On April12, we welcomed Prof. Sandro Sessarego, from the University of Texas at Austin, for a virtual visit in SPA-LIN 211 (Varieties of Spanish).
By Paloma Moscardó-Vallés
The special volume, País Portátil: Contemporary Venezuelan Literature and Arts, was curated and edited by Professor Javier Guerrero and was recently published by Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas.
Access the full volume via Taylor & Francis Online.
Christina Lee, associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese, and Cristina Martinez-Juan, research fellow of Philippine Studies at SOAS University of London, have recently been named recipients of a research grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
By Michelle Tong
Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow César Colón-Montijo has published two essays expanding on his research on the afterlives of Afro-Puerto Rican singer Ismael “Maelo” Rivera (1931-1987).
By Michelle Tong
On Friday, October 29, 2021, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese gathered together in East Pyne 010 for the inaugural SPO Research Day. This event highlighted current and ongoing research projects as well as creative and literary endeavors by Spanish and Portuguese faculty, lecturers and students.
Students in POR 107 have created a television show titled “Perspectivas da Lusofonia.” Recently Elise Hogan ’24 hosted an interview with Professor Pedro Meira Monteiro, and Nick Pusater ’22 interviewed Brazilian photographer Jennifer Cabral-Pierce.
The project was coordinated by Portuguese lecturer Daiane Tamanaha.
Four new scholars have joined the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts in this fall. The Society, established by a gift from charter trustee Lloyd Cotsen and the Humanities Council’s leadership in 1999, is an interdisciplinary community of postdoctoral fellows and Princeton faculty members that aims to bring innovative approaches to...