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Actuación de La llamada

The SPA 497 class performed in the Spanish play La llamada, by Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo, at the Celebration of Student Achievement on 12/02/2015. As it can be seen in this video, they did a superb job!!!  ¡Enhorabuena a todos!

Cast: Luis Arroyo, Zachary Dzierzgowski, Samantha Godoy, Eileen Goepfert, Ana Obika. Lights: Danielle DeLizzio Sound: Carly Kalman Video: Cristina Cernadas Stage Crew: Kristin Brown , Emilie Kim, Miranda Sirimis Ushers: Nicole Ciullo , Kathleen Yorke

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Bunkasai (Japanese cultural festival) 2015

Bunkasai (Japanese cultural festival) 2015 October 24, 2015   The Japanese Program held its fifth annual Bunkasai on Saturday, October 24th in the Bliss Hall lounge. All students currently taking Japanese, as well as the Anime Club and TCNJ Kokikai Aikido clubs, gave interactive presentations. We learned about different regions of Japan, how to make… Continue Reading

Dr. Marco Circelli on the New Geographies of the Made in Italy

On Thursday Oct. 29th Dr. Marco Circelli, Executive Director of the Italy-America Chamber of Greater Philadelphia spoke to Italian students about the New Geographies of the Made in Italy. After the 2008 economic crises, Italian companies and entrepreneurs have been devising new strategies to market their products in the US. The crisis brings new opportunities… Continue Reading

Fantastic Rock Poetry Reading Turnout

What a crowd for the “Rock Poetry Reading” by Huang Xiang and Meng Lang. Some 60 students came, and the house was fully packed. Some even had to sit on the floor. A huge thanks to these two poets for giving an exciting and inspiring reading! Continue Reading

Alumna Ashley Shaffer’s Inspirational Words

I wanted to contact the TCNJ World Languages department to say thank you and give some exciting news that I feel is overdue in writing and that I owe partially to the department. This fall, I started as a PhD student of Spanish at Temple University with a specialization in Hispanic Linguistics. I am also teaching undergraduate Spanish… Continue Reading

Women’s Lives in the Renaissance

The position of a woman in society is often considered a test by which a civilization of a country or an age may be judged. A Renaissance woman had many duties and very few rights. Who could chose what to do? Who was truly free to make a choice? Was their life decided by their… Continue Reading

Professor Jiayan Mi in the Latest Issue of “Poetry Sky”

Professor Jiayan Mi (penname Jialu Mi) completed his M.A. in Comparative Literature at Peking University, and his Ph.D.s in English, Comparative Literature and Visual Culture at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of California at Davis. He works mainly on Literature and Chinese Modernity, East-West Comparative Poetics, New Chinese/Asian Cinema and Asian… Continue Reading

Professor Simona Wright at the Intersections/Inters​ezioni conference

Intersections: Italy in Music, Art, Literature, and Cinema In a world that is made relentlessly more composite and multidimensional, the intersecting of art, cinema, music, and literature can help us re-configure rhythmically and synergetically the dissonant and discrete realities in which we are immersed. The mathematical concept of the intersection or the visual image of… Continue Reading

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