Follow Jordan's path along the Magdalena River and read his thoughts on his time with SPO, language learning, study abroad and what he wished he had included in the final print of "Every Day the River Changes".
Check out SPO study abroad programs and see this year's exciting pictures!
This grant will help Daniela set up mobile libraries in Peru as part of a pilot study aimed to increase accessibility.
Graduate students Oriele Benavides, Catarina L. Oliveira and David Rivera received one of the
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.
By Danielle Ranucci, SPO Social Media Assistant
On March 16, SPO alumni Brandon Flora Dunlevy, Jimin Kang, and Cecilia Hsu joined the SPA 215: A Spanish Writing Workshop seminar for a conversation about their experience writing senior theses featuring translation.
“Thinking about the types of theses that SPO majors write, we…
On February 17, we welcomed Prof. Francisco Moreno Fernández, from Alcalá University and Heidelberg University, for a virtual visit in SPA-LIN 211 (Varieties of Spanish).
Prof. Moreno Fernández is a renowned linguist, editor of several specialized journals and books in the field of sociolinguistics. He has also served as member of the…
By Michelle Tong
During fall break this semester, students enrolled in SPA 250 participated in a week-long trip to Puerto Rico. Led by Professor Christina Lee and Spanish and Portuguese graduate student Rodney Lebrón who co-teaches the course, the trip included opportunities for students to meet with Puerto Rican artists, political…
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.…
Students in POR 107 have created a television show titled “Perspectivas da Lusofonia.” Recently Elise Hogan ’24 hosted an interview with Professor Pedro Meira Monteiro, and Nick Pusater ’22 interviewed Brazilian photographer Jennifer Cabral-Pierce.
The project was coordinated by Portuguese lecturer Daiane Tamanaha.