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French Week 2018

French Week -  “Ma France à moi/My France” - November 3-11, 2018

Saturday, November 3, 11am - Ceremony: “Four Frenchmen Service,” St. Mary Cemetery, 233 Homeland Ave, Baltimore, MD 21212. Sponsored by the Baltimore chapter of the French Benevolent Society.

Sunday, November 4, 2:30-5pm - Film: Les Grands Esprits, LNDL Auditorium. Co-sponsored by the Alliance Française of Baltimore.

Wednesday, November 7, 5pm - Roundtable Presentation: “Stories from France,” moderated by Dr. Margaret Haggstrom, Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques, Hug Lounge/Refectory

Sunday, November 11, 3pmMass in French: Conducted by Father John Conley, S.J., Alumni Memorial Chapel

Throughout National French Week there will be an exhibit about French culture in the Loyola-Notre Dame Library.

All events are free and open to the public.

Sponsored by: The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Center for the Humanities, Education for Life, Messina, Student Activities, Catholic Studies, Honors Program, Film Studies, Global Studies, Office of International Programs, Department of Communication, and Department of Fine Arts.

Hanna Geldrich-Leffman Language, Literature, and Society Colloquium

This event will be helded on Wednesday, April 10, 2019.  Details to follow.

Career Night

Career night will be held on Monday, October 15, 2018 in CO 133.  Contact Sarah Tyler for more information.

Poetry Recitation Contest

The Poetry Recitation Contest will be held on Monday, November 12 from 6.00-8.00.  Contact Sarah Tyler for more information.

The Mrs. Regina Ann Haig International Film Series

The Mrs. Regina Ann Haig International Film Series presents six films representing the national cinematic traditions taught by the faculty in the department of Modern Languages and Literatures. Its primary purpose is to enrich the Loyola community's knowledge and understanding of international cinema. Each film is presented by an expert in the field and following each viewing there is a reception and forum discussion, led by the presenter. 

The study and analysis of international cinema allows participants to come into contact with cultural artifacts that broaden their knowledge and awareness of different cultures, languages, traditions, histories, and societies. The series also allows for participants to engage in critical inquiries regarding their own cultural formation and thereby creates a space wherein mutually enriching cultural dialogues can take place. The series is graciously funded by the Alexander Haig Endowment for Science, Faith, and Culture, and the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures and is named for the former Secretary of State's mother.

All films shown in the Loyola/Notre Dame Library Auditorium. Refreshments served at 6.30; screenings begin at 7.00. Films for the fall semester are as follows

  • September 19, 2018 - "My Brother is an Only Child" (Italian)
  • October 24, 2018 - "Vision from the Life of Hildegard von Bingen" (German)
  • November 28, 2018 - "Tambien la lluvia" (Spanish

Club Events

Arabic Language Club (Arabyola)

  • October 3, 4.00 - movie "Elvis of Nazareth - إلفيس الناصرة "
  • October 22, 5.00 - lecture called "Why learning foreign languages will benefit your career" by Ms. Valerie Turner, class of 2016, Global Magnitsky Intern at Human Rights First
  • November 14, 3.30 - the annual henna/Mehndi worskhop

Chinese Club

Chinese New Year

  • September 14 - Movie Screening: "A World without Thieves"
  • September 24 - Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration
  • October 26 - Calligraphy Workshop
  • November 12 - Movie Screening: "Blind Shaft"
  • December 7 - Movie Screening: "Saga of Mulan"

    All events take place at 4pm in MH442.

Italian Club

Italian Week - info forthcoming

For more information, contact Natalie Rock, nrock@loyola.edu. Sponsored by the Center for the Humanities, Education for Life, Student Activities, Catholic Studies, Messina, Honors Program, Film Studies, Global Studies, Office of International Programs, Medieval Studies Minor, Communications, Fine Arts, and Modern Languages & Literatures.

 

 

Ana Gómez-Pérez, Ph.D.
Faculty

Ana Gómez-Pérez, Ph.D.

This associate professor of Spanish and department chair believes Loyola gives students an in-depth education

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