1570680000_Thu 10th Oct - 2019

Adiós America Poetry Performance & Writing Workshop

For Hispanic Heritage Month, we invite you to the Adiós America Performance & Writing Workshop, led by National Poetry Slam Finalists and poets Angélica Maria and Melania-Luisa Marte. RSVP for dinner headcount. This workshop focuses on reconstructing our stories, cultures and identities, allowing us to strip away the barriers that prevent us from speaking and writing from our most grounded lens. Attendees will learn to reclaim the power of their names. 

Music Programming ASIA | WHRB 95.3

From October 6-12, our Worldwide Week programming will showcase musicians, artists, and speakers from all around the world. In this week, you can look forward to live recordings, exclusive interviews, student performances, and more. Further details about this week's programming will be posted to our website.

Caracterización lingüística y sociolingüística del español de Venezuela

Este panel presentará un panorama de la diversidad lingüística y sociolingüística del español de Venezuela, ilustrada a partir de la fonología, la gramática y las características discursivas: las actitudes hacia las variantes vernáculas de una variable sociolingüística, a menudo asociadas con atributos como la inteligencia, preparación profesional, simpatía y atractivo, o con determinados niveles socioeconómicos; rasgos dialectales gramáticales del español venezolano en comparación con otras variedades; y desarrollo del discurso narrativo en niños de edad escolar de niveles socioeconómicos

Italy in Europe: Economic Problems and Political Prospects

Carlo Bastasin will address the Italian economy and the resurgence of populism and nationalism in Europe while Philippe Le Corre will serve as discussant focusing on China's investment strategy in Italy and Southern Europe. Vivien Schmidt will chair the discussion.

Hosted by the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies as part of its European Union Seminar

Info Session: Culture Lab Innovation Fund

The Culture Lab Innovation Fund awards grants to Harvard students, staff, faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and academic personnel to pursue ideas that seek to strengthen Harvard’s capacity to advance a culture of belonging. Proposals should aim to focus on having a direct connection to the Harvard community and influence the University's trajectory towards sustainable inclusive excellence guided by the framework recommended by the Presidential Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging.

Re-Drawing the Rules of the Game? Iran, Israel, and the Geopolitics of the Levant

The 2006 war between Israel and Lebanon forged a new political dynamic in the Middle East. Israel and Hezbollah established unofficial rules of engagement that secured peace through the logic of deterrence. These rules are now under question as decision-makers grapple with new regional dynamics and we are witness to military escalation across the Levant and the Middle East.

Harvard Spanish Undergraduate Association Fall 2019 Welcome

The Harvard Spanish Undergraduate Association wishes to invite all Spanish undergraduates and RCC Undergraduate Fellows to an afternoon at the RCC and for an opportunity to get to know and become a member of our Association and to learn about the Spanish Higher Education System.

2nd Annual Destination: World Powered by PechaKucha

From Hong Kong to Cape Town, come learn how international experiences shape the lives of Harvard undergraduates. Nine students take to the stage to share their inspirational stories about global engagement, intellectual exploration and personal discovery made possible through experiences abroad. The event will be followed by an international food buffet and a chance for students to learn more about crafting their own international experiences while at Harvard.  

Molinillos and Chocolate in Contemporary Mexico

In this special event, Juan Alonso Rodriguez will explain how to make a molinillo, the whisk-like wooden tool that is traditionally used in Mexico to make froth in chocolate beverages. Together with Ana Rita García-Lascuráin, he will discuss the history of chocolate production in Mexico and its current renaissance. Using molinillos, members of the Cambridge-based Fine Cacao and Chocolate Institute will make three different chocolate beverages that participants can taste during the program.

Harvard Chan CultureFest

The Office for Student Affairs at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health invites you to participate in our annual CultureFest event on Thursday October 10th from 5:30-7:00 PM. Celebrate our diverse community with cultural snacks, music, activities, and more! All Harvard affiliates are welcome to attend this fun, social, and community-centered event. Contact studentaffairs@hsph.harvard.edu with any questions. 

Hosted by Harvard T.H. Chan Office for Student Affairs. 



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