Spring 2014 Speaker Series
How I Became A Latino!
a keynote address by Dr. Mario Ortiz, Associate Provost for International Affairs and Associate Professor of Spanish
The Myth of the Spark: Why We Have Unrealistic Expectations in Romantic Relationships
by Elizabeth de Mahy, FYE Fellow and PhD Candidate in English
Dusty Doctrines: "Know Thyself" and a Liberating Education for Your Soul
by John Brungardt, FYE Fellow and PhD Candidate in Philosophy
Pirates, Playwrights, Clerks, and Copyists: New Play Development in Ireland, 1662-1665
by Dr. Patrick Tuite, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Drama
Christianity: Ain't It a Western Religion?
by Nathan Gibson, FYE Fellow and PhD Candidate in Semitics
Searching for the American Dream Among Hispanic Immigrants in Washington, DC
by Dr. Enrique Pumar, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Sociology
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