Over fall break, students enrolled in “Poisonous Flowers: Radical Women in Latin America” took a trip to Los Angeles to view the art show, “Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1975.”
Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017
Joseph Tobin is among the recently named Schwarzman Scholars. The Schwarzman Scholarship covers the cost of graduate study and living toward a one-year master’s program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Friday, Dec 1, 2017
SPO and Princeton Capoeira organized the second edition of Noite de Capoeira on Thursday, November 29th.
Thursday, Nov 30, 2017
On November 17, SPA207 students paid a visit to Firestone Library to see a recently acquired ephemeral collection that documents the Spanish grassroots protest movement called 15-M, after the date it started (May 15, 2011).
Wednesday, Nov 22, 2017
Jordan Thomas ’18, who is pursuing a certificate in Portuguese, was recently awarded a Rhodes Scholarship for graduate study at the University of Oxford.
Monday, Nov 20, 2017
On Friday, October 20, 2017 the Program in Latin American Studies at Princeton University sponsored Part I of a symposium on Bankruptcy and Citizenship in Puerto Rico, titled Debt and Colonialism in the Aftermath of Hurricane María.
Monday, Nov 6, 2017
On October 12, over 40 students, faculty, staff and friends gathered on Princeton University’s campus for a tribute to Ricardo Piglia, professor of Spanish and Portuguese languages and cultures, emeritus. Piglia died Jan. 6 of cardiac arrest from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was 76.
Wednesday, Nov 1, 2017
Written by Rachel Price In 1900 Moses Taylor Pyne withdrew funds to begin construction on what would eventually become East Pyne, the building that now houses the Spanish and Portuguese as well as other language departments.
Tuesday, Oct 31, 2017
The Junior Seminar (taught by Professors Christina Lee and Nicole Legnani) participated in a CBLI Program called “Gente y Cuentos” in Trenton on October 27th. The program, moderated by Alma Concepción, aims at making literary works accessible to anyone, regardless of his/her literary level.