Department of Spanish and Portuguese



Sarah Singer, Senior Academic Advisor

Congratulations, Sarah Singer!

Mon, Apr 30, 2018





Min Suk Kim

Congratulations, Min Suk Kim!

Fri, Mar 30, 2018


Tropical Riffs

Jason Borge: Tropical Riffs

Thu, Mar 8, 2018



Lienzo de Quauhquechollan

Congratulations to Dr. Kelly McDonough!

UNESCO designates World Memory object

Fri, Feb 2, 2018


Dr. Naomi Lindstrom

Congratulations to Dr. Naomi Lindstrom!

Dr. Lindstrom has been granted a Faculty Research Award 2018-19 which will allow her to work on her project “Prophetic and Apocalyptic Discourse in the work of Latin American Jewish Writers.”

Tue, Jan 9, 2018


Dr. Dale Koike

Congratulations to Dr. Dale Koike!

Dr. Koike has been granted a Faculty Research Award 2018-19 which will allow her to work on her project "Pragmatics, Frames, Culture and Community in Social Interaction"

Thu, Jan 4, 2018


Dr. Gabriela Polit

Congratulations to Dr. Gabriela Polit on her new publication in LAAR!

Dr. Polit's most recent article, "Falling into Silence: or, The Reach and Limits of Reporting Horror in Patricia Nieto’s Work" has just been published in the latest issue of the Latin American Research Review

Thu, Dec 14, 2017


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Congratulations to Dr. Sergio Romero!

Dr. Sergio Romero has been granted two important fellowships, the Humboldt Foundation “Experienced Researcher” Fellowship and the Gerda Henkel Foundation Research Scholarship

Tue, Dec 5, 2017



Dr. Sonia Roncador

Congratulations to Prof. Sonia Roncador for receiving the Humanities Research Award (2017-2018)

Mon, Oct 9, 2017

This award given by the College of Liberal Arts, offers support for research projects at the trend of the Humanities and Social Sciences. ¨Imperial Trash: The Portuguese in the American Tropics (Brazil, Trinidad and Hawaii)¨ is the first project to challenge the nationalist paradigm that has shaped the scholarship of Portuguese immigration.


Dr. Cory Reed

Congratulations to Prof. Cory Reed for receiving the Humanities Research Award (2017-2018)

Mon, Oct 9, 2017

The project "Embodied Cognition, Empathy, and Activism in Early Modern Spanish Theatrical Performance.” seeks to understand the cultural dynamics of what we might call an early modern social activism in Europe, as exemplified by theatrical performances that participated in public campaigns of social awareness and political action during times of war and cultural tension in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Spain.








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Congratulations to Minerva Hernández!

Winner of the 2nd Annual Celebration of Spanglish Day Creative Writing Contest

Wed, Jan 18, 2017


Alejandra Robledo - Junior, Class of 2018 International Relations and Global Studies major and Latin American Studies Minor.

Congratulations to Alejandra Robledo!

Winner of the 2nd Annual Celebration of Spanglish Day Creative Writing Contest

Wed, Jan 18, 2017








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