A conversation with award-winning author Lilia M. Schwarcz about her new work followed by a reception and book signing
Open to Princeton students. Register in advance via Zoom to attend. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Jordan Salama of the class of 2019 (Spanish and Portuguese) is a…
The event is free and open to all, but campus COVID protocols must be followed.
On Tuesday December 7th, at 4:30pm in Campus Club, Professor Christina Lee of the Department of Spanish & Portuguese will host a conversation with writer and journalist Jordan Salama '19 to discuss stories of journeys that cross…
The concept of "aftershocks" is used in the context of earthquakes to describe the jolts felt after the initial quake, but no disaster is a singular event. Aftershocks of Disaster examines the lasting effects of hurricane Maria, not just the effects of the wind or the rain, but delving into what followed: state failure, social abandonment,…
Vicente Rubio (Fordham University)
Discussion will be in Spanish
What happens to insurgent social movements that emerge during a democratic transition but fail to achieve their goals? How influential are they? Are they able to survive their initial mobilizing boom? To answer these questions, María Inclán looks at Mexico's Zapatista movement, whose emergence she argues was caught between "sliding doors" of…
In her new book Writing by Ear, Marília Librandi draws from the oeuvre of the wondrous Clarice Lispector, one of Brazil’s most prominent writers, to creatively articulate the relationship between orality and writing. In dialogue with philosophy, psychoanalysis, and sound studies, Librandi presents an aural theory of the novel based on…
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Speakers: Pedro Meira Monteiro (Spanish and Portuguese, Princeton University), Lilia Schwarcz (University of São Paulo, Global Scholar at Princeton University, and author) and Jeremy Adelman (History,…
- Discussions will be held in Portuguese and English
- Faculty, students, staff -- all are welcome!
- For freshmen and sophomores interested in the 2012 Princeton in Spain summer program
- Free and open to the public
- Free and open to the public. Films will be screened in the original language with English subtitles.
- Free and open to the public.
- Free and open to the public. Please send an email to Silvana Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register for this workshop.
- Free and open to the public. Round table followed by discussion in Spanish and English.
- Free and open to the public. Discussions will be held in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
- Interested students should contact Prof. Antonio Calvo (email@example.com) in advance to register for the exam.
- Introduction by Gabriela Nouzeilles
- Open to faculty, staff and students
- Open to graduate students in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese
- Open to Princeton in Spain participants
- Open to the public
- Public lecture in Spanish