On March 13 Fordham University’s Spanish Professor Carey Kasten and the students enrolled in her current course on the Spanish Civil War visited the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives at the Tamiment Library at NYU. We had the opportunity to examine authentic documents from the war, such as posters, photographs, letters and drawings that the volunteers in the Lincoln Brigade sent home. Prof. James Fernández, Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at NYU, led us through our tour of ALBA’s materials. He was accompanied by Kate Donovan, Instruction Librarian at the Tamiment, as well as Marina Garde, Executive Director of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives.
- March 30 at 5 pm (Law 5-03): “Soviet Daughter, Graphic Revolution”
- Dr. Sarah Grey talks about her new research, “Foreign-accented Speaker Identity Affects Neural Correlates of Language Comprehension” published in the May 2017 Journal of Neurolinguistics
- April 24 at Albertine bookstore: Prix d’Eloquence 2017
- April 11 at 2:30 pm (RH): Screening of A Thousand and One Journeys followed by a Q&A with the director
- April 7 at 11:30 am (Ke-120): “El Cuerpo Bajo Sospecha,” A lecture by Javier Guerrero