Prof. Levine co-chaired a seminar titled “Translation: Tales of Faithful Betrayals and Treacherous Fidelities,” and presented a paper, “Translating Between the Lines: Aída Bortnik’s Cuentitos,” at the Northeast Modern Language Association's annual convention in Boston.
Prof. Hall chaired a conference session titled “Hemlock, Eve, and Antarctica: Hélène Cixous’s Recent Fiction” at the Northeast Modern Language Association's annual convention in Boston. She also presented a paper titled “The Laugh of the Mother: Traces of Humor in Cixous’s Recent Fiction.”
Assistant Professor of Spanish, Jorge Garcìa, presented work in a seminar entitled “Bicentennial Journeys: (Dis)continuities in Hispanic Transatlantic Literatures” at the Northeast Modern Language Association's Annual Convention in Boston.
John Bradac (Director of Career Services) will facilitate discussion on a number of issues specifically related to job searches, career paths and networking for students with degrees in Modern Languages and Literatures. Space is limited to 38 people. Please RSVP by March 29th to Tina Bennett (email@example.com) or call 607-274-3106. For more information, contact Maria DiFrancesco, Spanish professor and program organizer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: Monday, April 1st, 2013 at 6pm
Where: 101 Muller Center, Career Services Office
Free pizza and beverages!
The March 19th edition of the Ithaca Journal features a story about Ithaca College students' involvement in teaching Spanish at the elementary school level. As part of a service-learning program spearheaded by Annette Levine (Associate Professor, Spanish, MLL), IC students such as Kristin Leffler, who is featured in the Ithaca Journal article, work with children to help them acquire life-long language skills. Kudos to them!