Schweizerabend

329 Lloyd Hall

Join us as we celebrate Switzerland. We will discuss the language, culture, and all things that make Switzerland great. There will be some fun trivia and discussions to be had. The evening will be in German and English, so all levels are welcome. RSVP Introduction will be given by Fabienne Egli, Coordinator Public Diplomacy &

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Filmabend

329 Lloyd Hall

Spring 2021 Events Each indoor event has 24 seats. Event will follow proper COVID distancing guidelines. Masks required.  

LA ÚLTIMA LETRA presents CELEBRATION OF INTERNATIONAL DAY OF WOMEN WRITERS

Gorgas Library 205 , United States

LULEScritorasFlyerENG Thursday, 14 of October, 11:30 am-1 pm in Yellowhammer Room, Gorgas Library (zoom link at bottom for those who cannot attend in person) *lunch included for the first 50 attendees  Please come join us to celebrate our distinguished guest Rosa Montero Given her spectacular career of over 40 years as both journalist and famous writer, Rosa

Reception in honor of Malian writer, Safiatou Ba

205 Gorgas Library

You are invited to reception in honor of Malian writer, Safiatou Ba on Thursday, November 11 from 4-5:30 p.m. in the Camellia Room of Gorgas Library (use the main entrance across from Denny Chimes; Camellia is to the right).   Safiatou Ba is the author of five creative works that include novels and short stories. She

AIZEN/University of Alabama International Conference

Call for Papers For the 30th Anniversary AIZEN International Literature, Film, and Interdisciplinary Studies Conference in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 2022 AIZEN/University of Alabama International Conference: “Émile Zola, Naturalism, and Protest” Émile Zola, lifelong champion of minorities, workers, and the poor, wrote muckraking novels which sought to further the cause of social equality and to effect real