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Respondents: Thangam Ravindranathan (Brown University) and Bridget Keown (GSWS).
How do we teach second languages from a global perspective? What does it mean to go global in the L2 classroom?... View >
How does Humanities scholarship engage with environmentalism? Sustainability? Climate... View >
The study of affect is one of the most exciting and wide-ranging topics to have emerged in the humanities in recent year. It has particularly important implications for the study of gender and... View >
This event is organized by the European Studies Center at Pitt.
Moderator: Giuseppina Mecchia, University of Pittsburgh
Yves Citton, Université Paris 8 Vincennes-... View >
Join us as the first-year graduate students in FRIT and other language departments present their final papers from the first-year Theories course in panel format.
Open to any interested... View >
In Senegal, women deploy significant resources to perform jongé, a set of embodied and discursive practices revolving around womanhood, femininity, and sexuality.... View >
All FRIT faculty and graduate students are welcome to come hear faculty who have developed new courses on new topics talk about them.
How have language faculty created courses around... View >
Participants include Benjamin Brand [German], Kaliane Ung [French], and Marcie Persyn [Classics].
How have faculty in language departments managed classrooms of 50+ students? How do they... View >
Pittsburgh Film and Media Studies Colloquium Series
Jacques Martineau, Olivier Ducastel, Alain Guiraudie, Sébastien Lifshitz and Céline Sciamma. The films of these five major French... View >