Dr. Luis Ramos Lecture at USF - November 4, 2014
Remembering Home and Imaging Independence: The Spanish American Diaspora in Italy, 1767-1810
In his lecture, Dr. Luis Ramos examined the historical role of the Jesuits in advancing knowledge, promoting critical inquiry, and striving for a more just and equitable society in the Americas from the colonial era to the present. A co-sponsored event by the Comparative Literature and Culture Program, Department of Modern and Classical Languages and The Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History.
Dr. Belén Bistué Lecture at USF - October 1, 2014
Multilingual Texts in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: A Forgotten Chapter in the History of Translation
A PowerPoint lecture on the often forgotten, complex, multilingual translation practices of the early Modern era. Sponsored by the Comparative Literature and Culture Program, Department of Modern and Classical Languages.
A Reading with NoViolet Bulawayo - October 29, 2013
An evening of reading and discussion with Zimbabwean author, NoViolet Bulawayo. Co-sponsored by the Comparative Literature and Culture Program, Department of Modern and Classical Languages, African Studies, International Studies (BAIS), USF Part Time Faculty Association, Diversity Engagement and Community Outreach Office, The Intercultural Center, College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Office, and The Women and Violence Research Group.