Scott Boehm, Assistant Professor of Spanish, publishes article on the connections between the Spanish Civil War and the January 6th Insurrection

Professor Scott Boehm has recently published an article that makes the case that it would be to our collective benefit to consider 20th century Spanish history when attempting to understand…

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Professor Rocío Quispe-Agnoli gives keynote presentation on Speculative Fiction and Genre Bias in Peruvian Literature
Dr. Rocío Quispe-Agnoli

Professor Rocío Quispe-Agnoli gives keynote presentation on Speculative Fiction and Genre Bias in Peruvian Literature

Professor Rocío Quispe-Agnoli was one of the invited presenters on the XIII Annual Colloquium for Literature Students at the Federico Villarreal National University (XIII Coloquio Annual de Estudiantes de Literatura,…

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Giovanni Salazar Calvo, PhD Candidate in RCS, will join the Research Methods Workshop for Early-Career Graduate Students at the Newberry Library (Chicago)

Giovanni Salazar Calvo, PhD Candidate in Hispanic and Cultural Studies in our department, has been accepted to the Research Methods Workshop for Early-Career Graduate Students, organized by the Newberry Library…

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Dr. Christopher Estrada Awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Brazil
Dr. Christopher Estrada draped in a sequined gola or cape made by maracatu artisan Thony de Lima, depicting Saint George slaying the last dragon. St.George has a syncretistic association with Yoruba deity Ogun in the Afro-Brazilian religions which play a role in maracatu.

Dr. Christopher Estrada Awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Brazil

Dr. Christopher Estrada draped in a sequined gola or cape made by maracatu artisan Thony de Lima, depicting Saint George slaying the last dragon. St.George has a syncretistic association with…

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RCS Celebrates Maddie Hannon’s First Place Award at UURAF
Maddie Hannon, Spanish major and first place award winner at the 2021 University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF).

RCS Celebrates Maddie Hannon’s First Place Award at UURAF

Maddie Hannon, Spanish major and first place award winner at the 2021 University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF). The Department of Romance and Classical Studies is very pleased to…

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RCS Professor Dr. Rocío Quispe-Agnoli interviewed by WKAR and The State News for “The Science of Grief” and Women’s History Month
Dr. Rocío Quispe-Agnoli

RCS Professor Dr. Rocío Quispe-Agnoli interviewed by WKAR and The State News for “The Science of Grief” and Women’s History Month

The Department of Romance and Classical Studies is pleased to highlight Dr. Rocío Quispe-Agnoli, Professor of Hispanic Studies and Editor-in-Chief of the Revista de Estudios de Género y Sexualidades (REGS),…

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EVENT: “Cruel Allegories of Capitalist Crisis in Spain: Horror Film, Cultural Trauma & Allegorical Realism”. CERES Brown Bag w/ Dr. Scott Boehm
Flyer for Dr. Scott Boehm's CERES Brown Brag Talk. "Cruel Allegories of Capitalist Crisis in Spain: Horror Film, Cultural Trauma & Allegorical Realism"

EVENT: “Cruel Allegories of Capitalist Crisis in Spain: Horror Film, Cultural Trauma & Allegorical Realism”. CERES Brown Bag w/ Dr. Scott Boehm

Dr. Scott Boehm, Assistant Professor of Spanish in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies, will be giving a CERES Brown Bag talk on Friday, March 5th, 2021 at 12:00…

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EVENT: “Cultivating Early Multilingualism: A Global View of Advocacy and Research”
Cultivating Early Multilingualism: a Global View of Advocacy and Research.

EVENT: “Cultivating Early Multilingualism: A Global View of Advocacy and Research”

Cultivating Early Multilingualism:  A Global View of Advocacy and Research  Thursday, February 25  11am EST / 5pm CET / 6pm SAST  Free registration  Join us for a panel disucussion with…

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