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Latin American Culture Program is April 10 & 11 at LSUS

April 09, 2018


     Latin American literature, languages and poetry will be discussed during three public presentations Tuesday and Wednesday, April 10 and 11, in Bronson Hall at LSU in Shreveport. Sam Ginsburg and Ignacio Carvajal Regidor, both of the University of Texas, will speak during the event sponsored by the LSUS Department of English and Foreign Languages and the Master of Liberal Arts and Sciences program.
     Ginsburg will discuss “Recent Cuban Science Fiction” at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in Room 221 of Bronson Hall. Regidor will speak on “Basics of Maya K’iche’” at 9 a.m. Wednesday in Bronson Hall Room 238 and will deliver a poetry reading at 4:30 p.m. that day in Bronson Room 261.
      All presentations are open to the public.
      For further information, contact Dr. Sam Cannon, assistant professor of Spanish, at 318-797-5000.




Media Contact: Dr. Sam Cannon, assistant professor of Spanish, at 318-797-5000, or Lynn Stewart, Interim Director of Media & Public Relations, 318-797-5108,

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