Paris by Philippe Letrilliart the Counsel General of France in Miami.

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Venue:GC 1235

It's tea time! The Chinese Club hosts a tea tasting event this Spring semester.

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Venue:GC 150

A two-day interactive conference and workshop on teaching and curriculum development for Portuguese education.

February

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Venue:GL 220

The FIU Modern Languages Department, Kimberly Green Latin Americana and Caribbean Center, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Brazilian Culture Club and the the Hyatt Regency Miami invite you to a discussion with Brazilian journalist Eliane Brum.

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Venue:GL 100

The Asian Studies Program and the Department of Modern Languages welcomes you to celebrate the Chinese New Year at the Modesto Maidique Campus.

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Venue:FIU MMC GC 243

The FIU Department of Modern languages invites you to the 2016 Italian Workshop. Be sure to check out the flyer for more information.

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Venue:GL 100B

The Department of Modern Languages and the Department of English host guest speaker, Roland Greene, for a lecture on Cervantes, Quixote and their relevancy in Miami.

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Venue:FIU College of Architecture + The Arts - Miami Beach Urban Studios

An introduction to the life and works of a distinguished thought-provoking intellectual, writer and Italian Holocaust Survivor, Primo Levi. Presented by Dr. Nicola Gavioli.

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Venue:GC

The FIU Chinese Club presents the Asian Film Festival featuring various films on different dates. For the listing of films, please click the above link.

March

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Venue:Frost Art Museum

The French club invites you to explore the works of Danny Lyon a giant of post-war documentary and film.

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Venue:GL 220

Lecturer provided by guest speaker, Professor Santiago López-Ríos, of Universidad Complutense Madrid.

April

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Venue:GC 316

Join the Modern Languages Graduate Student Organization for their signature event featuring author, Pedro Palau, for a presentation of his book titled "Demonios en Casa".

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Venue:GL 220

Come and listen to Ambassador Arnold Chacon, Director General of the Foreign Service and Director of Human Resources for the U.S. Department of State, to discuss Department efforts to recruit individuals with strong Foreign Language skills. This is your chance to learn more about career opportunities at the U.S. Department of State.

June

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Venue:webcast.fiu.edu

Are you interested in learning about international career opportunities for students and graduates in Washington, D.C.? Then tune in on Wednesday, June 29, as senior officials from the State Department, Peace Corps and other organizations share their secrets!

August

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Venue:GL 835

The Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs and the Office of Scholarships invite you to a free information session to learn more about scholarship and fellowship opportunities.

September

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Venue:Graham Center Ballrooms

The XII Encuentro Internacional de Escritoras conference will bring together the Hispanic and English-speaking literary community to a multicultural environment highlighting the role of women in literary, social and cultural fields.

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Venue:DM 110

This film series will take viewers through the journey made by India from its pre-independence days, its struggle with political, social and economic challenges over the last six decades through iconic films from the 1950’s to the present times. All the films will have English subtitles. The screenings will be preceded with an introduction to the film and followed by a brief discussion. This week "Two Pieces of Land" will be screened.

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Venue:DM 110

This film series will take viewers through the journey made by India from its pre-independence days, its struggle with political, social and economic challenges over the last six decades through iconic films from the 1950’s to the present times. All the films will have English subtitles. The screenings will be preceded with an introduction to the film and followed by a brief discussion. This week "Mother India" will be screened.

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Venue:GC 273B

The first Turkish film screening of the semester will be "Başka Dilde Aşk" hosted by Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Aylin Ballidag Kahreman.

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Venue:GC 279B

The second Turkish film screening of the semester will be Vizontele hosted by Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Aylin Ballidag Kahreman.

October

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Venue:DM 110

This film series will take viewers through the journey made by India from its pre-independence days, its struggle with political, social and economic challenges over the last six decades through iconic films from the 1950’s to the present times. All the films will have English subtitles. The screenings will be preceded with an introduction to the film and followed by a brief discussion. This week "Garam Hawa" will be screened.

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Venue:DM 110

This film series will take viewers through the journey made by India from its pre-independence days, its struggle with political, social and economic challenges over the last six decades through iconic films from the 1950’s to the present times. All the films will have English subtitles. The screenings will be preceded with an introduction to the film and followed by a brief discussion. This week "Deewar" will be screened.

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Venue:GC 279B

The third Turkish film screening of the semester will be Devrim Arabaları(Cars of Revolution) hosted by Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Aylin Ballidag Kahreman.

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Venue:DM 110

This film series will take viewers through the journey made by India from its pre-independence days, its struggle with political, social and economic challenges over the last six decades through iconic films from the 1950’s to the present times. All the films will have English subtitles. The screenings will be preceded with an introduction to the film and followed by a brief discussion. This week "Gandhi" will be screened.

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Venue:GC 273B

The fourth Turkish film screening of the semester will be Mommo (The Bogeyman) hosted by Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Aylin Ballidag Kahreman.

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Venue:GL 220

First lecture of the Fall 2016 Spanish Graduate Lecture Series.

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Venue:MMC

Part of International Creole Month.

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Venue:GC 279B

Turkish FLTA, Aylin Ballıdağ Kahreman, hosts a workshop on traditional Turkish paper marbling art. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about this traditional art form and create design themselves.

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Venue:GC 150

Le Cercle Français, Pi Delta Phi, Haitian Student Organizations and the Department of Modern Languages invite you to celebrate International Creole Day.

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Venue:GC 273B

Russian Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Maria Samkova, hosts a Russian film screening of "Hipsters". Film is screened in Russian with English subtitles.

November

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Venue:GC 243

Seven Ainu artists, "Akan Kochin no Kai," travel from Japan to perform traditional Ainu dances, songs and music using special Ainu instruments, such as Tonkori and Mukkuri. Two sessions on the performance will take place.

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Venue:GC 273B

The fifth Turkish film screening of the semester will be Bana Masal Anlatma (Telling Tales) hosted by Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Aylin Ballidag Kahreman.

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Venue:GC 243

Workshop on the best practices for teachers of Italian of grades K-12.

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Venue:DM 110

This film series will take viewers through the journey made by India from its pre-independence days, its struggle with political, social and economic challenges over the last six decades through iconic films from the 1950’s to the present times. All the films will have English subtitles. The screenings will be preceded with an introduction to the film and followed by a brief discussion. This week "Mr. and Mrs. Iyer" will be screened.

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Venue:MMC-FIU

The Department of Modern Languages and the Cuban Research Institute at Florida International University cordially invite submissions to Reading Cuba: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Cuban and Cuban-American Literature. This event will take place at FIU’s Modesto A. Maidique Campus on November 9th-10th. Cosponsored by the African and African Diaspora Studies Program and the Modern Languages Graduate Student Organization.

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Venue:GC 140

The Italian Club and the Miami Short Film Festival present two short Italian films and a lecture by film directors.

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Venue:DM 110

This film series will take viewers through the journey made by India from its pre-independence days, its struggle with political, social and economic challenges over the last six decades through iconic films from the 1950’s to the present times. All the films will have English subtitles. The screenings will be preceded with an introduction to the film and followed by a brief discussion. This week "Dil Dhadakne Do" will be screened.

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Venue:GC 140

An extraordinary cultural journey into the origins of the Roman and Neapolitan songs for the first time in comparison presented by international artist Elena Bonelli.

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Venue:DM 110

This film series will take viewers through the journey made by India from its pre-independence days, its struggle with political, social and economic challenges over the last six decades through iconic films from the 1950’s to the present times. All the films will have English subtitles. The screenings will be preceded with an introduction to the film and followed by a brief discussion. This week "Chak de India" will be screened.

December

Japanese-Language Proficiency Test offered at FIU this Fall 2016

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Venue:MMC

The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is the largest Japanese-language test in the world offered internationally. FIU will now offer the test this Fall 2016 for the first time in Florida as a recognized testing center.

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Venue:GL 100 and GC classrooms

A great day to enjoy Japanese culture, meet other Japanese students, learn more about Japan and have fun!

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Venue:Graham Center 150

Specialists in bilingual education present strategies for teaching foreign and heritage learners of Portuguese. Teachers and all involved in bilingual education are invited to participate and join the discussion.