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Thursday, April 9th
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Career Center
Presented by Judy Narcisse
Speaker: Eva Núñez, Diachronic Approaches to Hispanic Linguistics, Portland State University
Topics include: diachronic evolution of seseo, applications of voseo in Latin-American Spanish, origins of usted, origins of zeta, and influence of other languages in modern Spanish.
Light refreshments will be served.
Cal State L.A.’s Art History Society presents the 2015 Mesoamerican Symposium, entitled “In the Realm of the Vision Serpent: Decipherments and Discoveries in Mesoamerica,” which will feature highly regarded keynote speakers and prominent experts. The symposium is dedicated to the life and work of renowned scholar of Maya art and writing Linda Schele. She was at the forefront of the decoding of Maya hieroglyphics and made lasting contributions to the evolution of that field.
The symposium aims to serve as a platform for connections for future projects and also to provide speakers with an engaging audience. There will be various working professionals as well as students giving talks regarding the field of forensic.
Come to the Organizational Development Meeting to receive helpful and important information about creating successful transitions and the vital information to transfer to new officers in order to strengthen your organizations for the years to come. One representative of each organization must attend at least one meeting to maintain University recognition. (See the April 12th calendar entry for the second meeting’s event information.) Don’t be late! Check-in starts at 1:30pm and will end once the meeting has started.
Apr. 10-11, 14-16 - 7:30 p.m.
Apr. 12 - 2:30 p.m.
Directed by M.A. candidate Chad Restum.
General, $15; students/seniors, $10
For tickets: http://www.calstatela.edu/academic/musictheatredance