Office of International Affairs IUPUI

World Languages and Cultures International Lecture Series

Head up to the third floor of the Campus Center to hear global-themed lectures from IUPUI's liberal arts faculty. All events will be translated into American Sign Language. 

10:00-10:30am, CE 305 

“Delivering Education, Healthcare, and Nutrition in Rivers State, Nigeria”
Tijen Demirel-Pegg, Department of Political Science & International Studies

10:30-11:00am, CE 305 
“Film Censorship during the Franco Regime in Spain: The Case of Ingmar Bergman and Wild Strawberries”
Rosario Garnemark, Program in Spanish

11:00-11:30am, CE 305 
“Cultural Awareness Through Authentic Experience: Preparing for German Citizenship” 
Karen Roesch, Program in German, with Mariam Aziz, Adam Fierst, & Carl Underwood

11:30am-12:00pm, CE 305 
“Islamic Art in Venice”
Amal Cavender, Program in Arabic

12:30-1:00pm, CE 309
“Spanish in Contact with Indigenous Languages in Latin America: The case of Quechua and Nahuatl”
Connie Aldana & María Teresa Oviedo, M.A.T. Spanish

1:30pm, Campus Center Atrium
“Love Makes the World Go Round: A multilingual poetry reading”
Presented by students from the Department of World Languages and Cultures

2:15-2:30pm, Campus Center Atrium Stage
"Tai Chi"
Jing Wang, Program in Chinese

Start
Wednesday February 14, 2018 10:00 AM
End
Wednesday February 14, 2018 02:30 PM
Location
Campus Center (CE 305, 309, & Atrium Stage)
Contact
Kate Miller
Contact Email
am27@iupui.edu
Cost
Free