Portuguese and Spanish Culture Courses Taught in English
* All of our courses will have the GLOBAL CULTURES flag
PRC 320E. Topics in Brazilian Studies (3 Semester hours).
Focuses on significant issues in Brazilian society and culture. May be repeated for credit when the topics vary.
Topic 1: Samba to Hip Hop: Brazilian Popular Music. Portuguese Civilization 320E (Topic 1) and 325E (Topic: Samba to Hip Hop: Brazilian Popular Music) may not both be counted.
Topic 2: Global Brazil: Immigration and Diaspora in Brazil. Portuguese Civilization 320E (Topic 3) and Portuguese 375 (Topic 7) may not both be counted.
Topic 3: Afro-Luso-Brazilian Worlds.
SPC 320C. Topics in Iberian or Latin American Studies (3 Semester hours).
Significant issues in Iberian or Latin American societies and cultures. May be repeated for credit when the topics vary.
Topic 1: Jewish Voices from Latin America. Only one of the following may be counted: Spanish Civilization 320C (Topic 1), Spanish 342 (Topic 3), or 352 (Topic: Latin American Jewish Writers).
Topic 2: Mediascapes: Literature and Media in the Caribbean. Spanish Civilization 320C (Topic 2) and Spanish 350K (Topic 5) may not both be counted.
Faculty & Research
- New Faculty Orientation
- Faculty Publications
- Niyi Afolabi
- Arturo Arias
- Jason Borge
- Luis E. Carcamo-Huechante
- Héctor Dominguez-Ruvalcaba
- Vivian Flanzer
- Jane Johnson
- Orlando R. Kelm
- Dale Koike
- Delia L. Montesinos
- Melissa D. Murphy
- Chiyo Nishida
- Mina Ogando-Lavin
- Gabriela Polit
- Jill Robbins
- Cesar A Salgado
- Jossianna Arroyo-Martinez
- Naomi E. Lindstrom
- Sonia Roncador
- Cory A. Reed
- Kelly McDonough
- Sandro Sessarego
- Graduate Students
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- Graduate Publications
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- Undergraduate Program
Courses in Spanish and Portuguese
- Language Program
- XXII Graduate Colloquium
- Luis Fellowship
- The Investiture of Professor Arturo Arias
- Fourth Texas Cervantes Symposium
- EDUARDO LALO at UT Austin Nov. 14-15
- Language contact and bilingualism
- Achy Obejas
- Prof Sandro Sessarego
- What the Entrepreneur Sees in Don Quixote
- Prof. Sandro Sessarego, specialist in Contact Linguistics, to join the faculty in Fall 2014.
- "Narrating Narcos" Book Presentation by Gabriela Polit
- The State of the Comedia Suelta: Celebrating the Texas Collections
- Pragda Fillm Festival
- prof. lindstrom appointed Gale Family
- colloquium: Racialized Geographies
- Don Quijote and the Mediterranean World
- Feature Archive
- Events & Seminars
- Giving to Spanish & Portuguese
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