Spring 2015 Calendar of Events

French Language Table

January 21, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

January 22, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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French Language Table

January 28, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

January 29, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Film Screening: Charlie Hebdo Documentary, "C'est Dur D'être Aimé Par Des Cons"

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January 30, 2015 7:00 PM  – 9:30 PM
Visual Arts Center, Kresge Auditorium

In the aftermath of the attacks in Paris at the beginning of this month, the Bowdoin French Club, the Famille Francophone, will be holding a public screening of Daniel Leconte's 2008 documentary, C'est Dur D'être Aimé Par Des Cons (“It’s tough being loved by jerks”). The film follows the 2006 court case that was brought against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in the wake of their decision to publish cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad. It will be shown in French with English subtitles, with discussion to follow in English.  

The movie offers fascinating and unprecedented insight behind the scenes at this controversial publication. It also raises important questions about free speech and satire in France, a country with very different laws concerning freedom of expression. The discussion will provide an opportunity to reflect on these questions as well as the social and political consequences of recent events.

The Bowdoin Famille Francophone (aka “Bowdoin French Club”) is a student-run organization operating under the auspices of the Bowdoin Student Government. It seeks to promote Francophone values, culture and interests to the wider Bowdoin College community.

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Tavola Italiana (Italian Table)

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February 2, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:00 PM
Thorne Hall, Mitchell South

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French Language Table

February 4, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

February 5, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Sherryl Vint: "To Seek Out New Worlds: Science Fiction in a Global Perspective"

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February 5, 2015 7:00 PM  – 9:00 PM
Moulton Union, Main Lounge

Sherryl Vint is professor of Science Fiction Media Studies at the University of California, Riverside, where she co-directs the Science Fiction and Technoculture Studies program. She is the author and/or editor of several books, including Bodies of Tomorrow (2007), Animal Alterity (2010), The Wire (2013), Science Fiction: A Guide to the Perplexed (2014), and The Routledge Concise History of Science Fiction (2011, with Mark Bould). She co-edits the journals Science Fiction Film and Television and Science Fiction Studies.

Her talk will present an overview of science fiction in a global context, exploring the ways common science fiction icons appear differently when embedded in multiple local contexts, and will discuss the significance of the recent explosion of science fiction across the globe. 

This event is free and open to the public.  For more information contact Arielle Saiber at asaiber@bowdoin.edu.  

Sponsored by the Departments of Romance Languages and English and the Cinema Studies and Gender and Women's Studies Programs.

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French Language Table

February 11, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

February 12, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Tavola Italiana (Italian Table)

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February 16, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:00 PM
Thorne Hall, Mitchell South

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Second Annual World Cinema Festival: 'The German Doctor' - with Carolyn Wolfenzon

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February 17, 2015 7:00 PM  – 10:00 PM
Sills Hall, Smith Auditorium

Patagonia, 1960. A German doctor meets an Argentinean family and joins them on a long desert road to a small town where they will be starting a new life. Eva, Enzo and their three children welcome the doctor into their home and entrust their young daughter, Lilith to his care, not knowing they are harboring one of the most dangerous criminals in the world and that Israeli agents are desperately looking to bring him to justice. 

The German Doctor (Lucía Puenzo, Argentina, 2013) is the true story of the family who lived with Josef Mengele, the German SS officer known as the "Angel of Death," without knowing his true identity. It also follows the girl who fell in love with one of the most heinous criminals of all time in the years he spent "hiding" in South America following his escape from Germany. 

Presented by Carolyn Wolfenzon, assistant professor of romance languages.

Bowdoin’s World Cinema Festival offers a varied program of important contemporary narrative and documentary films from around the world with post-screening discussions moderated by faculty and students. 

The public is welcomed at no charge and tickets are not required.

The 2nd Annual World Cinema Festival is sponsored by the Blythe Bickel Edwards Fund, the Latin American Studies Program, the Asian Studies Program, the Africana Studies Program, the Russian Department, the Romance Languages Department, the English Department, MacMillan House, the Bowdoin Film Society, and the Cinema Studies Program.

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French Language Table

February 18, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

February 19, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Second Annual World Cinema Festival: 'Loose Cannons' - with Davida Gavioli

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February 21, 2015 7:00 PM  – 10:00 PM
Sills Hall, Smith Auditorium

Tommaso visits his family in Southern Italy to announce his plans to be a writer rather than take over their pasta-making business...and to tell them that he’s gay. But his older brother, Antonio, beats him to the punch with an unexpected announcement of his own, literally giving their father a heart attack. Tommaso must now play the dutiful son, until his boyfriend and their friends pay him a surprise visit and threaten to upend everything.

Loose Cannons / Mine Vaganti (Ferzan Ozpetek, Italy, 2010) is presented by Davida Gavioli, Senior Lecturer in Italian, and MacMillan House.

Bowdoin’s World Cinema Festival offers a varied program of important contemporary narrative and documentary films from around the world with post-screening discussions moderated by faculty and students. 

The public is welcomed at no charge and tickets are not required.

The 2nd Annual World Cinema Festival is sponsored by the Blythe Bickel Edwards Fund, the Latin American Studies Program, the Asian Studies Program, the Africana Studies Program, the Russian Department,the German Department, the Romance Languages Department, the English Department, MacMillan House, the Bowdoin Film Society, and the Cinema Studies Program.

 
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French Language Table

February 25, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

February 26, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Portland Playback Theater: "Letting the World In: Stories of Discovery"

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February 26, 2015 7:00 PM  – 8:30 PM
Sills Hall, Smith Auditorium

The Portland Playback Theater comes to campus for a wonderful evening of storytelling and improv theater! This troupe of highly-trained, multi-talented actors featuring Erin Curren, visiting lecturer in French, will "playback" audience stories of discovery, difficulty, culture, realization and more. The group joins the art of improvisation with real-life stories spontaneously shared by members of the audience. Using movement, dialogue and music, the actors seek to honor the countless moments and events that shape our lives. 

Portland Playback Theatre Company was founded in Portland, Maine in 2005. The Playback Theatre style models transformation; a new way to relate to the world. When trained playback practitioners enact a story told by a member of the audience, a deep bond of understanding is established between the “teller” and the audience. Playback helps people see their common humanity. When people join together in sharing their stories and watching the re-enactments, it engenders an ability to focus on commonalities rather then judgments of otherness.  

Hosted by the Off Campus Study office, along with the McKeen Center and other offices on campus.

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Lawrence Principe: "Science Before Science" Symposium and Plenary Lecture

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February 26, 2015 7:30 PM  – 9:00 PM
Moulton Union, Main Lounge

Lawrence Principe is a professor of the history of science and technology and a professor of chemistry at Johns Hopkins University. His research specialization lies in exploring and understanding early modern (1500-1750) chymistry, a term intended to include both what we call “chemistry” and “alchemy” in a time before there existed any clear distinction between the two. He is the author of several scholarly monographs, including The Aspiring Adept: Robert Boyle and His Alchemical Quest and Alchemy Tried in the Fire: Starkey, Boyle, and the Fate of Helmontian Chymistry. He has also written for a general audience, with books like The Scientific Revolution: A Very Short Introduction published by Oxford University Press in 2011, and The Secrets of Alchemy published by the University of Chicago Press in 2013.

Open to the public free of charge. For more information, please contact the Department of English at 207-725-3552. 

Organized by the Medieval and Early Modern Studies program (MEMS)
Sponsored by the Andrew Mellon Foundation

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Dancer and Choreographer Chantal Loïal: 'On t'appelle Venus (They Call You Venus)'

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February 28, 2015 7:00 PM  – 9:00 PM
Visual Arts Center, Kresge Auditorium

In her performance piece, On t'appelle Venus, choreographer and dancer Chantal Loial pays tribute to Sawtche (1789-1819), known as the Black Venus, who had been brought to France in the nineteenth century by a "tamer" who prostituted her and exploited her as a circus freak. Swatche's body, deemed abnormal, fascinated the European imagination. After she died, scientists dissected her body and displayed it at the Musee de l'Homme in Paris, all in the name of scientific and anthropological progress. Through this artistic expression of her body, Chantal Loial invites us to think of feminine body and the norms we use to draw laws about both the body and beauty.

Loial created her dance company in 1994. She began dancing her native Afro-Guadeloupean traditional dances at age seven and went on to become a professional choreographer and dancer, earning her diploma in contemporary dance at the National Dance Centre of Pantin, France in 2008. She reinterprets traditional Caribbean and African dances that she mixes with European ballet and other forms of dance. In 2014, Loïal received the highest French Order, the National Order of the Legion of Honor for her work in the Arts (Knight of the Legion of Honor).

Open to the public free of charge.

For more information, contact Hanétha Vété-Congolo at mvete@bowdoin.edu.

Sponsored by the Andrew Mellon Foundation (Mellon Humanities Initiative).

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Tavola Italiana (Italian Table)

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March 2, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:00 PM
Thorne Hall, Mitchell South

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Film Screening: 'The Man From Oran' with Director, Actor, and Screenwriter Lyes Salem

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March 2, 2015 7:00 PM  – 10:00 PM
Visual Arts Center, Kresge Auditorium

Corruption in political life, falsification of historical facts, personal loss, and thirst for power are all dealt with remarkable lucidity and conviction in Algerian filmmaker Lyes Salem's The Man From Oran (L'Oranais), a haunting political drama laced with the agony and angst of men and women who lived through the Algerian Revolution. 

Djaffar, the main character and “man from Oran,” has no interest in the liberation movement until he finds himself involved with his friend Hamid in the murder of a French farmer. By the time they manage to run away, Djaffar's beloved wife has been raped by the farmer’s son as a vendetta. She will give birth to a son of her own and die in despair. 

All of this is kept in secret from Djaffar until after the war when he returns home a hero. He accepts the boy as his own, but asks everybody to act as if the rape never occurred and Hamid--now a minister in the new government--helps him rewrite his story. But year after year they grow apart and their deliberate falsification of history has terrible consequences for them, their friends and families, and for the country. The movie enumerates through Djaffar's life how tragic separations, breakdown of families, small sacrifices and strong selfish desires change the tone and tenor of a society.

This event is sponsored by the Department of Romance Languages, the Cinema Studies Program and the Blythe Bickel Edwards Fund.


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French Language Table

March 4, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

March 5, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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French Language Table

March 25, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

March 26, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Gone to the Dogs: Heroism and Parody in "So Quiet on the Canine Front" a discussion with Jakub Kazecki

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March 30, 2015 2:30 PM  – 4:00 PM
Sills Hall, Smith Auditorium

Jakub Kazecki, Assistant Professor of German
Department of German & Russian Studies, Bates College

Monday, March 30 at 2:30 in Smith Auditorium, Sill Hall

The 1930 American war movie All Quiet on the Western Front by Lewis Milestone, a faithful adaptation of the novel Im Westen nichts Neues by the German author Erich Maria Remarque, became a big hit in the United States and Great Britain. In the Weimar Republic, the political right accused the film of anti-German sentiment and, as was the case with the novel published a year earlier, of a distorted portrayal of the war, but the impact of the movie on the German audience was very significant nevertheless. The adaptation, made with a large budget and care for detail, created narrative images of combat and stylistic solutions in the depiction of war that, consequently, became visual marks of the Great War, easily recognizable icons and figures of remembrance of the conflict. As a standard-setting war production, All Quiet on the Western Front also provoked a number of humorist responses. Professor Kazecki will discuss the short 1931 movie A Dogville Comedy: So Quiet on the Canine Front by Zion Myers and Jules White, as a film parody of the movie All Quiet on the Western Front, with trained dogs playing all characters and dubbed by voice actors.

Sponsored by the departments of German, Romance Languages and the Cinema Studies Program.

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Tavola Italiana (Italian Table)

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March 30, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:00 PM
Thorne Hall, Mitchell South

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Lisa Yaszek: "Afrofuturism as Global Science Fiction?"

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April 1, 2015 7:00 PM  – 8:30 PM
Moulton Union, Lancaster Lounge

Lisa Yaszek explores the global aspects and movement of science fiction over the past two centuries through the focusing lens of Afrofuturism. As a mode of aesthetic practice characterized by the use of science fictional tropes and narrative technique to investigate the necessary relations of science, technology, and race, Afrofuturism has been deployed by artists across media to recover lost African and Afrodiasporic histories and to imagine rich, racially-diverse worlds of tomorrow that oppose the white-washed futures implicit in much first-world scientific and economic rhetoric. 

Yaszek begins her talk with a brief overview of Afrofuturism and its
relation to genre science fiction. She then considers the evolution of
Afrofuturism from its roots in nineteenth-century African-American utopian and military fiction to its integration with mid-twentieth- century Western science fiction and its current spread across the Atlantic seaboard and Africa itself. Taken together, the stories, films, and comics produced by black men and women over the past 200 years demonstrates both the global nature of race relations in the modern era and the centrality of science and technology to the production of these relations.

Lisa Yaszek is a professor of science fiction studies a the School of Literature, Media and Communication at Georgia Tech, where she also serves as the director of the SciFi@Tech. She is the past president of the Science Fiction Research Association, and her research interests include science fiction, cultural history, critical race and gender studies, and science and technical studies. Her books include Galactic Suburbia: Recovering Women's Science Fiction, (Ohio State University Press, 2008), and she co-edited the Configurations special double issue on science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson (Winter-Spring 2012), among other publications. She is currently completing an anthology on women's work in the early science fiction community and serving as associate producer for the science fiction film Rite of Passage.

This event is open to the public and is free of charge.

For more information, contact Arielle Saiber (asaiber@bowdoin.edu).

Sponsored by the Departments of Romance Languages, English and Africana Studies and the Cinema Studies Program.

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Spanish Language Table

April 2, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Francophone Film Festival - 'In The House' (Dans La Maison)

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April 2, 2015 7:00 PM  – 9:00 PM
Sills Hall, Smith Auditorium

A sixteen-year-old boy insinuates himself into the house of a fellow student from his literature class and writes about it in essays for his French teacher. Faced with this gifted and unusual pupil, the teacher rediscovers his enthusiasm for his work, but the boy's intrusion will unleash a series of uncontrollable events. 

Directed by Francois Ozon and based on the play The Boy in the Last Row by Juan Mayorga, the film was awarded the main prize at the 2012 San Sebastian International Film Festival, the Golden Shell, as well as the Jury Prize for Best Screenplay.

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Francophone Film Festival: 'Ernest and Celestine'

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April 3, 2015 7:00 PM  – 9:00 PM
Visual Arts Center, Beam Classroom

There is a world of where the Bears live above ground in their cities and the rodents live below in in their underground ones in mutual fear and hate. However, Celestine, an apprentice mouse dentist, finds at least momentary common cause with Ernest, a poor street Bear musician, that gets them rejected from both their respective worlds.

Even in the face of misfortune, the exiles find a growing friendship between themselves as their respective talents flower because of it. Yet despite this, their quietly profound challenge to the founding prejudices of their worlds cannot be ignored as the authorities track them down. When that happens, Ernest and Celestine must stand up for their love in the face of such bigotry and achieve the impossible.

Based on a series of children's books of the same name, the film was selected to be screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, as part of the TIFF Kids programme at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, and at the 2013 Hong Kong International Film Festival. It was selected for the grand competition at feature film edition of the 2013 World festival of animated film Animafest Zagreb and was screened as the opening film. The film received widespread critical acclaim, and became the first animated film to win the Magritte Award for Best Film.

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Francophone Film Festival: 'Ernest and Celestine' (Children's Matinee)

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April 4, 2015 10:00 AM  – 12:00 PM
Sills Hall, Smith Auditorium

There is a world of where the Bears live above ground in their cities and the rodents live below in in their underground ones in mutual fear and hate. However, Celestine, an apprentice mouse dentist, finds at least momentary common cause with Ernest, a poor street Bear musician, that gets them rejected from both their respective worlds.

Even in the face of misfortune, the exiles find a growing friendship between themselves as their respective talents flower because of it. Yet despite this, their quietly profound challenge to the founding prejudices of their worlds cannot be ignored as the authorities track them down. When that happens, Ernest and Celestine must stand up for their love in the face of such bigotry and achieve the impossible.

Based on a series of children's books of the same name, the film was selected to be screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, as part of the TIFF Kids programme at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, and at the 2013 Hong Kong International Film Festival. It was selected for the grand competition at feature film edition of the 2013 World festival of animated film Animafest Zagreb and was screened as the opening film. The film received widespread critical acclaim, and became the first animated film to win the Magritte Award for Best Film.

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Tavola Italiana (Italian Table)

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April 6, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:00 PM
Thorne Hall, Mitchell South

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Noliwe Rooks: "Because What is Beautiful is Good: Erasing Race and Selling Feminism in the Dove Campaign for Real Beauty"

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April 6, 2015 7:00 PM  – 9:00 PM
Visual Arts Center, Kresge Auditorium

This talk explores the role that Black women played at the beginning and the end of the first international Dove brand "real beauty" campaign and how and why that campaign used feminism as an advertising tool.

Noliwe Rooks is currently an Associate Professor in Africana Studies and Feminist, Gender, Sexuality Studies at Cornell University where she is also the Director of Graduate Studies in Africana Studies. She is an interdisciplinary scholar whose work explores the racial implications of beauty, fashion and adornment as well as the way race and gender both impact and are impacted by popular culture, social history and political life in the United States.

Rooks is the author of three books. The first, Hair Raising: Beauty, Culture and African American Women (1996, Rutgers University Press) won both the 1997 Choice Award for Outstanding Academic Book, and the Public Library Associations 1997 award for Outstanding University Press Book. Her second book, Ladies Pages: African American Women's Magazines and the Culture that Made Them (Rutgers University Press) was published in 2004. Her most recent book, White Money/Black Power: African American Studies and the Crises of Race in Higher Education was published in 2006 with Beacon Press.

She has two forthcoming edited collections: "Black Fashion: Gender. Art. Politics" a special issue of NKA: Journal of Contemporary Art, Duke University Press, Fall 2015, No. 37 and Women and Magazines in the 21st Century: Race, Writing and New Media (Under Consideration). Her current book project is about the politics of race and economics of K-12 education in the United States and tentatively titled, Apartheid in America and Why it Matters That We Have Reached the Beginning of the End of Public Education.

Open to the public free of charge.

For more information, contact Hanetha Vete-Congolo at mvete@bowdoin.edu.

Sponsored by the Andrew Mellon Foundation (Mellon Humanities Initiative).

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French Language Table

April 8, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

April 9, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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French Language Table

April 15, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

April 16, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Tavola Italiana (Italian Table)

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April 20, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:00 PM
Thorne Hall, Mitchell South

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Poet, Novelist, and Playwright Carmen Boullosa: "My Roots"

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April 21, 2015 6:30 PM  – 8:30 PM
Hubbard Hall, Room 208 Thomas F. Shannon Room

Carmen Boullosa is one of Mexico's leading poets, novelists, and playwrights. The prolific author, who has had literally scores of books, essays and dissertations written about her, will join us to talk about the literary roots that have nourished her, including Mexican authors Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, Rosario Castellanos, and writers of international renown. She will also explore the impact of influences that were forced on youth of her generation, from the nuns who ran her elementary school to the established gender roles of Latin America.

Boullosa (Mexico City, 1954) has published seventeen novels, the most recent being Texas: The Great Theft (Alfaguara, English translation by Samantha Schnee at Deep Vellum) and Las Paredes Hablan (Siruela). She received the Xavier Villaurrutia Prize in Mexico, the Anna Seghers and Liberaturpreis in Germany, and the Cafe Gijon Prize of Madrid. She has been a Guggenheim Fellow, a Cullman Center Fellow, and is a FONCA fellow.

She held the Andres Bello Chair at New York University, and the Alfonso Reyes Chair at La Sorbonne. In addition to being a distinguished professor at Georgetown University and Columbia University, Boullosa taught at City College New York for years. She hosts the five times NY-EMMY winner TV show Nueva York.

This lecture is generously funded by the Anne Talbots Cole Lectureship Fund with support from the Latin American Studies Program and Romance Languages.

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French Language Table

April 22, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

April 23, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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French Language Table

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April 29, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Spanish Language Table

April 30, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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Tavola Italiana (Italian Table)

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May 4, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:00 PM
Thorne Hall, Mitchell South

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French Language Table

May 6, 2015 5:30 PM  – 7:30 PM
Thorne Hall, Pinette Dining Room

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