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Dansereau publishes new book

Diane Dansereau, Associate Professor of French, is pleased to
announce the publication of her new book Variations Stylistiques:

cours de grammaire avancée with Yale University Press. This
advanced-level grammar text/reference book is based on extensive
linguistic studies and differs from traditional grammars by
concentrating on the more natural and appropriate forms employed
by native speakers, rather than teaching prescribed forms. By
learning these stylistic variations, students of French will better
comprehend Francophone speakers/writers and advance their own proficiency levels
closer to those of a native speaker.

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Being Latino: The Colorado Experience Fall 2015, SPAN 1111

I would like to share with you the work of my First Year Seminar – Being Latin@: The Colorado Experience students. Here is our digital newspaper: https://issuu.com/yohainnaabdala/docs/newpaperultima Being Latino: The Colorado Experience Fall 2015 issuu.com This newspaper was created by the students of the First Year Seminar SPAN 1111 - Being Latino: The Colorado Experience. Professor: Yohainna Abdala-Mesa Ph.D. 

Here is our Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dto4ihZJCs0 SPAN1111 - Being Latin@: The Colorado Experience www.youtube.com This video was filmed on our last day of SPAN 1111 Being Latino: The Colorado Experience class, Dec. 6, 2015

 

Gabriel García Márquez Cultural Week

Come Join us to Celebrate the Life and Works of Gabriel García Márquez

Films, Readings, and Presentations by International Critics and CU Students

November 10th, 12th, and 13th, 2015

Facebook:  Gmg CulturalWeek

Brochure with the detailed schedule of events

Poster with the invitation for the event



 
Jenkins on the future of the Spanish language

Rapid changes in the use of the Spanish language in the Southwest may lead to the language's extinction in coming decades in the region unless bilingualism is accepted and promoted, according to Devin Jenkins, Associate Professor of Spanish and Modern Languages Department Chair. In this interview,  Jenkins discusses is research which has found that in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico, areas with a large population of Spanish and Mexican descent, the use of Spanish is no longer growing.

Is Spanish language dying in the U.S. Southwest? One expert thinks so

Fox News Latino, Jan 7


 

 
María Luisa Fernandez Martinez Publishes New Book!
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El medio fotográfico en la narrativa de Antonio Muñoz Molina
En la narrativa de Antonio Muñoz Molina, las fotografías preceden con frecuencia a los personajes e incluso los reemplazan. Las instantáneas acentúan la importancia del azar y de los actos mínimos, alteran la noción lineal del tiempo y destacan ciertos momentos a los que se vuelve desde el presente de la narración. Estimulan o suplantan la memoria y suponen el punto de partida de múltiples invenciones. Constituyen, en definitiva, un filtro que orienta la lectura. Este libro explora la articulación de un universo textual que se origina en una intersección incesante entre lo fotográfico y lo narrativo.
 
 




 
Mary DeForest's Westword Article

Bollard Returns to Modern Languages 

 


Dia de los Muertos Altar

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     "Food Metaphors" (SPAN 3225) :
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    Receta -- Tortilla española de patatas con Oriol Casañas 3 Febrero 2016 (1).jpg


      

 
Andrés Lema-Hincapié on the small screen.

¡Dígalo Bien!