To give our first-year students a chance to explore a topic of their choice and/or to express themselves in writing in a personal way, we decided to create a “bulletin” for each level and have students contribute the articles! Please enjoy perusing these first editions, and look for more to come in the future!
Send any feedback you have to Connie Dickey, the first-year French Supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us for the final lecture of the ‘Thinking Authenticity’ Speaking Series
Noa Steimatsky (Berkeley/ACLS)
‘The Face on Film: Made and Unmade’
Wed May 23 3-5pm Willamette 100
Noa Steimatsky is Fellow of the American Council of Learned Society and Visiting Associate Professor of Italian at UC Berkeley. Exploring the ways in which the facial close-up has often been described in film criticism as a moment of truth within the cinematic image, the lecture will show that the face is much more than the quintessential incarnation of the person and that our encounter...
Pedro Garcia-Caro has recently published a book chapter entitled “Performing to a Captive Audience: Dramatic Encounters in the Borderlands of Empire.” The Cambridge History of Latina/o American Literature edited by John Morán González and Laura Lomas. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. 51-73. In his chapter García-Caro contours different practices of cultural performance by Spanish conquistadors and settlers in areas that would go on to become part of the US throughout the nineteenth century. From the early military campaigns and displays of religious and ...