Global Studies & World Languages
The Language & Literature Department has a new Global Studies/World Languages major that is interdisciplinary, offering students a wide range of courses reflecting diversity, world languages and cultures, and perspectives beyond borders. The program is designed for students who aspire to work in an increasingly global culture and economy. It prepares students for transfer to four-year institutions and for careers with an international or global component in government, business and marketing, the non-profit sector, education, or law and social work.
As part of the major, students will need 12 credits in one World Language. Students can choose from seven different languages. Additionally as part of the World Languages offerings, American Sign Language and International Cultures courses are also available.
Latinx Heritage Month | September 15 to October 15, 2020
TED Animation: "Accents"TED-ED collaboration with award-winning animator Robertino Zambrano. This film won the most prestigious international award for animation at the Annecy Animation Festival in 2019 under the Commissioned Films Category.
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Encuentro En El Smithsonian: Rubén Rada Y Pedrito MartínezCan rhythm create a community? Don’t miss this conversation with two renowned master percussionists as they consider the power of the drum to spark connection and transcendence. Moderated by NPR and BBC contributor Betto Arcos.
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Latinx Cultures in the USExplore Latinx Cultures in the US via Google Arts & Culture.
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Latino Americans: Documentary SeriesThe films will chronicle Latinos in the United States from the sixteenth century to the present day. It is a story of people, politics, and culture, large in scale and deep in its reach. The changing and yet repeating context of American history provides a backdrop for the drama of individual lives. It is a story of immigration and redemption, of anguish and celebration, of the gradual construction of a new American identity that connects and empowers millions of people today.
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Beyond the Notes: Hispanic Heritage Month Song Celebration
Wednesday, October 14 / 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Registration RequiredJoin Temple U for a celebration of beautiful songs of the Hispanic repertoire featuring music by Joaquin Rodrigo, Manuel de Falla, Jaime Leon, and Ernesto Lecuona. All programs are free and open to all, and registration is required. Contact Anne Harlow at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
This program will be presented via Zoom.