ALDEUU
PisteMaya
Banner
el malecón

Virtual

Click here

parque nacional viñales
auto cubano
Class
Valencia Falleras 2016
Classroom
Valencia Panorama
Photo
Photo

Utilizing ePortfolios as a Form of Reflection with Matthew Street

This month's spotlight features Matthew Street, who is not only a lecturer of Spanish at the College, but also currently a student at the School of Education and Human Development. Watch his interview to learn more about how he has incorporated ePortfolios into his curriculum as well as how he has benefitted from utilizing ePortfolios as a student. https://uva.digication.com/november-spotlight-digication/goals

 

Allison Bigelow, Mining Language: Racial Thinking, Indigenous Knowlege, and Colonial Metallurgy in the Early Modern Iberian World

Please join us at the Institute of Humanities and Global Cultures on Friday, Oct. 30, from 10-12 (EST) for a talk by Allison Bigelow on ways to read around colonial archival silences. The talk is drawn from her recently published book, Mining Language: Racial Thinking, Indigenous Knowledges, and Colonial Metallurgy in the Early Modern Iberian World (UNC Press/Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture).

Please click here to register.

Aj Xol Héctor Rolando, "Significados de 'tiempo' en el Popol Wuj"

Please join us on Nov. 12 at 6 pm (EST/5 pm in Guatemala) on Zoom for a talk by artist-scholar Aj Xol Héctor Rolando (Maya Q’eqchi’) on “Significados de ‘tiempo’ en el Popol Wuj.” This talk, held in Spanish, draws from recent collaborative research with the Fundación Proyecto Lingüístico Francisco Marroquín (Guatemala) and Multepal Project (University of Virginia, USA).

Benedict

Nora Benedict received her Ph.D. in Spanish from UVA in 2017. From 2017-2019, she was a postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton University. Nora is currently an Assistant Professor of Spanish and Digital Humanities at the University of Georgia.

Marroquin

Jessica (Jessie) Marroquín is an ACLS Emerging Voices Fellow at the University of Chicago in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures in the Division of the Humanities. She is further developing her research project on the Santa Muerte, or Holy Death, in Mexico and the U.S.-Mexico Border. She collaborates with interdisciplinary efforts at the University that focus on public and digital humanities, with the goal of lessening the gap between non-academic and academic communities.

Meerkhan

Nasser Meerkhan holds a joint position as Assistant Professor between the departments of Spanish & Portuguese and Near Eastern Studies at UC Berkeley. His book project, tentatively titled From Muses to Makers: Women Writers of Medieval Iberia, retells the literary history of medieval Iberia from the perspective of women writers.

Vassar

David Vassar currently serves as assistant dean for professional and corporate programs at Rice University’s Susanne M.

Pages

News & Announcements

Fernando Valverde

América de Fernando Valverde en Copper Canyon Press

November 17, 2020

Fernando Valverde’s last poetry book America, translated by the America poet Carolyn Forché is going to be published by the very prestigious publishing company Copper Canyon in 2021,... Read»

Utilizing ePortfolios as a Form of Reflection with Matthew Street

November 16, 2020

This month's spotlight features Matthew Street, who is not only a lecturer of Spanish at the College, but also currently a student at the School of Education and Human Development. Watch his... Read»

Statement of Support for Students and Faculty in Peru

November 16, 2020

 

The Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese stands in solidarity with faculty, students, and citizens of Peru following the impeachment of President Martín Vizcarra, the... Read»

Subscribe to Spanish, Italian & Portuguese RSS