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Thursday, Jun 6, 2019

To begin, words of gratitude. For friends and faculty, facilities workers and families. Behind each of us today there is an education that transcends books and classrooms, an education about how to be human in this world, and it is my great joy to be able to express my gratitude to the innumerable influences that have shaped me, that have...

Thursday, Jun 6, 2019

Congratulations to our graduating concentrators

Patricia Beltran-Cortez
Melissa De Queredo
Mira Gill
Maria Heredia-Meza
Chitra Kumar
Kathryn Grace Phipps
Christian Ramos
Rene Rodriguez
Jordan Salama
Janelle Spence
Rachel Todd

Wednesday, Jun 5, 2019

Photos from the Class Day reception can be accessed here

The Department announced the following prizes which were awarded to undergraduates at the Class Day reception held June 3, 2019:

Wednesday, Jun 5, 2019

By Julie Clack

From Barcelona to Buenos Aires and Madrid to Mexico City, Spanish rap music and hip-hop brings people from all different backgrounds together. Like the music itself, the spring course “Rapping in Spanish” did the same for Princeton students.

Thursday, May 30, 2019

On May 19, 2019, SPO Lecturer Paloma Moscardó-Vallés was honored at the 7th annual “Celebrating PACH (Partners for Andean Community Health)” fundraising event for her work in designing and leading SPA 204: Medical Mission to Ecuador. Paloma also gave a brief presentation which detailed the work that she and her students have done in Ecuador....

Thursday, May 30, 2019

By Julie Clack

Last month, Monica Heller, a professor of linguistics and anthropology at the University of Toronto, came to Princeton to speak on “Language in Late Capitalism: Commodification and the Commons.” Professor Alberto Bruzos...

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

On Saturday, May 25th Silvana Bishop, Graduate/Conference Administrator from the Spanish & Portuguese Department, led the first ever Spanish-language tour of the Princeton Art Museum.

Friday, May 10, 2019

Thomas Matusiak has successfully defended his dissertation, “The Visual Guillotine: Latin America and the Cinema of Cruelty .” Following graduation, Thomas will be a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Leslie Center for the Humanities and Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Dartmouth College.

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