Join us for an evening of conversation and bilingual readings from the award-winning novel Small Country, and songs with the socially engaged wordsmith, rapper, composer and novelist, Gaël Faye.
We encourage prospective MA students interested in pursuing studies in language, literature and translation to come, ask questions and discuss any plans with the MALLT representatives who will be at the Graduate School's Open House on November 1, from 5-7 […]
On Tuesday November 27, 2018 in the Language Oasis (CRT 187), starting at 6:30pm, the Program in French and Francophone Studies joins with the Alliance française of Milwaukee to live-stream Pascal Brice's talk: "Welcoming the Refugees: Lessons of the European Crisis from a French Perspective" from the University of Chicago. We will be able to send a couple of questions to be answered during the Q&A.
Free and open to the public.
"Bringing Memory Home or a Journey of Rebuilding: The Digital Repatriation of the Archive of Radio Haïti-Inter" Dr. Laura Wagner Friday January 25, 2018 AGSL, 3rd Floor, Golda Meir Library 2:30-3:30pm: " Bringing Memory Home: The Digital Repatriation of the […]
The French program & IWA welcome Azouz Begag, sociologist, novelist & French Minister for the Promotion of Equal Opportunity. Azouz Begag will be presenting reading in both English and French from his latest works. This event is free and open to the public.
Join us for this five day event and engage with executives and leaders at some of Milwaukee’s most dynamic workplaces, including Northwestern Mutual, City of Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Bucks and more! Explore careers and the rapidly changing world of work […]
Please join us for a collective homage to the victims of the Rwandan genocide, followed by a discussion of the warning signs of genocide and a screening of the film Sometimes in April. This event is open to the public.
Join us for a screening of Rwanda 94, a film developed with the survivors and victims of the 1994 genocide of Tutsi in Rwanda. The film is composed of live witness accounts, spoken and sung choirs, musical compositions, projections of images and reports, and theatrical fiction with actors, masks and puppets. Free and open to the public - come when and as long as you wish.
Italian artist and publisher Vincenzo Pezzella will present his series of artist books and the creative process he follows. He will also share the vision and intellectual impetus behind the Archivio Dedalus small press and discuss the challenges and rewards of running an independent publishing company.