DML News

Grant Tracey- Film Showing Join L&L's Grant Tracey on select Thursdays this semester at the Hearst Center for free film screenings and discussions of film noir, Method-acting realism, early filmmakers, and indie cinema. Tracey will lead a question-and-answer period at the conclusion of each movie. Open to the public. Click here for more information.

 


Ain't No HarmWednesday, February 11, at 3:00 PM, Jeffrey Copeland of the Department of Languages and Literatures will be discussing his new book, Ain't No Harm to Kill the Devil. The event will take place in the Faculty Exchange, Bartlett Hall 1017.

 


 

scholarshipsFebruary 15, 2015 is the deadline for current L&L students wishing to apply for endowed scholarships.  Click here for more details.

 


FTRS Spring 2015A new semester brings a new slate of featured readers to FTRS!  Click here to find out about all the events.

 


Book Language, Immigration and Labor

L&L's Elise DuBord has published a new book, Language, Immigration and Labor: Negotiating Work in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands (Palgrave/MacMillan). Click here to find out more.

 


Spanish Heritage SpeakersFind out why UNI is the best school in Iowa for Spanish Heritage Speakers. Click here to learn more and consider taking Spanish for Heritage Speakers (SPAN 3006, MWF 11) in the Spring 2015 semester.

 


 

North American ReviewThe North American Review's Bicentennial Creative Writing & Literature Conference will be held at UNI from June 11-13, 2015. Keynote speakers are Martín Espada, Patricia Hampl and Steven Schwartz. Click here for more details.


 

French minorThe Interdisciplinary French Studies minor is slated to begin Fall 2014. Click here to find out more about the minor and about joining a French Learning Community at UNI.

 


 

Vonnegut's WorldUNI student writers are publishing parallel stories (a.k.a. “fan fiction”) for Amazon Kindle’s “World of Kurt Vonnegut.” Click here for more information.

 


 

FTRS Spring 2014This semester's featured readers are (l to r): Timothy Fay, Vince Gotera, Letitia Moffitt, and Larry Baker. Click here for more.

 


 

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