Congratulations to Jack Brake (CLAS 2018) on being one of 44 students honored with the Harrison Undergraduate Research Award in 2016! With this support, Jack is engaging in a multi-study of convivencia between and among Christians, Jews, and Muslims in medieval Spain. His study of material records of spaces of worship, especially the architectural elements of Visigoth churches that were constructed between 711 and 1492, engages with long-standing historiographies in Iberian religious life.
Welcome prospective graduate students! We're glad you're here.
On this site, you can learn more information about the courses you're visiting (SPAN 5850, "Modern Spanish American Literature" and SPAN 7559, "The Global South Imaginary"), faculty you're meeting with, and graduate cohort you'll be joining.
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The President's executive orders on immigration have created a state of fear and uncertainty for our immigrant communities. Join us on Valentine's Day to digitally stand in solidarity with immigrants across the country.
Bodas de sangre
By Federico Garcia Lorca
Translated by Langston Hughes
Adapted by Melia Bensussen
Directed by Dave Dalton
February 23-25, February 28, & March 1 & 2, 2017 at 8pm
Please join us on Feb. 24 at 3:15pm in Nau Hall 211 for lecture by Visiting Professor Kemy Oyarzun.
News & Announcements
January 8, 2019
Please join us in congratulating students from SPAN 4500, whose work with colonial archives is featured in the latest issue of the... Read»
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»