International Mondays

International Mondays is a series of informal conversations about the world today, conducted in various languages, with guests from across the UNF campus and the North Florida area. All are welcome, including native/heritage speakers and language learners at all levels. International Mondays is project of the International Studies Program, in partnership with the International Business Flagship Program, the International Center and the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures.  


International Mondays, Fall 2016





Fall 2016 


 All events are on Mondays, 11:00 am–noon, in 10/2245. 


 10/3 El estado de las economías latinoamericanas

(The State of Latin American Economies)

Andrés Gallo, Professor of Economics and Director, International Business Flagship Program


 10/17 Una conversación con la poeta afrocolombiana Marta Quiñónez

(A Conversation with Afro-Colombian poet Marta Quiñónez)


 10/31 Réinstallation des réfugiés aux États-Unis  
(Refugee Resettlement in the United States)

Frances Luna, Refugee Resettlement Job Developer, Diocese of St. Augustine Refugee Settlement Program


 11/7 La importancia de la Lengua de Señas Mexicana para la comunidad sorda de México

(The Importance of Mexican Sign Language for the Deaf Community in Mexico)

 Anne Pfister, Assistant Professor of Anthropology 


11/21 关于有争议的海和岛:中国新民族主义近年来的发展 

(About Disputed Seas and Islands: Recent Development of China's Neo-Nationalism)

Yongan Wu, Associate Professor of Chinese