Professor Christina García’s article “Baroque Revolutionaries, Communist Fags, and Risky Friendships: Reading the Politics of Friendship in Fresa y chocolate” has been published in Volume 47, 2019 issue of Cuban Studies.
Click the link below to hear the second podcast of HispaCasts created in collaboration with Mike Overholt from the Teaching and Learning Team. Episode 1 – Madi Crow – January 2019 Dr. Del Mastro, Chair of Hispanic Studies, interviews Spanish major Madi Crow to chat about Madi’s undergraduate experience and her year-long study abroad in Argentina and […]
Dr. Félix Vásquez Following his undergraduate degree in accounting from the Universidad Particular Ricardo Palma in Lima, Perú, Professor Vásquez continued his education in the U.S. with an M.A. in Spanish from Winthrop University, and a Ph.D. in Colonial and 19th-Century Spanish American Literature from the University of Kentucky. He taught at both the University […]
Professor Stephanie Forgash Upon completion of her B.A. in Spanish at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, Professor Forgash continued with an M.A. in the same area and at the same institution, and then spent a year teaching Spanish language at Central Piedmont and Rown Cabarrus Community Colleges respectively. She then moved to Viña del […]
Professor Raúl Carrillo Arciniega’s study “Un acercamiento a la figuración del sentido poética en Pascual Buxó” has been published in Number 264 (July-September 2018) of the journal Revista Iberoamericana.
Sarah Dixon, a double major in Spanish and Public Health (’19) in the Honors College, is also an official College of Charleston Spanish tutor, peer facilitator, past Student Body Secretary (2017) and Job Coach (2016). She has also devoted countless hours as a volunteer in various contexts to include serving the Associate Director of Research […]
Professor Mark P. Del Mastro had multiple roles at the 2018 Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (MIFLC) held October 4-6 at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville: Organized and presented in panel on the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society. Organized, chaired and presented the second annual session on “Stop the Bleeding: Language Departments and the Dwindling […]
Professor Susan Divine’s article “The Nature of Anxiety: Precarious City Lives in La piqueta and La trabajadora” has been accepted for publication in the journal Ecozon@: European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment.
Professor Michael Gómez’s article “Shedding Light on José Fernández Bremón’s ‘Un crimen científico’: Science and Science Fiction in Restoration Spain,” will be published in the December 2018 issue of the journal Anales Galdosianos.
Professor Sarah Owens was invited to give three different lectures during the first half of the 2018 calendar year: Plenary Lecture, “Religious Spaces in the Far East: Women’s Travel and Writing in Manila and Macao.” Attending to Early Modern Women. Milwaukee, WI. June 14-16. Invited Lecture, “La boticas de los conventos peruanos coloniales.” Museo Nacional […]