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 Poster Spring 2017 2


Spring 2017  


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



2/20 Ser jóven e hispano en la época de Trump

(Being Young and Hispanic in the Trump Era)

An open conversation moderated by 2016 UNF graduate Saúl Grajeda (International Studies/Spanish) and Sarah Rosen (International Studies/Spanish)


2/27 La inmigración y la experiencia del género

(Immigration and the Experience of Gender)

A panel discussion moderated by Constanza López, Associate Professor of Spanish, with current/former UNF students Aitana Arguedas (Political Science), Saúl Grajeda (International Studies/Spanish), and Ricder Ricardo (Art and Design/Printmaking). Cosponsored by the UNF LGBT Resource Center


3/6 Impunidad y democracia en América Latina

(Impunity and Democracy in Latin America)

Alison Bruey, Associate Professor of History


3/13 用中文讲政治笑话:有的不是真的

(Telling Political Jokes in Chinese: Some are Not Real)

Yongan Wu, Associate Professor of Chinese


4/3 Don Quijote en Manhattan: ecos cervantinos en el cine de Woody Allen

(Don Quixote in Manhattan: Echoes of Cervantes in the Cinema of Woddy Allen)

Ángeles Fernández Cifuentes, Associate Professor of Spanish


4/17 Table ronde sur la présidentielle 2017

(Round Table on the 2017 Presidential Elections)

A discussion moderated by David Schwam-Baird, Associate Professor of Political Science, and Director, Master of Arts in International Affairs Program