The Italian program of the University of Alabama welcomes you to a talk by Danielle Callegari A Very Human Hunger: Cannibalism and Community in Dante's Divine Comedy Friday, Sep. 24th, 2021 at 11:00 AM CT (12:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM CET) Online via Zoom To attend, please register at: https://uasystem.zoom.us/webinar/register/-WN_kteH8pFNRAm52eXpR9T18g While the moment in which the pilgrim
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
To attend please register at: https://uasystem.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMufuuoqT0qGtFkG-1EvvsiciaDEn7eureS Fred Kuwornu will address issues of diversity and the complexities of representation through the lens of his films. For over a decade, Kuwornu, an Italian-Ghanaian independent scholar, has been involved in narrating and analyzing the experience of the African diaspora in Italy from historical, sociological, and political perspectives, utilizing
Francophone Crossings: Women in Transatlantic Conversations, Part 1 Francophone Crossings brings together the unique and creative voices of Fabienne Kanor (Martinique) and Charline Effah (Gabon) for a two-part program. The program will be moderated by Anny-Dominique Curtius (University of Iowa), Gladys Francis (Georgia State University) and Cheryl Toman (University of Alabama). The first part of
Francophone Crossings brings together the unique and creative voices of Fabienne Kanor (Martinique) and Charline Effah (Gabon) for a two-part program. The program will be moderated by Anny-Dominique Curtius (University of Iowa), Gladys Francis (Georgia State University) and Cheryl Toman (University of Alabama). The second part of the program features Fabienne Kanor that she has
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
The organizing committee of the twelfth annual University of Alabama Languages Conference is pleased to welcome all abstract submissions for this year's conference. UALC 2022 Final Call for Papers deadline is January 10th. Registration is now open for the virtual conference which will take place February 25th to 26th, 2022.