Natalia Castro Picón joins the department as an assistant professor. She specializes in modern peninsular/Spanish culture. Her main fields of study are modern and contemporary Iberian literature and culture as well as transatlantic Iberian relations in the neoliberal context.
Mariana Bono and Gorka Bilbao Terreros have co-authored the volume chapter, "Emerging discourses and practices in language education: Who is driving change?” published by The American Association of University Supervisors, Coordinators and Directors of Foreign Languages Programs (AAUSC).
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is pleased to offer four virtual courses that will take place in Summer 2021. Classes are exclusively for Princeton students.
Spanish certificate student Ella Gantman '23 discusses her relationship with Spanish and her experiences learning Spanish at Princeton University in the Tigers in Translation podcast.
By Michelle Tong
The course “Identity in the Hispanic World” taught by Professor Christina Lee and graduate student Alejandro Martínez Rodriguez, explored how national and alternate identities are imagined, constructed, changed, and remembered.
Dec 10, 2020 was the centenary of Clarice Lispector. For the occasion, Professor Marília Librandi has created, with the Brazil LAB, the sonic library Clarice 100 Ears, where one can listen to Clarice’s luminous writing in multiple languages and in the voice of artists,...
Graduate students Alejandro Martínez Rodríguez (Spanish and Portuguese) and Camila P. Reyes Alé (Architecture) compiled a collection of photographs that document the social upheaval and crisis in Chile that began in October 2019.
By Julie Clack
Natalia Castro Picón, in Spanish and Portuguese, joins the faculty this winter. She specializes in modern peninsular/Spanish culture.
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By Anais Holgado Lage
On November 24th, Mexican writer Valeria Luiselli participated as a guest speaker in the course SPA107, coordinated by Anais Holgado Lage and co-taught by Jeannie Byrne, Iris Hauser, Perla Masi, Miguel Domínguez, Yangyou Fang and Robert Myak. More than 100 students attended the event.