The second fall FaculTea, co-sponsored by Harriot College and Joyner Library, will be: November 20 at 3:30 p.m. in Joyner Library, room 2409. Dr. John Given, Associate Professor and Director of classical studies, will discuss: “Translating Attila: Greek, Latin, Hunnic, English.”» Read more
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Please join us for the next Downtown Dialogues on the Humanities event: “Gender Around the Globe,” featuring: Associate Professor of Spanish Purificación Martínez speaking on “Gendering the Monarchy: Kingship and Queenship in Castigos y Documentos del Rey don Sancho.” 5pm. Greenville Museum of Art» Read more
French Week: Tues Nov 5. 3:30 pm in BATE 1032. TALK: “Peaceful Rap: an Oxymoron? Abd al Malik’s Relationship to French Rap, American Rap and Islam,” David Spieser-Landes, University of Pittsburgh Wed Nov 6. 4pm Bate 3007. Guest speaker Diane B. Dean president and CEO of the Dean Agency International LTD which matches foreign firms to US clients. 4PM. Bate» Read more
PLEASE SIGN UP WITH PROF. SMITH FOR THIS TRIP as soon as possible so he can get an accurate count of who is going. Email him or call 328-5524. Details: We’ll meet at ECU at 12:15 p.m. (exact location forthcoming) and travel by ECU bus to Raleigh Little Theatre. We’ll be back at ECU by 9 p.m. at latest. What» Read more
October 22, 2013. Jill Twark lecture on “German Rock Goes Global for Social Justice.” 4:30. Bate 1032.
Dr. Jill Twark will present her most recent research on two popular German rock groups, entitled “Die Toten Hosen and Rammstein: German Rock Goes Global for Social Justice” This research was conducted as part of a co-authored chapter for a book project she is co-editing with Axel Hildebrandt entitled “Social Justice in Contemporary German Culture.” Date: Tuesday, October 22nd Time:» Read more