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September 2, 2004



On Monday, Sept. 6, the Spanish Department's weekly cultural series will open with a film screening and a lecture on Sephardic culture by series organizer Peter Brampton Koelle. Events in the series take place each Monday evening at 7 p.m. through Dec. 6, generally in Room 25 of the Marion Edwards Park Science Center.

The series offers lectures, discussions and film screenings on a range of topics, as well as Senior Lecturer Ines Arribas' perennially popular Latino dance workshop. Presenters include scholars from Temple, LaSalle and Princeton Universities as well as Bryn Mawr professors and a Washington, D.C., lawyer who will discuss international trade in the Americas.

The series is free and open to all. For more news, check the Spanish department's online schedule at or e-mail Peter Brampton Koelle at A schedule of the fall events follows.

September 6

La cultura sefardí: una herencia ibérica and Trees Cry for Rain
Lecture by Dr. Peter Brampton Koelle, Bryn Mawr College, and documentary film

September 13

Latino U.S.: Hispanos en los EE.UU.
Lecture by Dr. Lázaro Lima: Bryn Mawr College

September 20

La com unicación intercultural: una perspectiva para estudiantes de lenguas extranjeras
Lecture by Prof. Dr. Nicholas Angerosa, La Salle University

September 27

El espejo enterrado: el toro y la virgen
Documentary film created and narrated by Carlos Fuentes

October 4

Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios
Film by Pedro Almodóvar

October 18

The Changing Legal Environment for International Trade in the Americas
Lecture by Daniel Bahar, Esq., Law Firm of Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood

October 25

Chimú: el imperio hidráulico
Lecture by Dina Breña, Bryn Mawr College

November 1

Conciencia social y la identidad africana en la salsa popular de Colombia
Lecture by Dr. Luisa Ossa, La Salle University

November 8*

Taller de baile latino
Led by Dr. Inés Arribas, Bryn Mawr College
*Music Room Goodhart Hall

November 15

¿Cómo fortalecer el quechua en el Perú? Reflexiones sobre política idiomática y planificación lingüística
Lecture by Serafín Coronel, Princeton University

November 22

Dance of Hope
Documentary in Spanish on the 1988 referendum in Chile

November 29

La lucha por una vivienda digna: protagonismo de los sin casa en Chile
Lecture by Dr. Rosemary Barbera, Temple University and Melissa Yarborough, B.A. Candidate, Bryn Mawr College

December 6

Repaso de la gramática
Dr. Peter Brampton Koelle, Bryn Mawr College


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