Wednesday, December 1, 2010--Poetry Event
in Honor of and for Graduate Students of World Languages and other Departments Read more ...
Monday, November 29--Spanish and French Research Expo.
Poster presentations on a variety of subjects by M.A. students in French and Spanish. Read more ...
November 3, 2010 -- USF Spanish and Latin American Movies Series
BSN 2205, 2 p.m. Read more ...
November 3, 2010 -- Study Abroad in Argentina Information Session
USF invites you to learn about the opportunity of a lifetime in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Join Dr. Pablo Brescia for a study abroad information session for his summer 2011 program. He will describe how you can make the world your classroom and gain applied experience in Spanish language, culture, and politics through the lens of some of Argentina's greatest literature. CPR 459, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
October 22, 2010 -- Oktoberfest 2010
German Culture Club is having Oktoberfest. Come out and join us!
We will have lots of free food and beverages, fun games, and music. You will also get the opportunity to practice your German with other students, as well as learn more about German culture and language.
8:30pm, Marshall Center Room 3707
USF Film Expert Sheds Light on Restored Metropolis
TAMPA, Fla. (Aug. 20, 2010) – Science-fiction blockbusters like Blade Runner, The Matrix, The 5th Element and Dark City can all trace their lineage to the 1927 silent film classic Metropolis...
The film tapped into the German Zeitgeist of that era, featuring in its narrative and highlighting in its visuals a dystopian vision of dehumanizing machines, a transgressive fembot (gynoid), class warfare, and a generational conflict transposed from the Expressionistic theater onto the screen,” said Margit Grieb, a professor in the Department of World Languages, who regularly teaches a course on silent German film at USF.
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