Documents and Forms
Study Away Maps
- French Study Away Map (PDF, 2MB)
- HISP Study Away Map (PDF, 131.4K)
- Norwegian and Scandinavian Area Studies Study Away Map (PDF, 862.1K)
Colloquium, Lectures, Discussions
- Scandinavia's Turn to the Right (PDF, 0 bytes)
A Roundtable Discussion of historic changes of direction, seen in larger Scandinavian and European contexts.
- Afro-Peruvian Music with De Cajon (PDF, 651K)
DE CAJoN Project is a Seattle based arts organization dedicated to educating the community about the cultural contributions of Peruvians of African descent.
- Svare-Toven Lecture: Norway's Peace Engagement: Approaches, Achievements and Deep Dilemmas (PDF, 0 bytes)
Dr. Harpviken, Director of the Peace Research Institute of Oslo, will address the policies, successes and challenges of Norwegian peace engagement.
- Indigenist Research is an Indigenous Survival Necessity (PDF, 342.8K)
"For us to survive as Indigenous peoples, we need to utilize Indigenist research that will allow us to shape the ways that we change without requiring us to assimilate into the mainstream." - Dr. Shawn Wilson
- Writing Torture, Deconstructing Trauma? The Uruguayan Case (PDF, 90.9K)
- Reclaiming the Landscape: Indigenizing the Academy at PLU (JPG, 489.9K)
In this talk, Dr. Storfjell will look at Indigenous methodologies and Indigenist criticism, exploring the potential these approaches hold for creating spaces for Indigenous epistemes within the university—both in general, and at PLU specifically. He will situate current efforts to create an Indigenous Studies program here within the context of PLU’s historic—and current—relationships with Indigenous communities, while also elaborating an ethical framework for institutional change.
- Bjug Harstad Memorial Lecture 2012 (PDF, 91.6K)
- Roberto Bolano (PDF, 1.1MB)
- Teaching and Learning On Line (PDF, 467.8K)
Film Festival 2013-2014 Series
- China Through Film Festival (PDF, 150.2K)
Explores contemporary Chinese experience through the medium of fiction and documentary film produced in China in the past 30 years. In addition to a general introduction to film art and rhetoric as such, students explore Chinese film from a variety of historical and theoretical perspectives. As a culminating project they produce their own film texts which respond in some fashion to one of the films we've viewed over the course of the semester.
- Oslo, August 31st (PDF, 1016.9K)
"Oslo is Ander's home, the scene of his happiest and most dreadful experiences, and the film, chilly as it is, is warmed by a love for the city that the filmmaker and the character clearly share" - A.O. Scott, NY Times
- The Dream is Now (PDF, 467.4K)
"The Dream is Now gives voice to and puts a human face on the undocumented children of immigrants who are desperate to earn their citizenship and give back to the only country they've ever called "home." [...] (film Official Website)
Film Festival 2012-2013 Series
Other Documents and Forms
- Peace Scholar Poster (PDF, 594.5K)