Friday, Sep 18, 2020

SPO concentrator Lydia Spencer ’21 has been elected for fall semester induction to Phi Beta Kappa.

Thursday, Sep 10, 2020

Spanish and Portuguese language tables for Fall 2020 have started to meet!

Monday, Aug 31, 2020

Marina Bedran successfully defended her dissertation titled "A Turn to Amazonia: Experimental Art, Indigeneity, and the Rise of Political Ecology in Brazil."

Marina has accepted a tenure-track position at Johns Hopkins University as an assistant professor of Lusophone Literatures and Cultures in the Department of Modern Languages and...

Friday, Aug 21, 2020

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese welcomes new Spanish lecturer Iris Hauser. Hauser is originally from Chiapas, Mexico and studied Applied linguistics at the Universidad de las Americas in (Puebla) Mexico and at Georgia State University.

Thursday, Aug 20, 2020

First-year students are asked to please complete and submit this Google form to indicate their language interests and what they are interested in learning more about from the department.

Thursday, Aug 20, 2020

SPO concentrator Jimin Kang ’21 has been remotely interning for Narratively, a New York City-based multimedia company, since late May. She shares some of the components of her work as an editorial intern and highlights from her experience.

Thursday, Jul 23, 2020

Mauricio Acuña's project titled "A Communal Poemap of Afro-Diasporic Aesthetics" was recently selected as part of the Rapid Response Humanities Summer 2020 Projects of the Princeton University Humanities Council.

Tuesday, Jul 14, 2020

Graduate students Charlie Hankin and Alejandro Martínez have been awarded a grant to participate in the Rapid Response Humanities Summer 2020 Projects of the Princeton University Humanities Council.

Monday, Jul 13, 2020

Jimin Kang’s ’21 personal essay sheds light on how the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has affected her life as an international student.

Read the full article on the HuffPost website

Thursday, Jul 9, 2020

For his senior thesis, Peter Schmidt ’20 wrote a novel titled A Mountain There which gives a voice to Bolivia’s Cerro Rico or “rich mountain” known for being the largest silver mine and its nearly 500 years of violent history.