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UNC Charlotte to host Pop Up Film Festival

The Joedance Pop-Up Festival is one of many events related to the Joedance festival.
April 25, 2017
Joedance Film Festival, a nonprofit organization which raises funds for rare pediatric cancer research at the Levine Children's Hospital, along with  Program Director Professor Will Davis, are working to further its outreach and share knowledge of the work Levine Children's Hospital is doing while showcasing and connecting with Charlotte-based filmmakers. As we move into the 8th annual...

Liberty, Equality, Hostility – What’s up with France? - Public Lecture by C. Jon Delogu

Professor Delogu will offer his take on the upcoming French Presidential election
April 21, 2017
The upcoming French Presidential election has caused quite a stir internationally as a range of candidates make their case for one of the most political races in the history of France.  Professor C. Jon Delogu, professeur des universités, Université Jean Moulin, Lyon 3 (France), will give us a glimpse into this highly contested race with his take via a free public lecture entitled...

UNC Charlotte to participate in Live Marathon Reading of One Hundred Years of Solitude

UNC Charlotte among six institutions to read passages live via the Web
April 17, 2017
The Department of Languages and Culture Studies at UNC Charlotte will serve as one of the host sites for a marathon reading of  Cien años de Soledad (One Hundred Years of Solitude) by Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez.  This event is organized by the Artist Studio Project, a collaborative of artists based in Durham, N.C., whose focus is to promote each other's talents...

Witness in Residence Public Event

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April 10, 2017
Every day it seems our headlines are filled with more news about Syria and its devastating civil war as well as about U.S. immigration issues. Please join us on Tuesday, Apr. 18, for a timely conversation with two Syrian refugees who will talk about their lives in Syria and their long journeys toward building a life in the U.S. The conversation, presented by the College of Liberal Arts...