Save the date for the second installment of our graduate lecture series. Dr. Ascensión Rivas Hernández's lecture, "Una teoría literaria para el siglo XXI", will focus on digital humanities. The lecture will be in Spanish and will take place on January 25 at 6PM. Lecture will be in Spanish. Please click on the link above for the Zoom link.
Save the date for the third and final installment of our graduate lecture series. Dr. Leslie Harkema, Associate Professor of Spanish at Baylor University, will be joining us on February 4th, 2021 at 4PM. Her lecture, via Zoom, will focus on the work of Spanish author Miguel de Unamuno.
Zoom link: https://fiu.zoom.us/j/94535865175
Are you interested in spending a year in Spain? Learn more about the NALCAP Program this Thursday, February 11th. An info session will take place between 3:30-4:30pm for more information on this exciting opportunity. Please click on the event title for the Zoom link and more information.
The Japanese Language Program presents a Senpai and Kohai Meet Up on February 24 at 1:00 PM via Zoom. During this event, you will be able to converse with colleagues in different language levels and get advise on how to study Japanese. Please click on the link for the Zoom details. This event is open to all FIU students.
The Consulate General of Spain is hosting a professional development session on Saturday, February 27th, titled "Technology in the Language Classroom". The professional development will consist of three workshops via Zoom. Please click on the event title for the full agenda and Zoom registration link.
Are you interested in spending a year in Spain? Learn more about the NALCAP Program on Wednesday, March 10. An info session will take place between 12:30-1:30p for more information on this exciting opportunity. Zoom meeting ID: 923 3540 3416; Passcode: vN5D4d.
Dr. Rodrigo Maia will be presenting a talk titled "Vida Digital, Jornalismo e Modernidade: Como a Tecnologia Esta Rompendo Paradigmas" on March 15. This event will be in Portuguese. Zoom Meeting ID: 954 9399 4372. Please click on the title for the event flyer.
Please join us on Wednesday, March 24th at 6:30PM for a lecture by Dr. Nicholas Jones, Assistant Professor of Spanish at Bucknell University, titled "Centering Blackness as an Anti-Racist Method". Dr. Jones's research agenda explores the agency, subjectivity, and performance of Black diasporic identities in early modern Iberia and the Ibero-Atlantic world. This lecture is co-sponsored by the Dorothea Green Lecture Series. Zoom link: https://fiu.zoom.us/s/91007138517
Join this global event on Saturday, April 10th, to make connections between students and people interested in learning Spanish from China and the US. This is also a great opportunity to connect with different countries and cultures. RSVP today at go.fiu.edu/spanishcorner.