MSU Video “Peruvian Speculative Fiction/Futurismo Peruano” Featured at Feria Internacional del Libro de Lima

It may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Peru, but the Andean country has a fascinating cultural scene centered on speculative fiction or…

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MSU Albertine Cinémathèque French Film Festival to be Rescheduled for April

In the wake of last week’s tragic shooting at Michigan State University and due to this week’s inclement weather, the MSU Albertine Cinémathèque French Film Festival is being rescheduled for April. The new dates and times have yet to be determined. The College of Arts & Letters will announce the updated schedule once it is decided.

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Senegalese Griot Performance and Workshop Sponsored by RCS and Hillsdale College
Griot Boubacar Dances with Workshop Participant

Senegalese Griot Performance and Workshop Sponsored by RCS and Hillsdale College

On October 18th, 2022, RCS hosted a 90-minute workshop in the Theater Building featuring Senegalese griot and writer Boubacar Ndiaye, and musicians Amath Ndiaye and Papa Dethialaw Mbaye. 34 students…

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International Collaboration to Explore Intersectionality and Inclusion in Research and Curriculum Design

A collaborative project focusing on “Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality in Africa: the History and Current Status of LGBTQ+ in Kenya,” led by College of Arts & Letters faculty Jonathan Choti and Danny Mendez, will…

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Professor Safoi Babana-Hampton’s HWW Project was Featured in a Short Story for the HWW Newsletter

Professor Safoi Babana-Hampton's Humanities Without Walls (HWW) project was featured in a HWW newsletter called "Research in Retrospect: Hmong Memory at the Crossroads". The piece was written by Heather Ennis,…

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