New Course, “Globalization: Past and Present,” to Debut in Fall 2018

Students registering for Fall 2018 courses may wish to consider the new class, Globalization: Past and Present, taught by Dr. James Boucher, Assistant Professor of French.  This course fulfills the general education requirements in Global Communities, and will take place on Mondays and Wednesdays, 2:05 p.m. – 3:25 p.m., in the Business and Science Building, … Continue reading New Course, “Globalization: Past and Present,” to Debut in Fall 2018

Learn about Race in the Caribbean on Apr. 9

The Department of World Languages and Cultures‘ French Program and the Latin American Studies Program will present “Race in the Caribbean,” an event which will discuss the richness and diversity of Caribbean culture.  Dr. Vanessa Borilot, Assistant Professor of French at Elizabethtown College, will be the guest speaker.  The event will take place on Monday, April 9th, at 11:20 a.m. in … Continue reading Learn about Race in the Caribbean on Apr. 9

Learn about Race in the Caribbean on Mar. 7

The Department of World Languages and Cultures‘ French Program and the Latin American Studies Program will present “Race in the Caribbean,” an event which will discuss the richness and diversity of Caribbean culture.  Dr. Vanessa Borilot, Assistant Professor of French at Elizabethtown College, will be the guest speaker.  The event will take place on Wednesday, … Continue reading Learn about Race in the Caribbean on Mar. 7

Join TMAC on 3/6 for a Forum on “Alternative Facts”

The Teaching Matters and Assessment Center (TMAC) will host “Alternative Facts? A Forum on Speech and Politics in a Post-Truth Era” on Monday, March 6th, from 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. in 401 Penn.  Featured panelists include: Dr. James Brown, Director of the Digital Studies Center and Assistant Professor of English; Dr. Jean-Louis Hippolyte, Associate … Continue reading Join TMAC on 3/6 for a Forum on “Alternative Facts”

MAT in Spanish Webinar Series Continues on 11/16

The Master of Arts in Teaching Spanish will offer the next installment of their webinar series on Wednesday, November 16th.  The presentation, “Concept-Based Instruction for the L2 Classroom: The Case of Ser and Estar,” will be given by Dr. Antoni Fernández Parera of the University of Miami.  The event begins at 6 p.m. in the Armitage … Continue reading MAT in Spanish Webinar Series Continues on 11/16

MAT in Spanish Webinar Series Continues on 10/27

The Master of Arts in Teaching Spanish will offer the next installment of their webinar series on Thursday, October 27th.  The presentation, “Concept-Based Pragmatics Instruction for the L2 Classroom,” will be given by Dr. Rémi A. van Compernolle of Carnegie Mellon University.  The event begins at 6 p.m. in the Armitage Hall Faculty Lounge. This … Continue reading MAT in Spanish Webinar Series Continues on 10/27

Join us for a Writers House Panel Discussion on 10/13

The Writers House will host “Old Wine in New Skins: The Art of Translation,” a panel discussion with three Rutgers–Camden English faculty, Drs. J.T. Barbarese, Rafey Habib, and Aaron Hostetter, who will discuss the challenges and rewards of translating text.  The event begins at Thursday, October 13th, at 4:30 p.m., at the Writers House.  This … Continue reading Join us for a Writers House Panel Discussion on 10/13

Viewing and Discussion of “Changing Face of Harlem” Documentary on 9/29

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Community Leadership Center (CLC) will view the documentary the Changing Face of Harlem, to be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker Shawn Batey, on Thursday, September 29th, from 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Conference Room West AB.  Register by contacting Matthew Closter, Research Associate … Continue reading Viewing and Discussion of “Changing Face of Harlem” Documentary on 9/29