Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Owens, whose co-authored work, Health and Healing in the Early Modern Iberian World: A Gendered Perspective (University of Toronto Press, 2021), is now in print and ready for consumption. The following description, provided by the publisher, gives a little idea of the focus of this fascinating study: “Recognizing the variety of […]
The Department of Hispanic Studies is proud to announce that Dr. Joe Weyers’ article, “A tale of three languages: Spanish, Guaraní, and English in Asunción, Paraguay,” has recently been accepted for publication in the spring 2021 issue The Southern Journal of Linguistics. A hearty congratulations to Dr. Weyers for this considerable achievement!
Dear HISP & Friends, It is with great pride that I present you with the latest edition of the official magazine of Hispanic Studies, Hispanews. As you will see, we packed a lot into this past academic year of 2019-2020. Thanks to all who participated in our many activities—students, teachers and friends. Truly, things wouldn’t […]
Dear HISP Colleagues & Friends, I am pleased to announce that Dr. Carmen Grace’s most recent article, “Encuentros retóricos en las artes: La pintura y la predicación áureas,” has been published in eHumanista 42 (2019): 55-65. I hope you will join me in congratulating Carmen for this significant achievement. Un saludo cordial, Mike Gómez
Dr. Carmen Grace’s most recent article, “Encuentros retóricos en las artes: La pintura y la predicación áureas,” has been published in eHumanista 42 (2019): 55-65. Congratulations, Dr. Grace!
Dear HISP Faculty & Friends, I am very happy to announce that Dr. Silvia Rodríguez Sabater’s short-form article, “Food for Thought: Building Socially Conscious Readers and Writers through Exploring Eating Practices and Sustainability Perspectives,” has been accepted for publication in Hispania. Please join me in congratulating her for this significant achievement. All best, Mike Gómez
Dr. Joe Weyers’ article, ‘Vos and tú in the linguistic landscape: Attitudes toward their use in Medellín, Colombia,’ has been accepted for publication in Spanish in Context.
On Thursday, May 9, Professor Sarah Owens was presented the 2019 Dean’s Excellence Award for Faculty Research by the School of Languages Cultures and World Affairs.
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.
Professor Mary Ann Blitt has co-authored the 3rd and 2nd editions of the college textbooks Exploraciones and Exploraciones Curso Intermedio respectively with Cengage.