Modern Languages & Literature Department Events

Upcoming Events

First Friday Forum, TESOL Program with Modern Languages & Literature: November 2, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. GU Writing Center in Foley. A report from the teaching field in Japan: Matt Shalala. Language learning in context - variables that affect second language development - Dr. Christina Isabelli. Tech Time: Ali Asiri, Adjunct Faculty

Information Session: Monday November 5th, 4:10 pm. College Hall, Room 028
Study abroad, spring classes, language major or minor, advising, and more! Come meet the professors of the department and ask about future classes, completing the major/minor, & how to fulfill requirements during study abroad. Light refreshments included.
Contact: Dr. Isabelli, Chair,

Japanese Cultural Night: Nov. 8th, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Hemmingson 314. Meet visiting students from Osaka Jikei College - dinner provided!

International Education Week: Nov 12th - 15th, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Hemmingson Rotunda
Meet the Modern Languages and Literature faculty, test your knowledge, and learn about our language programs.

Colombia Skype exchanges: Dr. Rebecca Stephanis coordinates an exchange with Gonzaga Spanish language students and Javeriana students in Colombia for ongoing Skype interaction

Gonzaga-in-Florence Scholars lecture: "Che sapete del Italian" with Dr. Torunn Haaland. October 31st, 2018

Sierra Golden, informal Q&A - October 18th - 2:00 -3:00 p.m. Our Spanish major alum shared her experiences as a Spanish major, her study abroad experience in Granada, her fundraising/communications experiences for an immigrant and workers rights nonprofit in Seattle, and read poems from her new book that links directly to her experiences with Spanish and traveling. include attached pictures

Modern Languages and Literature at ZagFam weekend: October 6, 2018 "Getting Global with Music" with Professors Ute Perz, Torunn Haaland, Ben Semple, Luis García-Torvisco and Christina Isabelli

Gonzaga-in-Florence Scholars Social: Gelato! with Dr. Gabriella Brooke, October 6, 2018

TESOL Program's First Friday Forum. October 5, 2018. Dr. Barbara Boyer presented her new book "Rewriting Language Structures: French in a Flash"

Gonzaga-in-Florence Scholars extra-curricular event: Learning about and playing BOCCE! September 20, 2018



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