In his latest solo work, renowned artist Guillermo Gómez Peña, in Residence at UVa in Fall 2018, combines new and classical performance material, drawn from nearly 30 years of a living artistic archive, to reflect upon the most pressing issues of our world today: gender, race, democracy, and equality in a world of global community and local polarization.
If you are interested in promoting Hispanic Literatures and Cultures then Sigma Delta Pi is for you. Some of the most notable benefits are the opportunity for national awards, grants, and scholarships, which can facilitate study abroad programs and provide money for graduate research grants.
Please join us on Thursday, October 25, in NCH 144 at 3:30 pm for a talk by Andrea Pauw (PhD candidate, Spanish), entitled "Poetics of Prayer: Spanish Moriscos and Aljamiado Literature."
The talk is part of the Interdisciplinary Forum sponsored by the Department of Middle Eastern & South Asian Languages & Cultures. Light refreshments will be served.
Please join us on Tuesday, November 6th, at 7:00 PM in McLead 1020 for a flamenco concert with Juan Pinilla Martin, a flamenco singer from Granada (Spain), critic, writer, and columnist, with a background in translation, interpretation, and law whose art intersects meaningfully with his social activism. In August, 2007 he won the Festival de Cante de las Minas, considered the most important flamenco prize. In 2014, he was nominated for a Latin Grammy Awards.
Please join us on Friday, Nov. 2, at 5.00pm in Maury 104 for a screening of Mauro Bucci's film _Hotel Splendid_ (2016). Mr. Bucci will introduce the film and take questions from the audience afterward.
This event is sponsored by the Program in Italian Studies.
Please join us on Thursday, November 1, from 5-6:15 pm in the Language Commons for a mindfulness yoga session led by Zaida Villanueva, Alicia Lopez Operé and Esther Poveda Moreno. I are offering a mindfulness and yoga session in Spanish on Thursday, November 1st from 5:00 to 6:15 at The Language Commons.
Everyone is welcome to this wonderful opportunity to take a moment to breath and mindfully rest before the last stretch of the semester unrolls.
Please join us on Tuesday, Oct. 23, from 2-4 pm in Wilson 117 for a workshop on the history of global cities and infrastructure, entitled "Qhapaq Ñan: An ancient key to connect the Andean region?". The workshop uses the Inkaic Qhapaq Ñan, a complex network of roadways and information systems, as a key to unlock some of the histories of cultural and linguistic exchange in Pre-Columbian South America.
SPAN 2010 in J-Term. The Department of Spanish, Italian, & Portuguese will be offering SPAN 2010 in J-Term 2019. This course will meet for 5 hours each day for 10 days, January 2-12, 2019, with class on Saturday, January 5 and Saturday, January 12. The hours will be 9:00-12:00 and 1:30-3:30.
Important: Students enrolled in this course are required to enroll in SPAN 2020 during this Spring 2019. When you register for SPAN 2010 in J-Term, please make sure you also enroll in SPAN 2020 for Spring 2019.
Maya K’iché (KICH) Courses
KICH 1020 – Introduction to Maya K’iché II on TuTh 4:00-5:15PM Allison Bigelow
Spanish Graduate Courses – Taught in Spanish
SPAN 5750 – Contemporary Spanish Literature with Andrew Anderson
We 3:30-6:00PM in Shannon House 109
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November 2, 2018
If you are interested in promoting Hispanic Literatures and Cultures then Sigma Delta Pi is for you. Some of the most notable benefits are the opportunity for national awards, grants, and... Read»
October 12, 2018
SPAN 2010 in J-Term. The Department of Spanish, Italian, & Portuguese will be offering SPAN 2010 in J-Term 2019. This course will meet for 5 hours each day for 10 days,... Read»