We are pleased to announce a professional-development event for graduate students across the humanities with Dr. Daniel Hartnett, Associate Professor of Spanish at Kenyon College. His presentation, “Crafting a Profile for a Liberal Arts Job,” will explain how students can plan their graduate study to build a diversified profile that can shine through in their application materials and set them on the path to tenure.
The Spanish major declaration workshop for the Fall 2018 term will be held on Tuesday, September 18 at 5:00pm in New Cabell Hall 489. Students who want to declare a major should attend and bring a Declaration of Major form, available in the College Registrar’s Office located in Monroe Hall 101.
In order to declare a major in Spanish, a student must have completed SPAN 3010 (Grammar & Composition I) or the equivalent, with a grade of C or better. A C- is insufficient.
On Friday, Oct. 19, please join us in the second floor of Brooks Hall (Anthropology) for a lecture from the visiting researchers of Glosas croniquenses. As part of the Anthropology/Linguistics Lecture Series, researchers Lydia Fossa, Diana Coronado Fiestas, María Claudia Delgado Guerra, and Katherine Milagros López will take us through a "Journey into the Lexical Past of Ancient Peru."
Please join us on Thursday, October 18, from 12-2 pm in NCH 236 (German Department Conference Room) for a roundtable discussion of "Disciplines, Professions, and the Borders of Research." This is an opportunity for graduate students to share their experiences conducting research in different institutional and national contexts, and to learn from the experiences of researchers who are based in Lima, Peru, and study Andean cultural contact from different disciplinary perspectives, including history, geography, linguistics, and literary studies. Lunch will be served.
Please join us in Clemmons 407 (note room change!) on Tuesday, Oct. 17, for a multidisciplinary roundtable on digital scholarship in the US and Latin America.
Participants include visiting researchers from the Lima-based project Glosas croniquenses and graduate student members of the Praxis and Digital Humanities programs, sponsored by Scholars' Lab.
For the full schedule of events surrounding Glosas croniquenses at UVa, please click here.
Save the date for this semester's series on Poetry & Poetics: Poesía at UVa!
Coordinated by professors Fernando Operé (UVa) and Fernando Valverde (Emory), this celebration of lyric, sound, and meaning will feature 12 poets from 7 countries reading their work.
Please note: Course enrollment in SPAN 1010-2020 closes earlier than the College of Arts & Sciences ADD Deadline
ADD Deadline for SPAN 1010, 1060, 2010 and 2020 Classes: 2:00PM on Thursday, September 2, 2018
Course enrollment in ITAL 1010-2020 closes earlier than the College of Arts & Sciences ADD Deadline
ADD Deadline for ITAL 1010 and 2010 Classes: Noon (12:00PM) on Friday, September 7, 2018
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April 30, 2019
Thanks to everyone who participated in our conference on "Decolonizing the Digital Humanities: Indigenous Arts, Histories, and Knowledges from the Material to the Screen." This event was designed... Read»