Personal reflections on Chávez’s life and legacy by fellow activist and SCU Professor Emeritus, Francisco Jiménez.
Past Literary Cuisine Events
Join the University Library and former SCU faculty Jeff Zorn for a trip back to the 60s! We'll celebrate Dylan’s Nobel Prize for Literature win with live music over lunch.
For this fall's Literary Cuisine, we'll enjoy a Caribbean-inspired buffet lunch as Music Professor Christina Zanfagna presents about the history of hip hop as a truly American art form. SCU dance students will entertain us with a number from the musical.
A lunchtime performance with an all-star cast of performers to celebrate Shakespeare's birthday.
Michael Kevane speaking about the importance of literacy for economic development.
A lively discussion about the origins, production, and marketing of the popular foods we eat every day.
A celebration of Maya Angelou, including recitations of selections of her poetry and a short overview of her life and work.
A discussion of the Jesuit missions to El Salvador, with an emphasis on Santa Clara's connections, accompanied by a Salvadorean themed lunch.
Christopher Bacon discusses his research into food justice issues accompanied by a theme lunch inspired by the book Food Justice by Robert Gottlieb and Anupama Joshi.
A discussion led by Rohit Chopra on the unique characteristics of Bollywood cinema accompanied by a special Indian themed lunch.
A discussion of the impact that women had on the development of the Californio society in the 1800s accompanied by a theme lunch inspired by recipes from Encarnación's Kitchen Mexican Recipes from Nineteenth-Century California.