Monday, Dec 13, 2021

SPO alum Jordan Salama ’19 was featured in a Q&A published by The Daily Princetonian. Salama reflects on his book "Every Day the River Changes" and the process behind his writing.

The full article is available on The Daily Princetonian...

Friday, Dec 10, 2021

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).

Monday, Dec 6, 2021

By Catalina Méndez Vallejo

During the fall of 2021, three renowned scholars visited SPA-LIN-LAS 233 (Languages of the Americas), a course taught by Prof. Catalina Méndez Vallejo.

Friday, Dec 3, 2021

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is pleased to offer Princeton in Arge

Thursday, Nov 18, 2021

Students in POR 107 (Intermediate Portuguese) participated in an in-class debate to discuss various controversial topics ranging from the legalization of drugs to politics. The debate was recorded at the Broadcast Center in Lewis Library. This project was coordinated by lecturer Daiane Tamanaha.

Monday, Nov 15, 2021

On Thursday, November 11, Lizabel Mónica successfully defended her dissertation titled "Literatura Por Otros Medios: Tecnología Digital y Campo Literario en la Cuba Contemporánea."

Thursday, Nov 11, 2021

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.

Wednesday, Nov 10, 2021

By Oriele Benavides, Renee Congdon and Catarina L. Oliveira

On Friday November 5th, 2021, graduate students from different departments attended the second screening of The Boquitas Pintadas Club, a film club organized by SPO graduate students Oriele Benavides, Renee Congdon and Catarina L. Oliveira.

Wednesday, Nov 3, 2021

By Anais Holgado-Lage

On Wednesday October 27th, the awarded Colombian author and illustrator Canizales virtually joined the students in SPA 207, taught by instructors Anais Holgado Lage and Perla Masi, to have a conversation about his graphic novel, "Amazona" and some of his other publications.