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Gryphons in Greece

walsh and his donkeyIn early May, Dr John Walsh and 30 Guelph students and alumni traveled to Greece to visit historical monuments and locations.
The group visited Athens, Mycenae, Epidaurus, Corinth, Olympia, Delphi, and several Greek islands. Preparations are underway to visit again next year, and John plans to add Crete to the list of destinations.

Schedule

Symposium on Ecuadorian Spanish 2018

Saturday, June 2nd.

Keynote Speaker: Pieter Muysken

 

 

 

 

 

8:00am - 9:00 am: Coffee and registration

 

9:00 am: Opening remarks

 

Accommodations

             

Getting to Guelph

If you are driving from the Toronto area, take highway 401 W for 55km, then take exit 299, then make a right turn to Brock Road S (going northbound). A few kilometers after you pass the small town of Aberfoyle, this road becomes Gordon Street which leads you right to the University and the Royal Brock Hotel. The University is located on the Intersection of Gordon and Stone Rd. E. 

Speakers

Symposium on Ecuadorian Spanish

The University of Guelph will be welcoming leading experts and graduate students who will be presenting their work on Ecuadorian varieties of Spanish.

Christina García

The School of Languages and Literatures

Symposium on Ecuadorian Spanish 2018

The College of Arts is hosting its first symposium on Ecuadorian Spanish, to be held on June 2-3, 2018. This event will take place in Mackinnon 031 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE

Course Offerings

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Creative Women 1918

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Creative Women at the End of the First World War: Endings and New Beginnings

International Conference, University of Guelph (Canada)

October 5-6-7 2018

(Le français suit)

Helpful Links for Conference Participants:

LACS Research

Diego Riveria Rockefeller Mural

CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY LACS

 

Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies Conference-CALACS

Date: June 3-4, 2017

Location: University of Guelph