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Fall 2014 Events

Classical and Modern Languages & Literatures

Fall 2014 Events

 

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A talk by Professor Jennifer Roberts:

"The War that Wouldn't End"
Tuesday, Dec. 9
12:30-2:00 PM
FLL Conference Room
NAC 5/223A

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EL INSTITUTO CERVANTES PRESENTARÁ EL POEMARIO BILINGÜE DEL BARDO PERUANO MARCO ANTONIO CORCUERA (1917-2009)
El jueves 9 de octubre, a las 7:00 p. m., en el Instituto Cervantes de Nueva York (211-215 East 49th St.)

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The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
The Cátedra Mario Vargas Llosa
and
Colonial Latin American Review

Cordially invite you to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
and the inauguration of the seminar ¿Cómo leer a Mario Vargas Llosa? with a lecture by
J. J. Armas Marcelo
“Mario Vargas Llosa: una vida de novela”

Date: Tuesday, 21 October
Time:  6: OO pm.
Place:  Shepard Hall, Room 95
Reception will follow. For information please call 1212-650-6731. Event open and free to the public.

Photos of the event

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Mo Yan
The Chinese novelist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2012, will deliver a lecture as this year's Samuel Rudin Distinguished Visiting Scholar and
presented with an honorary degree from The City College.
November 10th, 5:30-6:30 PM, Great Hall, Shepard Hall.

Photos of the event

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Andrés Neuman at the City College of New York:
- Wednesday, November 12, at 6:15 PM A talk and reading at the Center for Worker Education. With Juan Carlos Mercado and David Unger.
25 Broadway, 7th Floor
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- Thursday, November 13, at 4:30 - 6 PM A talk in Spanish for writers in the MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish.
Rifkind Room NAC 6316, City College of New York
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- Monday, November 17, 4:45-6:35 PM:  A visit to David Unger's Translation Workshop to discuss selections from The Traveler of the Century related to the topic of translation and to discuss the translation of his work into English and other languages.
NAC 6/304 City College of New York
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- Wednesday, November 19, 5:00-7:00 PM:  A talk in English for MFA students and selected undergraduates in Creative Writing . This will be followed by a reading: there will be a book signing and reception.
Rifkind Room NAC 6316 City College of New York

 
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