Are you interested in making a difference while exploring the beautiful country of Peru? This service-learning Maymester course explores the roles of the non-governmental organization in community development.
As soon as classes are over, we travel to Cusco, Peru to participate in a project to make fuel-efficient stoves and water filters using low cost materials… more »
The Department of World Languages & Cultures is offering a new course for Spring 2017 SPAN 8710: Special Topics in Linguistics: Hispanofonía and Hispanophobia: Globalization and the Spanish Speaking World
This course offers an introduction to Spanish as a global language from a linguistics point of view with a focus on the intersections between language… more »
GSU Associate Professor of Anthropology and CLALS member, Dr. Cassandra White, participated in a colloquium (En Suma, “la Lepra”) in Mexico City on July 1-2, 2016. This was an international colloquium on leprosy and disability in the Americas, sponsored by Mexico’s 17, Instituto de Estudios Críticos.
Note to graduate students interested in taking this course as ANTH 6040: This class counts toward the Graduate Certificate in Latin American Studies. For information on the course and on the Graduate Certificate program, contact Dr. Cassandra White (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Prerequisite: ANTH 2020 with grade of C or higher, or consent of instructor. (Same as WGSS… more »
The 2015-2016 academic year at Kennesaw State University is the Year of the Portuguese Speaking World. The university will host a series of events, speakers, conferences, and cultural activities throughout the year designed to promote a deeper appreciation for and understanding of the Portuguese speaking world.