Professor Emiro Martínez-Osorio was awarded two research fellowships to study the link between cartography, alphabetic writing and indigenous communities in Colonial Spanish America. He received the José Amor y Vázquez Fellowship from the John Carter Brown Library for his project “The Writings of Cacique Diego de Torres: Mestizo Literacies and Indigenous Networks in the Viceroyalty […]
Full-time Faculty in the Spanish program will offer an exciting array of literature courses in 2017-18: Professor María Figueredo will lead AP/SP 4880 3.0 Nos/otras: Contemporary Poetic Expressions of Spanish American Women Fall: Thursdays 2:30 Professor Emiro Martínez-Osorio will lead AP/SP 4580 3.0 Spanish-American Modernismo Winter: Wednesdays 11:30 and AP/SP 3220 3.0 Hispanic Caribbean Literature: […]
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Take Intermediate Spanish in Ávila, Spain! Unlike learning in a regular classroom, this abroad course was able to teach me so much about the Spanish language in ways that I was able to retain the material being taught through the use of Spanish in daily interactions." – Hanna Kim (Summer 2015) DESCRIPTION: This course is an […]