Silvana Bishop, who has worked in SPO for over 18 years and is now retiring, was honored on December 9th at Palmer House. We congratulate her on this milestone and wish her a long and happy retirement.
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Come find out more on November 3rd at 4:30pm (010 East Pyne) and join the Caravan! This is a PIIRS Exploration Seminar.
This fall, SPA 250 will offer a trip to Puerto Rico over Fall Break.
Students who are eligible and interested in enrolling in the course should check for more details on the Course offerings webpage.
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is saddened to announce the passing of Ronald Surtz, professor of Spanish and Portuguese languages and literatures, emeritus.
Surtz joined Princeton’s faculty in 1973 and transferred to emeritus status in 2016. His teaching and research centered on religious texts with a focus on religious…
On Friday, January 28, Ingrid Brioso Rieumont successfully defended her dissertation titled “Representaciones póstumas en Cuba y Brasil, 1870-1910.”
Ingrid has been appointed as a Postgraduate Research Associate (PGRA) with the department beginning this month.
The special volume, País Portátil: Contemporary Venezuelan Literature and Arts, was curated and edited by Professor Javier Guerrero and was recently published by Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas.
Access the full volume via Taylor & Francis Online.
Christina Lee, associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese, and Cristina Martinez-Juan, research fellow of Philippine Studies at SOAS University of London, have recently been named recipients of a research grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Their project, titled “The Library of the Convent of San Pablo …
For her senior thesis, Anne Elizabeth Sidamon-Eristoff ’20 designed a collaborative project between the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute to study the impact of detention at the United States–Mexico border, parent-child separation on children’s mental health, and to determine whether pre-immigration…