Monthly Archives: March 2019

Congratulations to Professor Maite Zubiaurre for Exploring Generosity and Humanity Through Art

Published: March 13, 2019

Professor Maite Zubiaurre and her alter ego Filomena Cruz were recently interviewed for her work exploring generosity and political activism in “The Wall that Gives/El muro que da” and for increasing empathy and pollution awareness through her trashcollages. Maite is a professor of Germanic Languages and Spanish & Portuguese and Filomena is a Venice, CA visual artist…

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Congratulations to Professor José Luiz Passos for Exploring the Limits of Fiction and History in His Latest Works

Published: March 13, 2019

José Luiz Passos, professor of Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Cultures and director of the Center for Brazilian Studies, recently published a variety of works that allow readers to “viscerally relate to historical events and personages.” In the following publications “Marinheiro só [The Lonely Sailor],” the novels “O Marechal de Costas [The Iron Marshal]” and “Antologia fantástica…

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