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.
This notice only applies to those who want to declare a major in Spanish.
The Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese welcomes the opportunity to have new Spanish majors join our department, but in order to serve our current Spanish majors, we will not assign Spanish major advisors during the Fall 2018 Advising period (Monday, March 26—Friday, April 6).
This workshop will introduce participants to several telecollaborative tools that can be used in language exchange activities. Participants will engage in brief demonstrations of four tools, discuss considerations for selecting and using tools, and have plenty of time to further explore tools of interest, using the Language Lab PC computer stations. Feel free to bring your laptop if you prefer.
The workshop will be conducted by Hope Fitzgerald, Director of the Language Commons (NCH 299).
The Department is delighted to announce that Professor Samuel Amago will be joining the faculty in Fall 2018.
Congratulations are in order for Melanie Turner, a third-year student majoring in Speech Pathology/Audiology and Spanish Linguistics/Philology, who received one of 46 Harrison Undergraduate Research Awards for summer 2018.
Through Their Gazes: Screening Women and Feminism
Friday March 16, Nau Hall 211, 11am-4pm
Through Their Gazes: Screening Women and Feminism" (Keynote speaker: Prof Bernadette Luciano, University of Auckland, NZ). See the program below and the attached flyer for further information.
On Tuesday, February 27, Alicia Salinas will defend her dissertation, "'Tu táan yich in kaajal' [The Face of My People]: Contemporary Maya-Spanish Bilingual Literature and Cultural Production from the Yucatan Peninsula."
The defense will be held at 11 am in the North Oval Room of the Rotunda.
On Friday, Feb. 23, from 4:30-6 pm in the Ruth Caplan Theatre, the Drama Department will be staging an English adaptation of Tirso de Molina’s Don Gil de las calzas verdes entitled Love’s a Bitch.
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January 8, 2019
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November 2, 2018
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