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Rushton Lecture in Literature: Simon Gikandi (Princeton U)

Mon, February 9, 5pm – 6pm

Minor Hall (map)

"The Slave and the Language of Death" by Professor Simon Gikandi (Princeton University). 5 p.m. Minor Hall Auditorium, Monday, February 9th Co-sponsored by the Department of English and the Carter G. Woodson Institute Simon Gikandi is Robert Schirmer Professor of English at Princeton University and editor of PMLA, the official journal of the Modern Languages Association (MLA). His major Fields of Research and Teaching are the Anglophone Literatures and Cultures of Africa, India, the Caribbean, and Postcolonial Britain, the “Black” Atlantic and the African Diaspora. He is also interested in the encounter between European and African languages in the modern period, literature and human rights, and writing and cultural politics. He is the author of many award winning books and articles.


Department of Psychology 2014-15 Colloquium Series - Renee Baillargeon, Univ of IL

Fri, February 6, 3:30pm – 5:00pm

Gilmer Hall (map)

Department of Psychology 2014-15 Colloquium Series presents Renee Baillargeon University of Illinois "Early Sociomoral Reasoning" Friday, February 6, 2015 3:30pm Gilmer 190


UVA Launches Institute of World Languages

The University of Virginia recently kicked off its latest in a series of interdisciplinary programs with the official opening of the Institute of World Languages.

For more information on the institute, visit

Islam Awareness Month

March 19th - April 9th is Islam Awareness Month



Spring Education Abroad Fair

Wednesday, Jan 21, 2015 - 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Newcomb South Meeting Room

The Spring Education Abroad fair will be hosted on January 21 from 11-2 in the Newcomb South Meeting Room. Be sure to check it out!



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