The honorary degree was awarded by President Christopher L. Eisgruber during the Commencement ceremony on May 30, 2023, and is the most unequivocal recognition of Professor Díaz-Quiñones’s consistent and profound contributions to the University and to Puerto Rican and Latin American Culture.
In addition to silkscreen posters and prints donated soon after they moved to Princeton in 1982, SPO Emeritus Professor Arcadio Díaz-Quiñones and Alma Concepción added 6 more pieces from various graphic artists to their generous donation.
El fuego en el que ardemos (Madrid, Postmetropolis, 2022) narrates the lives of five generations of a family who emigrated to Cuba from Spain returning years later with a small fortune.
They discussed important topics like syllabi, materials and lesson plans, assessment, and more. Their time together was very productive.
September 11, 2023 will mark the fiftieth anniversary of the military coup against President Salvador Allende in Chile. This grant will support a series of workshops, symposia, panels, art installations, and performances to commemorate this anniversary.
The fun and relaxed conversation, which was filled with a series of anecdotes and stories, also generated a list of up-and-coming authors and filmmakers from the authors’ respective countries for the public to look out for.
On Wednesday, April 5, 2023, the Brazil LAB, together with the Departments of Spanish and Portuguese and Anthropology, celebrated the centennial of Portuguese Nobel Laureate José Saramago, with a conversation between Pilar del Río, Lilia M. Schwarcz, and Kathryn Bishop-Sánchez, moderated by Pedro Meira Monteiro.
On April 14th, Anna Alsina Naudi and Nicolás Espejo Yáksic (Research Center for Constitutional Studies of the Supreme Court of Mexico) organized a full-day workshop. It was a very inspiring and creative day. We’re grateful to all participants who brought so much to this roundtable conversation!
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese (SPO) at Princeton University is proud to announce that Associate Professor Javier Guerrero and alumnus Dr. Thomas Matusiak '19 have received prestigious awards at the 2023 Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Section Awards.
Anna Alsina Naudi has contributed a chapter to Estudios del discurso - The Routledge Handbook of Spanish Language Discourse Studies, edited by Carmen López Ferrero, Isolda E. Carranza and Teun A. van Dijk.