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COJOT, new feature-length documentary film presented by Dr. Gayle Zachmann

When:  Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 7 pm Where: Hippodrome Cinema, Gainesville A riveting character study, Cojot is written, directed and produced by UF alum, journalist, and filmmaker Boaz Dvir (Jessie’s Dad, A Wing and a Prayer). Dvir is faculty… Continue Reading →

Summer 2019 – Albert and Rita Smith Scholarship for French and Italian

We are pleased to announce a new scholarship for students of French and Italian. The Albert and Rita Smith Fund for the Advancement of Studies in French and Italian will offer two scholarships of $500.00 each to a worthy student… Continue Reading →

Summer 2019 – Wayne Conner Scholarships for Study Abroad

The Wayne Conner fund for the Advancement of French and Francophone Studies will offer two scholarships of $1000 each to a worthy student.  These scholarships are given to undergraduate students majoring (double major and dual degree students are eligible) in… Continue Reading →

LLC- CHINESE INFORMATION SESSION AND CAREER FAIR

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm Pugh Hall 302 For students in Chinese Studies and Liberal Arts Come and meet with our faculty members, program coordinators, admissions representatives, recruiters, and alumni Learn about Chinese program, fellowship, study… Continue Reading →

Information session for French & Francophone Studies (FFS)

Monday, October 22, 2018 3:00 to 4:00 pm Pugh Hall 302 Career Information What to do with a French major or minor? Dual major Internships Study abroad – UF in Paris Grants and Scholarships Come meet us! For more information,… Continue Reading →

Women at work in twenty-first-century European Cinema (forthcoming in January 2019)

Barbara Mennel delves into the ways these films about female labor capture the tension between feminist advances and their appropriation by capitalism in a time of ongoing transformation. Looking at independent and genre films from a cross-section of European nations,… Continue Reading →

2019-2020 Alice M. Zirger Scholarship

The Zirger Scholarship is a $1,500 scholarship established in memory of Mrs. Alice M. Zirger. The scholarship was established with a gift from the Zirger family to encourage study in the area of East Asia. The scholarship is awarded to… Continue Reading →

THE SOCIOPRAGMATICS OF ATTITUDE DATIVES IN LEVANTINE ARABIC

Youssef A. Haddad Examines the social functions of attitude dative pronouns in four Arabic dialects. Analysing data from a variety of sources, including soap operas, movies, plays, talk shows and other audiovisual material, this book examines attitude datives – pragmatic… Continue Reading →

Summer 2018 – Kathleen Diamond Study Abroad Scholarships

For more information, click on the announcement flyer (pdf) Application deadline: Friday, March 2nd, 2018

UFIC 2018 Global Fellowship

Dr. Ying Xiao has been awarded the 2018 Global Fellowship to support her next book projects, ReFocus: The Films of Jia Zhangke: A Historical Poetics of Space (co-author with Maureen Turim, forthcoming from Edinburgh University Press), and sole-authored monograph “Lost… Continue Reading →

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