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Oct 31, 2016  |  Foreign Languages and Literatures

New Book Reveals Letters from Mexican Artist Frida Kahlo to Her Mother

When it comes to the great artists of Mexico, “the big three” — David Alfaro Siqueiros, Jose Clemente Orozco, and Diego Rivera — usually come to mind. These were truly some of the most amazing artists of Mexico, but there was one more artist that hailed from this country with a talent for art, and her name is Frida Kahlo. Recently, Foreign Languages and Literature professor Dr. Héctor Jaimes published the book Tu hija Frida: Cartas a mamá, Spanish for Your Daughter Frida: Letters to Mom that contains a critical compilation of letters written by Kahlo during her time in the United States in the 1930’s, and that was released last October by one of Latin America's most prestigious publishing houses, Siglo XXI.

Oct 24, 2016

Career Workshop for Foreign Language Majors on November 7

Career Development Center's counselor Ms. Sarah Wild will be giving a career workshop for Foreign Languages and Literatures majors on Monday, November 7 from 3:00p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The location is Withers Hall room 105.

Oct 5, 2016  |  Foreign Languages and Literatures

Alumna Among Finalists for the NC-ACTE Student Teacher of the Year Award

Ivy Cody, a recent graduate of our Foreign Language Education program, was a finalist for the North Carolina Association for Colleges and Teacher Education (NC-ACTE) Student Teacher of the Year award. Cody was recognized with a certificate and monetary gift at the awards ceremony on September 22.

Sep 12, 2016

2016 NC Latin American Film Festival Opens September 15

The 2016 NC Latin American Film Festival opens Thursday September 15 with Brazil's official entry to the Academy Awards, Que hora ela volta? (Second Mother) from director Anna Muylaert. In its 30th Anniversary edition, the festival will also feature films and shorts from Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, and US Latinos/as, highlighting cross-cultural connections between the Andes, Meso-America, and the Amazon.

Jun 27, 2016

In the Spotlight: Beloved French Educator Diane Beckman

For the last 16 years, newly-retired professor Diane Beckman taught French language and world literature at NC State, taking students out of the classroom to visit local museums, attend plays and enjoy many more events in the culturally rich Triangle area.