Lanzamiento virtual del libro de Rubén Darío y la modernidad en América Latina.
On Friday, July the 3rd, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso’s Colección Dársena will launch Rubén Darío y la modernidad en América Latina. Transitoriedad, comodificación, colonialidad, a collaborative book edited by UCB alum, Professor Mónica González García. (more…)
Please join us here for a special message to celebrate this year’s graduates of Spanish & Portuguese: https://spanish-portuguese.berkeley.edu/commencement/
We are delighted to announce that Ana Tello has been selected for the 2020 Outstanding GSI Award. Ana’s excellence in the classroom and commitments to education deserve this recognition. Please join us in congratulating Ana Tello for her outstanding work.
Congratulations to Carlos, who will begin as an Assistant Professor of Spanish at Williams College in Fall 2020. Carlos is in the process of finishing his dissertation, “Seventeenth Century Nahua Poetics: Domingo Chimalpahin and the Cemanahuac Archive,” and he will be joining the faculty of Williams College as a specialist in Colonial Latin American Literature. ¡Muchas felicidades, Carlos!
Congratulations to Professor McEnaney, who is quoted in a recent article in The New York Times, “What Do We Hear When Women Speak?” (11/20/19). The article, which focuses on perceptions of women’s voices in the context of the most recent Democratic presidential debate, draws on Professor McEnaney’s research and teaching in the emerging field of Sound Studies:(more…)
Congratulations to Holly Jackson, who will begin as an Assistant Professor in Northern Arizona University in Fall 2019. In her dissertation, Writing Spain: Race, Migration and the Construction of the Pueblo (1937-2011), Holly focuses on twentieth-century Spanish literature as a territory of doubt, arguing that literary critique of Spain’s official national narratives happens across and beyond the historical and geographical borders of the modern-day nation. Muchas felicidades, Holly!
We are pleased to announce that Ph.D candidate Yairamarén Román Maldonado has been awarded the Ford Foundation 2019 Dissertation Fellowship. This prestigious fellowship is sponsored by the Ford Foundation and administered by the Fellowships Office of the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine. Congratulations, Yaira!!
Congratulations to Molly Borowitz, who will begin as an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University in Fall 2019! Molly is currently finishing her doctoral work, which focuses on Early Modern and Colonial literature and culture. Her dissertation takes up the question of Early Modern forms of self-representation and their complex relations to institutional power. (more…)
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Alex Saum-Pascual on publishing her book #Postweb! Crear con la máquina y en la red (Iberoamericana-Vervuert, 2018). In this new book, Prof. Saum-Pascual explores the role of digital technologies in recent literary experimentation in Spain throughout the last two decades. (more…)