*All SPA 311 students must attend three events:

1)  Reynolds Lecture: Janet Mock. Tuesday, 9/25, Duke Family Performance Hall. 7:00pm. Tickets are free to Davidson students, but required.
2) one other JEC event
3) one other event related to teaching or Spanish-speaking cultures


The Piedmont’s Bronze Age Confederate Monuments: A Quasi Archaeological Report

Tuesday, September 11, 2018  7:30 pm
Sloan Music Center Tyler-Tallman Recital Hall 

Dr. Gary R. Freeze, the William R. Weaver Professor of Humanities at Catawba College, will discuss the tarnished sentinels to something presumed “lost”, yet endlessly “not forgotten” in the American South. The recently resumed combat over public display of Confederate monuments has emboldened some scholars to maneuver beyond the present parameters of postmodern culture wars. This presentation—using as artifacts the monuments within an hour’s drive from Davidson—examines their “modality” in conventional terms, but speculates in new ways about their “mettle”.

Dominican Jazz Project

Friday, September 28 7:30-9:00pm
Sloan Music Center Tyler-Tallman Recital Hall

Davidson College welcomes back Stephen Anderson as he performs with the Dominican Jazz Project. Formed out of a trip to the 2014 Jazzomania Jazz Festival in Santo Domingo, the group is known for their combination of jazz with traditional Dominican styles such as bachata and merengue.

For tickets, please contact the Union Box Office at 704-894-2135.
Free for Davidson students, but tickets are required.

“The Well-Being of Puerto Ricans in the Context of Hurricane Maria”

Lecture by Dr. Fernando Rivera, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Central Florida

Thursday, October 4 at 6:30pm 
The Alumni House Sunroom
All are welcome.