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save the date, march 1, 2014
In addition to its very extensive traditional strengths in languages, literatures and cultures, the school also emphasizes making interesting new transdisciplinary opportunities available to undergraduate and graduate students alike. It also encourages transdisciplinary cooperation among faculty members across ASU.
The School of International Letters and Cultures shares the ancient and sacred art of henna tattooing. Henna tattoo artists will be on hand to give live demonstrations on volunteers from the public.
Join the School of International Letters and Cultures for a mini language lesson.
School of International Letters and Cultures' classics expert Almira Poudrier and The Design School's Thomas Morton lead a guided virtual tour of ancient Rome using a flythrough of the digital model Rome Reborn. Poudrier and Morton give a few historical and architectural details about the sites visited, and provide a short discussion of the development of digital technologies in classical scholarship and in teaching classics, with reference to older models like vRoma, popular Online resources like Google Earth, and to recent scholarship on this topic.
Stop by the School of International Letters and Cultures to learn more about studying abroad in Brazil, Québec, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Mexico, Romania, Spain, and China.
Learning Support Services in the School of International Letters and Cultures presents its new “project-based learning lab” – the SILC LSS Collaboratory at this open house event.
School of International Letters and Cultures' Juan Pablo Gil-Osle, assistant professor of Spanish, will host two Flamenco guitar workshops. Please bring your guitar to one or both for a lesson in Spanish Flamenco music and culture.
Conceptualized by Andrew Ross, head of Learning Support Services in ASU's School of International Letters and Cultures in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Stephane Charitos, director of the Language Resource Center at Columbia University in the City of New York, as a way to bring Spanish speaking students from various countries of origin and in different cities together in conversation, a humanities learning project, titled “Hispanidades/Hispanicities,” successfully launched in Fall 2011.
Join the School of International Letters and Cultures for a quick lesson in one of the calligraphies of the world.