Making Spanish and Global Studies Accessible to All
Fall 2021 Events
Immigration Speaker Series
9/27 @ 6 pm Reporter’s Notebook: Covering Immigration and Identity in the U.S.
Washington Post reporter Ms. Silvia Foster-Frau discusses multiculturalism, immigration, and changing cultural demographics. || Engbretson Hall.
RSVP to attend in person or virtually https://www.eventbrite.es/e/reporters-notebook-covering-immigration-and-identity-in-the-us-tickets-174462741757
10/25 @ 7:30 pm Virtual Movie Night + Discussion Panel
Join us for a virtual movie night at the Chicago International Film Festival. View the film Flee, a Danish animated documentary about the journey of Amin Nawabi who fled Afghanistan and Taliban rule in the 90s, and join a discussion with panel of GSU faculty. || Register to attend: https://forms.gle/qhaD6JnB479mzLTP7. “
10/28 @ 6 pm Peacemaking Theater in Times of Racialized Trauma
Queer Korean-Chilean playwright/director Mr. Kyoung Park sparks a brave conversation on how to address state violence and white supremacy in immigrant communities through peacemaking theater. || Register to attend: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZArc--ppz4sEtSJ9eWYcdmcLc0XRQTJwrhI
11/11 @ 6pm Oral History, Collective Memory, and the Borderlands
Chicano author, teacher, and activist Dr. Carlos Salomon discusses the Arizona and California borderlands region, collective and cultural memory, and his oral history project Bay Area Latin American Migrant Archive. || Register to attend: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtf-qgqzgtHtIk20uDBrdg2Aa4ff_-xPBX
10/2 Field Trip to National Museum of Mexican Art
Participants will visit the Museum's permanent collection along with the annual Day of the Dead exhibit. Depart GSU at 9:00 am, return by 2:00 pm. Transportation from GSU + lunch subsidy included. || Register to attend: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/170204192321
10/19 @ 3pm Voces de Otoño/Voices of Fall Bilingual Poetry Reading with Francis Mateo
This ongoing, biannual event includes a bilingual poetry reading, Q&A, and discussion. Francis Mateo is an actor, poet, and writer based in New York. He will share his poetry and process in conversation with Professor Rey Andújar. || Register to attend: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwvdOGoqTgsE91cKyIT3AlT2EQyqAIzAlJH
Mid-October Chicago International Film Festival Screening. Date and time TBA.
These events are supported by the Department of Education Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language (UISFL) grant. Please contact co-directors Drs. Novia Pagone (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jelena Radovic-Fanta (email@example.com) for inquiries.