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  • Students who have never drilled before must attend the Orientation and all practice sessions; students who HAVE drilled before must attend the first workshop as listed below in order to establish their schedule.

    We will figure out the case-by-case attendance schedule the first day of the workshops.

    We need you!

    Schedule

    Monday, January 5:    6-7 PM ORIENTATION: 105...

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  • Kathleen wrote a bilingual Spanish and French thesis on Women of La Española, (The Dominican Republic, Haiti and the Diaspora), directed by Professors Israel Reyes and Keith L. Walker, ninety pages in Spanish and ninety pages in French.

    Dean of Faculty,  Michael Mastanduno congratulated Kathleen on her accomplishment.

    "The selection committee praised La mujer de La Española: Raza, sexualidad y espiritualidad en la isla y en la diáspora for its ambition, precision, and...

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  • This past month, passers-by in the streets of Cuzco, Peru, saw double. For the city-wide exhibit El Cusco de Martín Chambi, 32 images of the city taken by world-renowned indigenous photographer Martín Chambi early in the 20th century were enlarged and set up around the city—“in the very spaces and whenever possible from the very angles where Martín Chambi took them,” says Silvia Spitta, a professor of Spanish and of...

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  • This lecture will discuss the history and multicultural attributes of Brazil’s four most influential music styles: samba, bossa nova, MPB and Tropicália. At first, Borim will examine what anthropologist Hermano Vianna has called “samba’s mystery,” that is, how samba emerges, in the early 1930s, from the poor and despised periphery to the center of the nation’s musical identity. Roughly two and half decades later, bossa nova is born initially to stun and annoy Brazilian audiences, but soon to...

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  • Professor Raúl Bueno (Arequipa, Peru, 1944), current Chair of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, honored in La Casa de la Literatura Peruana (Lima) for his long-standing career as university professor and poet.

    Prof. Bueno’s first book of poetry, Viaje de Argos y otros poemas (Arequipa: Acosta, with a prologue of Antonio Cornejo Polar) was released in 1964. Soon after, he taught his first university course on Contemporary Latin-American Literature at the...

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  • Portuguese-language Films at Dartmouth (PLFD) is an interactive digital gateway to the Dartmouth College Library's collection of over 1,100 Portuguese-language DVDs/VHS.  Any user with access to the Internet may search, browse, and learn about Lusophone film and television in the PLFD. In addition to serving as a search tool, students of Portuguese at Dartmouth create posts for the PLFD and leave comments on films that they watch in their courses. Collaborators on the project include Rodolfo...

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  • Daniel Link 10/08 - The Great Depression of the 21st Century: Towards a Vocabulary of the Crisis

    Daniel Link is professor of 20th Century Literature at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and director of the Master’s Program in Latin American Literary Studies at the University 3 de Febrero in Buenos Aires. He has published successful novels (La ansiedad, Monserrat, La mafia rusa), literary criticism (Cómo se lee, Clases, Fantasmas), and weekly newspaper columns. Link has been a...

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  • Professor Rebecca Biron gave the opening keynote address for the Simposio Internacional Elena Garro. Assistant Professor Noelia Cirnigliaro’s edition is awarded the SSEMW’s prize for the Best Collaborative Project of 2013. Kianny Antigua, writer and Lecturer of Spanish, honored for her work and accomplishments in NYC.

    Professor Rebecca Biron gave the opening keynote address for the Simposio Internacional Elena Garro hosted by the Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México (UACM) in...

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  • In 1982, the same year that Gabriel García Márquez, who died Thursday, April 17, at the age of 87, received the Nobel Prize in Literature, Gregory Rabassa ’44, his English translator, was given an honorary degree by his alma mater—Dartmouth College.

    García Márquez’s praise of Rabassa’s work—that he preferred the English translation of One Hundred Years of Solitude to the original Spanish—is widely reported. Speaking with Dartmouth Now on April 18, Rabassa waved away his own...

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  • Douglas Moody, a senior lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese languages and literatures, has been selected as this year’s Dartmouth recipient of Campus Compact for New Hampshire’s Presidents’ Good Steward Award. The award recognizes “a member of the faculty, administration, or staff member who has contributed his or her professional expertise in service to the wider community and who has significantly advanced public service on their campus.” Moody...

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