Altar Display - Department of Classical & Modern Languages
Since 2001, the Department of Classical and Modern Languages has organized a Day of the Dead Altar display. Students in the Spanish classes set up the altar as part of their immersion into Latin American culture.
First altar built @ UofL by Spanish 403 students on 2001 to honor the lives of 9/11 victims.
This year the display will exhibit altars from students in the following classes:
- Span 123, Prof. Thomas Edison. Altar dedicated to Betty White.
- Span 123, Prof. Thomas Edison. Altar dedicated to Queen Elizabeth.
- Span 202, 305, 325, 670, Prof. Timothy Ashe. Altar dedicated to TBA.
- LALS 310, Prof. Trish Gray. Altar dedicated to Brazilian person.
- LALS 310, Prof. Trish Gray. Altar dedicated to Arlene Brannon
- CML - Spanish Section: Altar Dedicated to Berta Schupbach
Build by María Rosa Owen and María Eugenia Valderraín
2002 altar built by Spanish 403 students dedicated to student's relatives.