Kate and Kathryn, both members of the Class of 2019, will be assisting the Language Programs in various ways. Among other things, they will be available to meet with students who have been recommended by their instructor, as well as those interested in some aspect of the language they are studying beyond the classroom setting.
Alberto Bruzos Moro recently received the 2018 Outstanding Article award by the journal Hispania for his article "El capital cultural del español y su enseñanza como lengua extranjera en Estados Unidos". This award recognizes the top article among more than 30 other articles published during the two-year period in the journal.
The papers of Argentine author and critic Ricardo Piglia, professor emeritus of the Princeton University Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures, are now available for research at Firestone Library.
More information can be found here.
A detailed finding aid describing the content of the archive can be found here.
Marcelo de Rocha Lima Diego has successfully defended his dissertation, “Ópera Flutuante: Teatro Lírico, Literatura e Sociedade no Rio de Janeiro do Segundo Reinado.”
Alumna Cecilia Palmeiro *09 was recently interviewed by Broadly as part of the series, You Know Who Rules? Palmeiro is a professor of Latin American literature and queer theory at New York University Buenos Aires.
Read the interview here.
Applications are open for Study Abroad Summer 2018 Programs.
The application deadline for Princeton in Argentina and Spain is February 15, 2018
The application deadline for Princeton in Portugal is February 19, 2018
Princeton in Argentina
Program dates: June 9 through July 14, 2018.
Princeton in Portugal
Program dates: June 3 through June 30, 2018.
Ruth Halvey has successfully defended her dissertation, “Narcoviolencia in Contemporary Mexican Culture.”
On December 8, 2017, SPO lecturers, Catalina Mendez Vallejo, Paloma Moscardo, Anais Holgado, Nadia Cervantes, and Andie Faber presented a talk at Instituto Cervantes, New York, at a conference for Spanish language educators titled, “El futuro de la enseñanza del español en EE.UU.” (The future of Spanish teaching in the United States).
Elizabeth Hochberg has successfully defended her dissertation, “The People United: Popular Power and Political Fictions in Chile (1936-1973).” Elizabeth is a Teaching Associate in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies at the University of Washington (Seattle).