Reception for Cover to Cover Faculty Book Exhibit

The Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center downtown has another Cover to Cover Faculty Book Exhibit on Thursday, August 31at 5:00 PM.  Two of MLC’s authors and their works will be featured:  Dr. O’Rourke and her co-edited The Handbook of Hispanic Linguistics (Wiley-Blackwell) and Dr. K. Summers and his monograph Morality After Calvin: Theodore Beza’s Christian

Lecture: Queer Studies in Threatening Times

324 Lloyd Hall

A free public talk by Dr. Donald Hall, Herbert and Ann Siegel Dean of Arts and Sciences and Professor of English at Lehigh University, reception to follow.

Dr. Kraemer workshop on task-based learning

Dr. Angelika Kraemer, Executive Associate Director of the Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA) at Michigan State University, will give a workshop on "Task-Based Language Teaching and Learning" February 1, 2018 3:30 to 5:30 pm 203 BB Comer Hall  

Exotic Food Tasting Trip (EFTT)

200 BB Comer B. B. Comer, Tuscaloosa

We offer a tasting of different countries’ EXOTIC foods, made by students from all around the world. Come and join UA students/community to share, enjoy, learn and appreciate global environment and cultural diversity.

Meet & Greet Reception

205 Gorgas Library

Beginning of the year Meet and Greet reception -  All MLC faculty, graduate students and staff are welcome for introductions and refreshments. Hope to see you there!

Dr. Sujin Pak: How Luther Changed the Way We Read the Bible

3031 Houser Hall

Dr. Pak, Professor of Church History and Academic Dean at Duke Divinity School, specializes in Jewish-Christian relations in the Middle Ages and Reformation and the role of women in the same periods. Come join us as Dr. Pak examines key social and intellectual factors that shaped the reformer's engagement with the biblical text.