• Video: Rachel Price featured in discussion “Material Turn in Cuban Studies”

    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.”

    Price participated in a conversation along with executive editor of JLACS, Isis Sadek; the guest editor of the dossier, María A. Cabrera Arús; and two of the authors, Jacqueline Loss and Michael Bustamante to discuss the highlights of the dossier and the material turn in Cuban studies.

  • Língua Viva: Utilizing real-life content for Portuguese instruction

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

    In the ever-changing world of popular culture, current events, and rapidly evolving socio-political issues, it is imperative that the materials used to teach language and culture reflect these shifting dynamics.

    In answer to this challenge, the department’s Portuguese faculty have created Língua Viva, an engaging online platform custom made for Princeton students studying Portuguese and features real-life content generated by native Portuguese speakers.

  • Colección Archivo Fotográfico de la Protesta en Chile 2019

    Wednesday, Dec 9, 2020

    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. The nation-wide mass protests which went on steadily for months—only deterred by the restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic—were triggered by an increase in subway fare in Santiago, the capital of the country, by $30 pesos.

  • Voces de Princeton: A video corpus of the University’s Spanish-speaking community

    Tuesday, May 26, 2020

    Catalina Méndez Vallejo, Associate Director of the Spanish Language Program, along with Ben Johnston, Senior Educational Technologist at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, has created Voces de Princeton, a digital repository of interviews and casual conversations with members of the Spanish-speaking community at Princeton University.


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