Sant Jordi 2018

Sant Jordi at Georgetown University April 23rd, 2018

12pm -1pm

Come to our table in Red Square and pick up a rose!

 

3:30pm – 6pm (ICC 462)

Catalan Cinema: Uncertain Glory (a film by Agustí Villaronga, with 8 Gaudí Prizes). It’s 1937, and in war-torn Spain, a young officer in the Republican Army will hopelessly fall for the charms of a deceitful femme-fatale who will not hesitate to use him in her best interest. In Catalan with English subtitles.

6pm-8pm (ICC 462)

Catalonia Today: Quo vadis? A conversation with two professors from the Government Department, Georgetown University: Dr. Laia Balcells and Dr. Josep Colomer, both specialists in political science, will discuss about the current political situation in Catalonia.

 

8pm (ICC 450)

Catalan dinner (traditional Catalan tapes)

 

All day long

Book exchange in the lobby of the Spanish and Portuguese Department. Bring a good book to give. Take one with you!

All activities are FREE

For dinner, please RSVP by Monday April 16th at lv210@georgetown.edu

Monday, April 23

Edward B. Bunn, S.J. Intercultural Center
37th and O St., N.W., Washington

Event Type

Academic Events, Special Events, Community

Audience

Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni, Public

Departments

Georgetown College, Spanish and Portuguese

Event Contact Name

Laura Vilardell

Event Contact Email

lv210@georgetown.edu

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