Sophia Nuñez has received a 2021-2022 postdoctoral research fellowship through the University of Southern California (USC)-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute (EMSI). The fellowship is for scholars whose research is in any area of the humanities or humanistic social sciences with a focus on early modern Americas, c. 1500-1800.
On April 22, 2021, Professor Pedro Meira Monteiro, SPO alumna Flora Thomson-DeVeaux and SPO graduate student Julia Kornberg participated in the Sant Jordi in New York 2021 Literary Festival.
Julia Kornberg discussed "Animals" by Hebe Uhart with translator Robert Croll.
Professor Rubén Gallo’s review of “Horizontal Vertigo: A City Called Mexico” by Jua
In May 2021, Professor Pedro Meir
On Monday, May 24, 20201, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese presented graduate student Yangyou Fang with the 2021 Arcadio Díaz-Quiñones Prize in recognition for her contributions and dedication to undergraduate teaching.
The University Center for Human Values named SPO concentrator Daniela Alvarez ’21 as a recipient of a 2021 Senior Thesis Prize in recognition of her thesis titled “La Gran Cárcel: Two Militarized Borders, Two Failed Asylum Systems and a Mexico-Wide Prison.”
The Program in Latin American Studies (PLAS) named Brandon Dunlevy ’21 as a recipient of the 2021 Stanley J.
On Monday, May 24, 2021, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese hosted a virtual Class Day event in celebration of the Class of 2021.
View the full list of graduates and thesis titles.
Berta del Río Alcalá
Dissident Theatricalities: Civil Practices and Democratic Imaginaries (Spain, 1968-1992)
Marina Miguel Bedran
A Turn to Amazonia: Experimental Art, Indigeneity, and the Rise of Political Ecology in Brazil