Machado's The Posthumous Memoirs of Brás Cubas translated by SPO alum Flora Thomson-DeVeaux '13 will be released on June 2, 2020 as part of the Penguin Classics series.
SPO graduate student Berta del Río Alcala was selected as a recipient of a 2020 Graduate School Teaching Award in recognition of her work as an assistant in instruction. Teaching Awards honor graduate students who have made a significant and exceptional contribution to undergraduate teaching.
Graduate student Ingrid Brioso Rieumont has received an Honorable Mention in the 2020 Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship Competition.
Professor Arturo Arias, Visiting Research Scholar and Visiting Professor at PLAS and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese (Fall 2019) was recently awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for his research on contemporary indigenous novels from Guatemala and Mexico.
By Paloma Moscardó
Alumni share stories of friendship, best memories, and opportunities they pursued as Spanish and Portuguese (SPO) concentrators.
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Kang’s essay titled “I’m an international student 7,000 miles away from family. Loneliness is my new reality. “ was recently published on Vox First Person.
Read her essay on the Vox website.
Professor Christina Lee recently published a new book titled The Spanish Pacific, 1521-1815: A Reader of Primary Sources. The book was co-edited by Lee and Professor Ricardo Padrón, associate professor of Spanish at the University of Virginia.
Jordan Salama is a Spanish and Portuguese (SPO) alum who graduated from Princeton in 2019. He is a writer, journalist, and producer who has written for The New York Times, National Public Radio, The Forward, Mongabay, ReVista: The Harvard Review of Latin America, and more.