Fall 2016 (updated frequently)
September 7, 4pm - Evelyn Chapel Fellowship Hall (lower level)
Dr. Daynalí Flores-Rodríguez will offer a Dialogues Across the Disciplines lecture "New Ways of Engagement - Language Politics and Latino Literature in the Spanish Classroom" with Hispanic Studies major, Sarah O'Rourke ('17) and minor, Amber Stringer ('18). The Dialogues are inspired by the Re-Centering the Humanities grant.
September 15, 7pm - Beckman Auditorium Ames Library
Dr. Christina Isabelli with IES Exchange Student Nury Araya-Veloso and the Spanish Club will present the film Wild Tales
(2014 - Argentina) directed by Damian Szifron. "Inequality, injustice and the demands of the world we live in cause stress and depression for many people. Some of them, however, explode. This is a movie about those people. Vulnerable in the face of a reality that shifts and suddenly turns unpredictable, the characters of Wild Tales cross the thin line that divides civilization and barbarism. A lover's betrayal, a return to the repressed past and the violence woven into everyday encounters drive the characters to madness as they cede to the undeniable pleasure of losing control" (Rotten Tomatoes). This film is part of the International Film Series.
September 15, 7pm - Davidson Room
To kick off Hispanic Heritage Month programming at IWU, the office of Diversity and Inclusion is hosting a presentation on the countries celebrating their Independence Day, followed by a dance performance by the Ballet Folklorico de Central IL. All are invited. This event is part of the Diversity, Dialogue, and Dignity Series (3D Series), a campus-wide collaboration to have engaging and thought-provoking dialogue.
September 22, 4pm - Beckman Auditorium Ames Library
As part of the NIH Traveling Exhibit And There’s the Humor of it: Shakespeare and the Four Humors, Dr. Carolyn Nadeau will participate in the panel discussion, Women in Early Modern Europe. Her presentation, "Treating Sensory Ailments in the Age of Andreas Vesalius," uses both medical treatises and prescriptive domestic manuals to explore the means by which health care providers (from doctors to household matrons) in early modern Spain maintained the physical faculties and, when necessary, cured sensory deprivation brought on by injury or illness.
September 29, 7pm - Beckman Auditorium Ames Library
Dr. Carmela Ferradáns will present the film Even the Rain (2014) directed by Icíar Bollaín. This film is part of the International Film Series.
September 30, 12pm - Cartwright Room**
Come have lunch with Diana Hammer Tscheschlok '01. She is being awarded the Young Alumni award at Homecoming this year, and the Sociology and Anthropology Department has set up a casual brown bag lunch for faculty and students to get some time with her while she's on campus. Questions can be directed to Prof. Burke (email@example.com). Diana's bio: https://www.iwu.edu/homecoming/alumni-award-winners.html
October 4, 4pm - Davidson Room
Faculty Workshop "Culture Shift: Rethinking the Deficit Perspective Toward African American and Latino Students in higher Education". Much of the discourse surrounding
operate from a
highlighting what these
are lacking in their educational journeys. In this presentation Drs. Moises Orozco (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and
Common (Office of Diversity and Inclusion) will discuss existing literature on
and share frameworks that challenge
October 13, 7pm - Beckman Auditorium
Dr. Carmela Ferradáns will present the film El juez y el general (2008) directed by Patricio Lanfranco and Elisabeth Farnswoth. This film is part of the International Film Series.
October 19, 7pm - SFH 102
The office of Diversity and Inclusion is hosting a presentation on the history behind Día De Los Muertos, how to celebrate it without appropriating it, etc., followed by an opportunity to decorate your own sugar skulls at the Multicultural Center House. This event is part of the Diversity, Dialogue, and Dignity Series (3D Series), a campus-wide collaboration to have engaging and thought-provoking dialogue.
October 24, 4pm - Beckman Auditorium
Stephanie Kirk (Washington U., St. Louis) will give a public lecture on Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: A Female Intellectual Confronts the Colonial Mexican Church. The event is part of the Religion Department and Women's and Gender Studies Program. Questions can be directed to Prof. Myscofski (firstname.lastname@example.org)
November 1, 7pm - Multicultural Center House
The office of Diversity and Inclusion will celebrate the Día De Los Muertos. Students will have an opportunity to celebrate the holiday with food, stories, music, and an altar. This event is part of the Diversity, Dialogue, and Dignity Series (3D Series), a campus-wide collaboration to have engaging and thought-provoking dialogue.
**not eligible for the Spn 102 and Spn 201 extracurricular activity requirement