Posted in January 2013

Horizons of Knowledge Lecture: Dr. Luis Ortiz – “Languages in Contact – Spanish & Haitian Creole: Acquisition of Interface Phenomena among Bilinguals”

March 1, 2013 | TBA | 4-5PM Horizons of Knowledge Department of Spanish & Portuguese, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and School of Environmental and Public Affairs presents:  Dr. Luis Ortiz (Universidad de Puerto Rico) “Languages in Contact – Spanish and Haitian Creole: Acquisition of Interface Phenomena among Bilinguals.”  This event is free … Continue reading

Amrita Myers Lecture

February 25, 2013 | Neal Marshall Black Culture Center, Bridgewater Lounge | 4-5PM Amrita Myers is an ajunct faculty member in AAADS from the IU History Department.  Her work concerns African American women and also media and historical images of Black women. The event is part of the colloquium series, “Africana Studies and the Study … Continue reading

What’s cooking this Friday?

February 22, 2013 | ACC, 807 E. 10th St. | 5-6PM Find out what’s cooking on Friday!  ACC’s special guest will unveil her/his culinary knowledge and tell you about the varieties and nuances of the featured Asian dish, as well as its preparation.  At the end of the program, we will have food tasting.  Due … Continue reading

Kinsey Institute Guided Tour

February 22, 2013 | Morrison Hall 313 | 3-4PM A docent will lead you will on a tour of the institute.  You’ll learn about how Dr. Kinsey got his start in sex research and about the research the institute is doing today.  You’ll see a number of artifacts from our collection along with the current … Continue reading

African American Dance Company, 15th Annual Dance Workshop

Febrary 22, 2013 | Neal Marshall Black Culture Center, Grand Hall | 7PM Participants will experience dance classes from the perspective of the African American and African Diaspora.  Featured speaker: Sheila Ward, Associate Professor in the Department of Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science at Norfolk State University and Co-Executive Director of Eleone Dance Theatre, … Continue reading

A Recital of Hispanic Ballads featuring Tomás Lozano

February 19, 2013 | Ford-Center Hall (2nd floor of the Simon Music Center) | 7-9PM Tomás Lozano is a musician, scholar, and writer born in Barcelona, Spain to Andalusian parents.  Lozano began as a self-taught musician, performing Catalan folk music locally as a teenager.  Later he proceeded to tour Europe playing folk, traditional, and medieval … Continue reading

Mandisa Thomas Lecture: “Don’t JUST Talk About it, BE About It: How You Can Do Your Part In Increasing Secular Efforts in the Black Community”

February 18, 2013 | TBA | 6-7PM The event is part of the colloquium series, “Africana Studies and the Study of Race and Performance in Global Communities,” sponsored by the Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies and the College of Arts and Sciences.  Contact email