News

SPO announces its spring 2023 offerings including four new courses!
Dec. 1, 2022

The new courses will take you around the globe examining various hot topics through literature, media and film! See what's new...

SPO Graduate Administrator, Silvana Bishop, shares Thanksgiving traditions with SPO grad students
Nov. 28, 2022

On November 24th, Silvana Bishop, Graduate/Conference Administrator at SPO, treated graduate students (some of whom are very far from home) to a traditional Thanksgiving meal.

Professor Nicola Cooney's POR 262 visits Brazilian artist Maxwell Alexandre’s exhibition “Pardo é papel” at the Shed in NYC
Nov. 21, 2022

Professor Cooney spoke with her students about their experience of the exhibition on November 11th. Read more to see what the students had to say...

SPO Lecturer Nicholas J. Figueroa creates and presents academic scholarships for middle school students in the Bronx!
Nov. 21, 2022

On Wednesday, November 16th, Nicholas Figueroa met with the four winning students and their families to celebrate the first Latinos Urbanos Scholarship in New York's Bronx!.

Jorge Drexler, Grammy award winning Uruguayan musician, gets up close and personal with SPO
Nov. 11, 2022

SPO was honored and privileged to have the opportunity to converse in an open dialogue with Uruguayan musician Jorge Drexler on November 10th.

Author-illustrator Canizales visits SPA207 - "Studies in Spanish Language and Style"
Nov. 9, 2022

Award winning Colombian author and illustrator Canizales came to Princeton to join the students in SPA 207, taught by instructors Anais Holgado Lage and Oriele Benavides Salazar

An Interview with Sergio Ramírez
Nov. 8, 2022

Ramírez recently sat down with the Spanish & Portuguese Department to discuss his courses, his life in politics, and his passion for writing. The interview has been edited for clarity and length and is featured here in both Spanish and English.

SPO Professor Natalia Castro Picon's course “Questions in Iberian Studies” visits UPenn
Nov. 8, 2022

Visiting UPenn entails not only a change of scenery, but also an opportunity to form a new community... to generate a space in which language can alter our experience.

Multilingualism in Amazonian languages - a conversation with Prof. Kristine Stenzel
Nov. 7, 2022

On October 25, we welcomed Prof. Kristine Stenzel in our SPA-LIN-LAS 211 (Varieties of Spanish) class.