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Kang’s essay titled “I’m an international student 7,000 miles away from family. Loneliness is my new reality. “ was recently published on Vox First Person.
Read her essay on the Vox website.
Professor Christina Lee recently published a new book titled The Spanish Pacific, 1521-1815: A Reader of Primary Sources. The book was co-edited by Lee and Professor Ricardo Padrón, associate professor of Spanish at the University of Virginia.
Jordan Salama is a Spanish and Portuguese (SPO) alum who graduated from Princeton in 2019. He is a writer, journalist, and producer who has written for The New York Times, National Public Radio, The Forward, Mongabay, ReVista: The Harvard Review of Latin America, and more.
SPO concentrator Daniela Alvarez '21 was recently named a 2020 Arthur Liman Fellow in Public Interest Law.
Kathryn Phipps is a Spanish and Portuguese (SPO) alumna who graduated from Princeton in 2019. She is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Hispanic and Portuguese studies at the University of Pennsylvania working on Medieval and Early Modern Iberian Studies.
In her responses below, Phipps shares some insights about her decision to concentrate...
Students in SPA 387/AAS 387 “Puerto Ricans Under U.S. Empire: Memory, Diaspora, and Resistance” taught by Cesar Colon-Montijo and Arcadio Díaz-Quiñones recently visited the Graphic Arts Collection in Firestone Library. The visit to the collection was led by Julie Mellby, Curator, and Fernando Acosta, Librarian for Latin American Studies, Latino...
By Julie Clack
Arto Lindsay is an artist, musician and producer. Born in Virginia but raised in Brazil, Lindsay has spent half of his life in the North and and the other half in South America. This year, as visiting lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese , he is co-teaching a course with Professor Pedro Meira Monteiro in the Department of...
Alexandra Ripp is a Spanish and Portuguese (SPO) alumna who graduated from Princeton in 2008. Currently, she works as the director of Five College Dance, a collaboration of the dance departments and programs from Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and Smith Colleges and the University of Massachusetts Amherst.