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Las agendas culturales son actividades que se desarrollan a lo largo del semestre con el fin de incentivar a los estudiantes, profesores, directivos y cualquier miembro de la comunidad universitaria el habla de una segunda lengua. En estas actividades los docentes expositores presentarán mayormente temas de la cultura de su país nativo (Japón, Italia, China, Alemania, USA, Gales, Gran Bretaña), entre otros temas de interés.

 


Agenda cultural mayo


 

Lesson Learned in Spanish Libraries: Conclusions Regarding Science Fiction

Descripción: During "Lesson Learned in Spanish Libraries: Conclusions Regarding Science Fiction", I will present and discuss conclusions I reached regarding definitions of English and Spanish language science language during my doctoral program in Estudios Literarios in the Complutense University of Madrid. To organize my commentary, I will present sections lifted from my doctoral thesis conclusions.

Profesor: Steven Mcclain

Fecha: Miercoles, 5 de mayo.

Hora: 10:30 a.m.

Zoom ID: 825 4356 1939

 

Toxic Masculinity in American Culture

Descripción: This presentation will help provide a clearer idea of what toxic masculinity is, and how it impacts male-presenting Americans. We will also dispel some myths of the meaning of the concept and discuss how it affects female-presenting Americans and ties to Feminism.

Profesor: Kaleigh Newton

Fecha: Jueves, 06 de mayo.

Hora: 03:30 p.m.

Zoom ID: 843 3026 2546

 

 

The Two Sides of the Coin of the Roaring Twenties: A Reading of Fitzgerald 's novel The Great Gatsby.

Descripción: The Roaring Twenties, also known as the Jazz Age, the Flapper Era, or the Golden Twenties, among others, refers to a period of dramatic social, political, and economic changes that mark the lifestyle and worldview of the American society in the 1920’s. However, this golden time turned out to be a false discourse, as evidenced in the classic novel The Great Gatsby. This literary piece portrays a completely different version of what one might think of the era: social and economic equality is a myth, women empowerment is annulled and ridiculed, the American Dream is an illusion, and multiculturalism is inexistent.

 

Profesor: Dewi Heru

Fecha: Martes, 11 de mayo.

Hora: 03:30 p.m.

Zoom ID:  812 8758 4637

 
           

What’s your story?: The Role of Literature in your life.

Descripción: Reading fiction can take you to other unimaginable worlds, more importantly a world away from the pandemic. In this session we will discover how literature has shaped your perspective on life and your cultural understanding. You will have the opportunity to tell your own story through a creative writing workshop. Each student that participates will be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win an award winning book.

 

Profesor: Martha Delgado

Fecha: Jueves, 13 de mayo.

Hora: 02:30 p.m.

Zoom ID:  841 7336 7987

 

 

 

 

 
           

 

 

 

     

 

        

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