Upcoming Events

International Coffee Hour

International Coffee Hour

255 Campus Center
MONDAYS 3:30-5:00 
Come and practice your foreign language skills, or come chat in English about international events and cultures. FREE REFRESHMENTS
For all students, staff and faculty
For more information: contact Brenda x2196

FRENCH MOVIE SERIES

Les Intouchables
Thursday, Feb. 26th
Hart Hall Basement
7:00-9:00 pm

The Series is open and free to the public

*An IST approved event
For more information:  contact Brenda at brenda.farnham@oswego.edu or
315-312-2196


German Movie Series

Run Lola Run (Lola rennt) Germany, 1998
Directed by Tom Tykwer, 80 minutes
Wed. Feb. 18th
7:00 pm
132 Marano Campus Center

Sissi (1955)
Directed by:  Ernst Marischka
Monday, March 9th
7:00 pm
103 Lanigan Hall

Two Lives (Zwei Leben) Norway/Germany, 2012
Directed by Georg Maas, 97 mintes
Wed. March 25th
7:00 pm
132 Marano Campus Center

The Blue Angel (Der blaue Engel) Germany, 1930
directed by Josef von Sternberg, 94 minutes
Wed. April 8th7:00 pm
132 Marano Campus Center

The Third Man (Der dritte Mann) Great Britain, 1949
directed by Carol Reed, 104 minutes
Wed. April 22nd
7:00 pm
132 Marano Campus Center

The Series is open and free to the public
An IST approved event
For more information: contact Brenda at brenda.farnham@oswego.edu or 315-312-2196

Spanish Movie Series

Bolivia  (Argentine)
Wednesday, Feb. 4th
7:00 pm
132 Marano CampusCenter
*IST APPROVED


Selena

Wednesday, Feb. 25th
7:00 pm
132 Marano Campus Center


La Bamba
Wednesday, April 1st
7:00 pm
132 Marano Campus Center


Plata Quemada (Burnt Money) (Uruguay)

Wednesday, April 29th
7:00 pm
132 Marano Campus Center
The series is open and free to the public, an IST approved event
For more information: contact Brenda at brenda.farnham@oswego.edu or 315-312-2196
*IST APPROVED

Events

Department of Modern Languages & Literatures, History Department, Hart Hall and the Zeta Xi Chapter of Delta Phi Alpha (National German Honor Society)

Presents:

Prof. Leroy Hopkins, Jr., PhD
Professor of German
Millersville University


Monday, February 16, 2015

"Afrodeutche:  An Aspect of the African Diaspora,"
8:45-10:05 am - 242 Marano Campus Center

"From Exotic Object to Colonialized Subjects:  Africans in Germany  1500-1914"
7:00-8:00pm  Hart Hall Basement

*IST Approved Events
These are open and free to the public

For more information contact:  brenda.farnham@oswego.edu, or Brenda Farnham at 315-312-2196

Coloquio de literaturea y cultura hispanas
Monday, April 20th
10:0 am - 2:00 pm
Location:  255 Marano Campus Center

For further information, contact Prof. Gonzalo Aguiar at gonzalo.aguiar@oswego.edu