• Visiting Scholars and Artists from Puerto Rico (VISAPUR)

    Tuesday, Jul 17, 2018

    The Program in Latin American Studies (PLAS) is hosting members of the academic and artistic communities of Puerto Rico as visitors at Princeton University in summer 2018. The program is sponsored by PLAS and the Office of the Provost, with the endorsement of the Princeton Task Force on Puerto Rico.

    Read more here.

  • Myesha Jemison '18 elected to Princeton Board of Trustees

    Thursday, Jun 21, 2018

    Myesha Jemison '18 has recently been elected to serve on the Princeton Board of Trustees. Jemison was elected by the junior, senior and two youngest alumni classes to serve four years as a young alumni trustee.

    Jemison graduated from Princeton on June 5 with a degree in Spanish and Portuguese and certificates in African studies, African American studies, environmental studies and Latin American studies. Post-graduation, she will work in management development with McMaster-Carr.

  • Video: Kyle Berlin '18 delivers Princeton's Valedictory address

    Wednesday, Jun 6, 2018

    Princeton's valedictorian Kyle Berlin, a Spanish and Portuguese major from Arroyo Grande, California, delivers his remarks. A member of Rockefeller College, Berlin was awarded the George B. Wood Legacy Junior Prize in 2017, the Freshman First Honor Prize in 2015 and the Shapiro Prize for Academic Excellence in 2014-15.

    A transcript of his address is available here.

  • Prizes Awarded to Undergraduates on Class Day

    Monday, Jun 4, 2018

    Photos from the Class Day reception can be accessed here.
    Photo credit: Daiane Tamanaha

    The Department announced the following prizes which were awarded to undergraduates at the Class Day reception held June 4, 2018:

    Premio Ángel Rama for excellence by a freshman or sophomore in advanced Spanish courses:

    Hadley Wilhoite

  • Teaching Materials by SPO alum Cara Zampino ’17 featured in Asymptote

    Tuesday, May 29, 2018

    This spring Cara Zampino ’17 joined Asymptote, an international journal for literature in translation, to help develop teaching material on pieces published by the magazine. Asymptote’s latest educational guide features Zampino’s first lesson plan, “Race and Cultural Studies: De/Re/Constructing Race Through Performance,” designed for upper-level high school and college classrooms.

  • Valedictorian Kyle Berlin entwines compassion, creativity through ‘deep listening’ at Princeton

    Thursday, May 24, 2018

    Berlin, who is concentrating in Spanish and Portuguese languages and cultures and is pursuing certificates in creative writing, Latin American studies and theater, is the valedictorian of the Class of 2018. He will deliver an address at the University’s Commencement ceremony on June 5. A member of Rockefeller College, Berlin was awarded the George B. Wood Legacy Junior Prize in 2017, the Freshman First Honor Prize in 2015 and the Shapiro Prize for Academic Excellence in 2014-15.

  • Photo by SPO alum Olivia Adechi ’16 Featured in “HYPHEN” Exhibit

    Wednesday, May 23, 2018

    A photo by SPO alum Olivia Adechi ’16 titled I Know Their Name, Chímaira I, 2014 is currently on display as part of “HYPHEN”, an exhibit located in the upper and lower hyphens, or connecting corridors, of Chancellor Green. The photos by Princeton students and recent graduates will focus on the University’s diverse student population, their experiences at home and their lives at Princeton.

  • Charlie Hankin Awarded 2018 Arcadio Díaz-Quiñones Prize

    Monday, May 21, 2018

    SPO's end of the year reception was held on Friday May 11, 2018. During the event, graduate student Charlie Hankin was presented with the 2018 Arcadio Díaz-Quiñones Prize for excellence in teaching by a graduate student in the department.


  • SPO concentrators Cecilia Hsu and Peter Schmidt and certificate student Joe McGrath selected as international Streicker Fellows

    Monday, May 14, 2018

    Cecilia Hsu, Peter Schmidt and Joe McGrath have recently been selected as international Streicker Fellows by Princeton’s Office of International Programs. In total, fifteen Princeton undergraduates have been selected and will pursue internships and conduct research abroad this summer.

    The Streicker International Fellows Fund was established in 2015 to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to carry out substantive research or educational projects while immersed in a foreign culture. 


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