International Week Calendar

February 22nd, 2002 by Adam

Sponsored by the World Language Society and the Department of Foreign Languages. Contact: Dr. Virginia Garlitz, 535-2466 or via e-mail to All events are open to the public free of charge except as noted. All events are subject to change. Please call in advance to confirm.

Sunday, March 3

Foreign Film Fest. 4:30 p.m. Hyde Hall 220.

4:30 p.m. Carmen (Spain)
6 p.m. Donkeyskin (France)
7:30 p.m. Europa, Europa (Germany)

Monday, March 4

2:30 p.m. Study Abroad round table. Hartman Union Building 109 (HUB),High Street. PSC students share experiences about international programs.

3:30 p.m. Lecture: West African Musicians . HUB 109.Dr. Katherine Donahue, Department of Social Science, uses music and slides to explain the increasing popularity of West African culture in Europe and America.

7 p.m. Lecture: Crossing Borders . HUB 109. Professor Patricia Pedroza, Keene State College, talks about living between two cultures in Mexico and the United States. Co-sponsored by Women’s Studies Council.

Tuesday, March 5

3:30 p.m. Lecture: Moorish Influence in Maria de Zayas’ Tales. HUB 109 Dr. Barbara López-Mayhew, Department of Foreign Languages. Cross-cultural examples from the novelas of 17th century Spanish author.

5 p.m. Rice and Beans Supper. Plymouth Congregational Church. (Main Street) Nicaragua Club benefit. Tickets $6 at the door. Non-students $7.

7 p.m. Afro-Cuban music concert by Conjunto 23.The Roots of Salsa.Plymouth Congregational Church. $3. Combined ticket for supper and performance, $7 in advance only. Non-students, $10.Advance tickets available Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Foreign Language Department office.
535-2304 or 535-2466.

Wednesday, March 6

1:25 p.m. Lecture: The Principles of Islam in Government. HUB 109. Professor Peng Khuan Chong, Department of Social Sciences.

3:30 p.m. Lecture: Mi Vida en Bolivia (My life in Bolivia). HUB 109. Sra. Lenny Stuart, with translation by Dr. Barbara López-Mayhew.

7 p.m. Amerindians in Quebec. HUB 109. A discussion of the colonizaiton of the Amerindians of Quebec and what that change means today. Jo-Ann Belanger ’85.

Thursday, March 7

3:30 p.m. The True International Language: Pantomime. Hyde Hall room 220.

7 p.m. Lecture: Travels in Africa. HUB 109. The Panagoulis family talks about a journey to visit their daughter in the Peace Corps.

Friday, March 8

2:30 p.m. Lecture: Santeria: Afro-Cuban Religion in Art and Daily Life. HUB 109. Professors Virginia Garlitz, Department of Foreign Languages and Terry Downs, Art Department. An illustrated look at Santeria, based on a recent trip to Cuba.

7 p.m. Recital. German Leider and other songs. Smith Recital Hall. Royce McIntosh (Lisbon, N.H.), senior recital.

Saturday, March 9</b

Lecture/performance: The Music of Prokofiev. 11 a.m. Silver Cultural Arts Center.Professor Carleen Graff.