A leading voice in Latin American studies, Rossana Reguillo has given us a new vocabulary for understanding the ultra-contemporary forms of violence that shape not only her native Mexico, but which have come to condition global politics and visual culture in the twenty-first century.
Daniela Salcedo Arnaiz has contributed a chapter to the book Hispanic Contact Linguistics: Theoretical, Methodological and Empirical Perspectives, to be published by John Benjamins Press this year.
By Mariana Bono
On Monday, February 25th, SPA207 students visited the Rare Books and Special Collections, where Fernando Acosta-Rodríguez, librarian for Latin American Studies, Latino Studies, and Iberian Peninsular Studies, guided us through an exploration of the Augusto Monterroso Papers and other archival sources in connection with...
SPO Concentrator Peter Schmidt '20 was recently named a 2019 Arthur Liman Fellow in Public Interest Law selected by The Princeton University Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA).
By Julie Clack
Prof. Rubén Gallo’s opinion piece titled “Is This the End of Cuba’s Astonishing Artistic Freedom?” was recently published in the New York Times. Please click here to read more.
Visiting Professor Marília Librandi created a website with the undergraduate students of her seminar “Indigenous Brazil.” The website features short essays written in Portuguese by the students on various indigenous groups, info and images from guest lecturers who visited the seminar, poems etc.
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Flora Thomson-DeVeaux ’13 recently defended her dissertation titled "Toward a New Translation of Memórias Póstumas de Brás Cubas” at Brown University for her Ph.D. in Portuguese and Brazilian Studies.
On Wednesday, December 12, 2018, students, faculty, graduate students and staff gathered at Palmer House for a Holiday Reception before the winter recess.
Acting Chair Rubén Gallo began the evening with brief remarks followed by Professor Rachel Price who introduced Visiting Student Research Collaborator (VSRC), Mónica Ravelo.