Fall 2020 WLC Newsletter
World Languages and Cultures
Dr. Maureen Tobin Stanley shares research on documentary films about the Spanish dictatorship.
Orlando Castillo will present on community policing efforts in Afro-Colombian communities.
A student smooths the way for other students.
Cultural Entrepreneurship Program Learning Outcomes
Cultural Entrepreneurship major is interdisciplinary. Knowledge in two of three academic pillars is achieved through courses taken in other schools and programs. Specifically, students take courses in LSBE (the Business School) for the Certificate in Business Administration, and courses offered in World Languages and Cultures programs in the College of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences for Cultural Sufficiency.
March 2021 Newsletter
The Cultural Entrepreneurship Major
Cultural Entrepreneurship is an emerging academic discipline that examines how cultural products traditionally associated with the fine and liberal arts, such as art, theater, poetry, and literature, but also cultural activities such as sports, music, food, and film events, are having an increasingly important impact on the growth of local, national, and global economies.
Knowledge Domains and Skills in the Major
With her double major, UMD student celebrates the humanities and the arts.
Professor Jennifer Gómez Menjívar teaches courses in Spanish language and Latin American Studies.
Webinar brings Colombian speaker to Duluth.