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Four PhD Candidates Successfully Defend Dissertations

Four PhD candidates in the Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies recently successfully defended their dissertations. Yanire Márquez – dissertation: “Shattering the Limits of Visual Cinema: Haptic and Sensorial Visuality in Spanish Women…

Carpio Ríos receives Tumi Award

Meloddye Carpio Ríos, PhD candidate in Hispanic Literary and Cultural Studies, has received the Tumi Award. This recognition is given by the Peruvian community in recognition of outstanding students of Peruvian descent in…

Recent Italian event brings musicians, scholars to campus

The Italian program recently hosted an event entitled “From Book to Sound: Italian Singer-Songwriters and their Literary Heritage” that was both a lecture by Professor Francesco Ciabattoni of Georgetown University and a live…

Results of the First Ciudad Ñ Literary Contest Announced

The jury of the first Ciudad Ñ Literary Contest is pleased to announce the the following:   First prize: Michael Ordower “Cinco microcuentos” for the “great sophistication in language, mastery of genre and originality”.…

Jennifer Cabrelli receives Graduate Mentoring Award

Jennifer Cabrelli (Asst. Prof. of Hispanic Linguistics) has been named as one of four recipients of the Graduate Mentoring Award by the Graduate College. This award is given in recognition of excellence and innovation…

Lisa James nominated for HOPE award

Graduate student and TA Lisa James was nominated by undergraduate Linda Osei for an Honoring Our Professors’ Excellence (HOPE) Award. The HOPE awards are presented by Campus Housing to recognize faculty who have made…

Kara Morgan-Short featured on Talkin' L2 podcast

Kara Morgan-Short (Hispanic and Italian Studies) gave a great interview about her research on language acquisition and the brain on Dr. Bill VanPatten’s podcast Talkin’ L2. You can check out the interview on episode…