Dates: November 15-18
Location: Virtual at SLFS and @Broadway Cinema Center
Boca de Culebra / Snake’s Mouth, Dir. Adriana Otero
(You met her in Filméxico 2021 with her multi awarded film “What Happened to the Bees?”)
Chicán (chi´kaan), Mayan word that means ‘snake's mouth’, is a small Mayan community in the south of Yucatan where for generations its inhabitants have been born with a particular characteristic and share the same surnames. This documentary portrays the life of a family from that place and their resilience in a village where tradition will continue unless someone breaks the cycle.
Negra / Black Woman, Dir. Medhin Tewolde
(You met her in Salt Lake Film Society’s Sundance 2021 Panels)
“Negra” shows the director in her search of exploring what it means to inhabit Mexico as a black woman. It tells the story of five afro-descendant women from southern Mexico, exposing racism, resistance and processes of self-acceptance, strategies for transcending stereotypes, and the celebration of their identity.
La Felicidad en la que vivo / The happiness in which I live, Dir. Carlos Morales
(You met him in Sundance Film Festival 2017 and at the ‘Symphonie of a Sad Sea’ community conversation co-presented by The Consulate of Mexico and Salt Lake Film Society)
Building an asylum for the LGBT + community is the dream of Samantha, an 88-year-old trans woman. The happiness in which she lives is an emotional story that evokes reflection on inclusion. Samantha tells what her life has been like, love, family, old age but above all the importance of continuing to have dreams as incentives to continue on the final stage of life.
El Códice Florentino: Vida y Arte del mundo Náhuatl
Date: November 15
Time: 7 pm MT
Location: Facebook Live
Este evento será en español.
Florentine Codex: Life and Art form the Nahuatl World
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Scholarship Info Sessions
November 15 | 5-6 pm
November 16 | 12-1 pm
November 18 | 5-6 pm
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive Zoom information.
FLAS Fellowships are federally funded awards offered through the University of Utah's Asia Center or Center for Latin America. They provide funding for undergraduate and graduate students who study modern foreign languages and related area studies.
- Undergraduate awards provide up to $10,000 in tuition and a $5,000 stipend for the academic year.
- Graduate awards provide up to $18,000 in tuition and a $15,000 stipend for the academic year.
- Summer awards provide up to $5,000 in tuition and a $2,500 stipend.
When is the online application due?
FLAS online applications for both Summer 2022 intensive language programs (abroad and in the US) and Academic Year 2022-2023 language and area studies at the University of Utah are due on Friday, January 28, 2022.
Arabic, Chinese, Ecuadorian Quechua, Hindi-Urdu, Japanese, Korean, Nahuatl, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Samoan, Vietnamese
Going Global Career Panel
Each year International and Area Studies in conjnction with the Career and Professional Development Center at the University of Utah coordinates our Going Global event to highlight the global careers, international experiences, and language skills and how those skills and experiences have benefitted them in the workplace. The career panel lasts one hour, in which panelists will answer questions about their careers and the value of global experiences. Following the panel there will be a one-hour networking session. Each networker will be in a Zoom breakout room, and attendees can move from room-to-room freely to meet with each networker.
Timeline of event:
4:30 p.m.- Panel discussion
5:30 p.m.- Networking begins
6:30 p.m.- Event concludes.
Please note: Panelists will also be networkers during the networking portion of this event.