Loyola’s Department of Modern Languages and Literatures (Language Learning Resource Center)’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee will be hosting an online event on Tuesday, April 12 at 4PM called “Albert Memmi: The Politics and Poetics of Resistance.” This event is part of the Voices in Resistance speaker series. Featured speakers are Professors Lia Brozgal (UCLA) and Jonathan Judaken (Rhodes College) who will discuss the Franco-Tunisian writer Albert Memmi, especially in the context of his texts on racism and colonialism. The University Libraries and the Loyola Hebrew Studies Program are pleased to co-sponsor the event.
To learn more and to register for this online event, please visit the Language Learning Resource Center’s website at LUC.edu/llrc/speakerseries.
Explore the books written by authors Albert Memmi, Dr. Lia Brozgal, and Dr. Jonathan Judaken. Check out materials from the book displays at the Information Commons, 1st floor (LSC) and Lewis Library, 6th floor (WTC). If you need more help with finding materials, please contact our librarians.