The Tout-Monde Festival presents contemporary artistic, cultural and intellectual practices of the greater insular, continental and diasporic Caribbean context featuring visual and performing arts including music, dance, theatre, film and literature.
The Department of Modern Languages invites you to explore the many languages we offer at FIU. There will be games, karaoke, performances, food, prizes and more. Come and try your language skills with us!
As part of their mission, the Education Office of Spain sponsors a series of workshops on Professional Development for language teachers. The Spanish Resource Center at FIU and the Department of Modern Languages, are offering the workshop "Taller de renovación didáctica para la enseñanza en español", on March 16, 2018 at MMC campus in GC 283A. Professor Marisa Filgueras-Gomez, from our department, will present "Diseño de una tarea según el enfoque por tareas" as part of the workshop.
An international conference on translation and interpretation presented by The Association of Translators and Interpreters of Florida, the Spanish Language Division of the American Translators Association and Florida International University.
This lecture by Dr. Alfredo Rodriguez Lopez-Vazquez will examine the feminine myths of classical Greek theater as they were appropriated in Caribbean theater of the mid-20th century and their relationship with other works of contemporary theater.
A half-day career event to connect students, FIU alumni and young professionals with European companies, Chambers of Commerce and Consulates present in South Florida. Besides networking with those companies, students will receive information about possible career opportunities in Florida, the U.S., Europe and Latin America. They will learn about employment options with consulates and the private sectors in Europe, from internships to full positions.
The 2018 conference theme calls for presentations on the search for knowledge on and about Haiti, and the work of creation and innovation that advances the field of Haitian Studies through new modes of production and data collection in the sciences, the arts, and humanities.