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The ongoing European immigration crisis has inspired a complex literary production in French spanning from Mathias Énard, Laurent Gaudé, and Nicole Caligaris to Patrick Chamoiseau and Alice Zeniter, which reflects but also critiques the contradictory political debates and media representations surrounding it.

The Philosophy Club will hold its first meeting of the semester on Wedneday, Feb. 6 at 7pm in the Race Room in the LBC. We will be discussing the ethics of "Designer DNA". Snacks and refreshments will be served, and there will be free Philosophy Club stickers available for all in attendance!

9:30am: Light Breakfast

 

10:00am: Opening Remarks by Christopher Dunn, Professor of Spanish and Portuguese and Africana Studies, Tulane University

 

10:15am: Kris Lane, Professor and Chair of History, Tulane University

"Mining the Margins of Amazonia: The Long View"

 

Informal Conversations in Portuguese

All levels welcome. 

Delicious homemade treats (brigadeiro bicho de pe)

Informal Conversations in Portuguese

All levels welcome. 

Delicious homemade treats (brigadeiro tapioca)

Informal Conversations in Portuguese

All levels welcome. 

Delicious homemade treats (brigadeiro oreo)

Informal Conversations in Portuguese

All levels welcome. 

Delicious homemade treats (brigadeiro nutella)

Informal Conversations in Portuguese

All levels welcome

Dellicious homemade treats (brigadeiro biscoito maria)

Informal Conversations in Portuguese

All levels welcome.

Delicious homemade treats (brigadeiro leite ninho)

 

Informal Conversations in Portuguese

All levels welcome. 

Delicious homemade treats (bolo de brigadeiro)

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