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The Department of World Languages and Cultures (WLAC) invites you to attend:

The WLAC International Lectures Series In cooperation with the IUPUI International Festival, Office of International Affairs

The Department of WLAC is hosting a series of lectures by IUPUI faculty and students with the purpose of increasing knowledge and awareness of international issues among our campus community.

February 21st, 2013

10:00am-2:00pm

Campus Center CE 307

 

  • 11:00am               “T'ai Chi and Chinese culture”

    - Dr. Jing Wang, Program in Chinese, World Languages and Cultures

  • 11:30am               "Shaping the Hoosier State: German-American Heritage in Indiana."

    - Dr. Claudia Grossmann and Dr. Dan Nützel, World Languages and Cultures Program in German and Max Kade Center at IUPUI

  • 12:00pm               "Cuba Then and Now: Students' Perspectives on a Study Abroad Trip”

    - Mary Bova, Neoshia Roemer, Aaron Pierce, Jacque Chaffey (IUPUI Spanish Club)

  • 12:30pm               "The Current Afghan Debacle in Historical Perspective"

    - Dr. Eren Tasar, Department of History

  • 1:00pm                 "Global Forces, Local Impacts: 100 Years of Mexican Immigration to Indiana"

    - Dr. Michael Snodgrass, International Studies Program and Department of History

  • 1:30pm                 “Arab Spring”

    - Dr. Amira Mashhour, Program in Arabic, World Languages and Cultures

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