Join us in two weeks for "Transmisión TrasAndina: Trans-Andean Indigenous Video and the Search for 'Sumak Kawsay'" by Dr. Amalia Córdova (Smithsonian Institution) on Tuesday, February 28th in SAC 300 from 3:00-4:30pm! This talk will discuss recent Andean video-making productions and the emergence of various expressions of traditional knowledge, such as “Sumak Kawsay” (or “good living”) through new media. We hope to see you there!
Ever dream about addressing your peers during commencement? Think you can write a graduation speech in Spanish? Want the chance to vote for the best graduation speech? Join us for our Graduation Speech Contest on Wednesday, March 22 4:30-6:00 p.m. in SAC 300! There will be food for everyone, and prizes – the winner will receive an Amazon gift card! Click on our poster for deadlines and additional information!
Our "Mexican Social Movements of the 20th—21st Centuries" mural is officially mounted in the Romance Language wing on the 3rd floor of SAC! Come check it out!
The mural was designed and painted by the Center for Culture, Art, Training and Education (CCATE) in Norristown in collaboration with Villanova students and faculty. The mural is a reflection on Mexican social movements of the 20-21st centuries donated to Villanova by CCATE.
Dr. Ericka Herbias' students in her Spanish 1121 course performed a play titled "Navidad" on December 9th at the Departmental Christmas party. Check out photos from the wonderful holiday performance below!
We are thankful for our students and their drive to expand their world with the knowledge of language and culture. Happy Thanksgiving Break! Enjoy this time with family and friends
and we will see you next week!