Prof Lourdes Rojas-Paiewonsky's pioneering talks on Latin American Feminist Thought (1982) have been recently selected as part of the permanent digital collection from The Scholar and the Feminist Conferences (1975-1996) for Barnard College Archives. The project will also eventually make its way to Colgate Archives. For now, you can consult the digital recording at https://digitalcollections.barnard.edu/object/2173/scholar-and-feminist-viii-dynamics-control-afternoon-workshop-12.
Professor Naughton was recently made a Knight in the Order of Arts and Letters by the French Minister of Culture. The award is made to those who have made a "significant contribution to the enrichment of the French cultural inheritance.''
All are invited to come celebrate the induction of new members into Colgate's chapter of Pi Delta Phi, the national French honor society.
Friday, February 28, 2020 at 2:30pm Lawrence Hall, Keck Center Lounge
The Department of Theater & the Department of Romance Languages & Literatures are excited to present:
Hielo Negro | Black Ice, a new work by Argentine dance theater artists Luciana Acuña and Luis Biasotto (Grupo Krapp) examines what happens when the temperature exceeds zero and that unimpeachable white dissolves and mixes with the Earth’s hangover.
Spanish students celebrated Latin American culture by creating an altar for El Día de los Muertos, a tradition that is celebrated throughout Latin America and the United States. Professor Escudero Moro and the Spanish intern Itziar Rodriguez Messtorf helped students create an altar by making calaveras, cutting paper and making flowers.
Spanish majors Miranda Tompkins ’20 and Renee Congdon ’20, as well as ALST minor Carolina Siekierski ’21 talked about their current research projects as part of the inaugural Central New York Spanish-Latin American Studies Student Colloquium held at Syracuse University on November 8.
Profs. Ramakrishnan (French) and Swanson (Dance/Theater) traveled with students to NYC on Sept. 28 to see a solo performance in French of, “Somewhere at the Beginning” by the acclaimed Senegalese dancer, Germaine Acogny.
Devin Ferri and Finn Schuemann, both rising Juniors from the Core French Caribbean class, presented papers along with Prof. Ramakrishnan at the 44th Caribbean Studies Conference held from June 3-7 in Santa Marta, Colombia.