Tuesday, Sep 21, 2021

SPO graduate student Dylan Blau Edelstein’s article titled “F

Monday, Sep 20, 2021

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese gathered at Palmer House on Friday, September 17, 2021 in celebration of the start of the new academic year.

Tuesday, Sep 14, 2021

The fall 2021 schedule for our Spanish and Portuguese Language Tables is available on this webpage.

Tuesday, Sep 7, 2021

Professor Christina Lee, who graduated from Princeton with a Ph.D. in 1999 and is now an associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese, recently participated in the “Success in Graduate School” panel as part of the Graduate School’s orientation.

Tuesday, Aug 31, 2021

Professor Rachel Price, member of the editorial board of the Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies (JLACS), was recently involved in publishing a special dossier on Cuban material culture titled “Material Turn in Cuban Studies.”

Monday, Aug 30, 2021

Our concentrators are provided with the high linguistic proficiency, cross-cultural literacy, and critical and analytical skills that lead to careers in the humanities, law, medicine, government, international relations, international business, education, and community-based initiatives today.

Monday, Aug 30, 2021

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is pleased to welcome Juliana Griffin, undergraduate administrator and new lecturers, Gabriela Díaz-Dávalos,...

Tuesday, Aug 24, 2021

SPO graduate alum Sowmya Ramanathan has been appointed as a visiting assistant professor in Hispanic Studies at The College of William & Mary on a two-year term beginning this fall.

Sowmya completed her dissertation titled "Textures of the Sensible: Reading Affect in Diamela Eltit" earlier this year.


Tuesday, Aug 24, 2021

On August 23, Charlie Hankin successfully defended his dissertation titled "Break and Flow: Hip Hop Poetics in Brazil, Cuba and Haiti."

Charlie with be joining the faculty at Colby College as a visiting assistant professor of Spanish on a two-year appointment. 

Wednesday, Aug 18, 2021

On August 17, Mauricio Acuña successfully defended his dissertation titled "Poéticas e Performances de Imaginações Afro-Atlânticas: O primeiro festival mundial de artes negras."