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Gabriella Reznowski
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Holland and Terrell Libraries, 120-H
Library Liaison to:
Deparment of Foreign Languages and Cultures, Comparative Ethnic Studies, Film Studies

Guides

Asian American Studies
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Dec 15, 2014
Asian Film
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Dec 15, 2014
A guide geared toward students in Asia 111, Asian Film.
Black Studies
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Dec 15, 2014
Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Sep 12, 2013
Comparative Ethnic Studies
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Oct 7, 2014
Crimson Reads: A Celebration of Faculty Authored Books
by Lara Cummings, Chelsea Leachman, Erica Nicol, Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Dec 9, 2014
This page celebrates scholarly monographs, fiction, and poetry published by WSU authors since 2010.
Film Studies
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Sep 19, 2014
Introduction to Foreign Film
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Dec 21, 2011
Linguistics
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Feb 16, 2012
Modern Chinese Culture
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Dec 21, 2011
Native American Studies
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Oct 31, 2011
Open Access Week @ WSU
by Chelsea Leachman, Erica Nicol, Lorena O'English, Gabriella Reznowski, Kay Vyhnanek, Lou Vyhnanek,, Lihong Zhu - Last Updated Oct 21, 2014
Your guide to Open Access Week events at WSU Pullman
Tags: open access, scholarly communication
Resources and Bibliography for Dr. Angela Y. Davis
by Erica Nicol, Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
A bibliography of resources by and about Angela Y. Davis, WSU's 2015 Martin Luther King Community Celebration keynote speaker.
Spanish 120 - Spanish Culture
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Aug 30, 2012
Spanish Studies
by Gabriella Reznowski - Last Updated Jul 29, 2013

What I'm Reading....What I'm Watching....

The Rest is Jungle is a collection of short stories by the Uruguayan author, Mario Benedetti. This is a nice collection of entertaining works, but by far my favorite story in the collection is "The Budget." If you prefer to read the author's works in their original Spanish, Benedetti's Buzon de Tiempo offers an eclectic mix of tales, reflecting on subjects such as soccer fans, children split between two households, lost loves, and more. For the most part, you do not need an advanced command of the Spanish language to read a Benedetti short story, making him an accessible author for Intermediate Spanish language learners.

Turning now to France, on the big screen, you could check out Robert Bresson's The Pickpocket - if you've ever been on a subway in Europe, this film will bring back memories. The WSU Libraries have recently acquired several French Films, including A Screaming Man, Welcome, and A Prophet. For a list of French films available through the WSU Libraries, check out http://libguides.wsulibs.wsu.edu/french and select "Feature Films."

Check out Vittorio De Sica's Ladri di biciclette; not a frame wasted. Some good exchanges in Romanaccio and a tour of Porta Portese are two bonuses of this film. The genius of Italian cinema!

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