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Epple publishes on microfiction, delivers keynotes in Chile and Kentucky

Professor Emeritus of Spanish Juan Epple has published a book chapter titled “Precursores de la minificción hispanoamericana”, Entre el ojo y la letra. El microrrrelato hispanoamericano actual.  Carlos Paldao y Laura Pollastri, eds, (New York: Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española ...

Herrmann selected as one of two UO nominees for NEH Summer Stipend

Associate Professor of Spanish Gina Herrmann has been selected to one of two UO nominees for the 2015 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend program. Even if Herrmann should not be awarded the NEH funding, the UO will fund her research in summer 2015. Herrmann’s project is an ...
SPAN 399 Short Films

Students create short films in summer Spanish ‘Screenplay Studies’ course

Students in professor Monica Fainzaig-Zylberberg’s summer SPAN 399 produced three amazing short films.  This is quite an impressive feat considering the condensed schedule of this 4 week long summer course. A note from professor Fainzaig-Zylberberg: The challenge to the students of Screenplay ...

RL majors honored for academic excellence

Congratulations to French Major Senna Steward, Spanish major Sarah Blanchard and Romance Languages major, Daniel Spragens! Senna Stewart and Daniel Spragens with Professor Moore and Professor Schacter. February 20, 2014 The three students were honored at an award ceremony and banquet on February ...

Psaki publishes book on King Arthur in Italy

Giustina Family Professor of Italian Language and Literature Regina Psaki has published a collaborative history on a little-known piece of medieval Italian culture: the legends of King Arthur. The Arthur of the Italians doesn’t get studied by English and French Arthurianists, in part because of ...
Enjuto receives award

Cecilia Enjuto Rangel Receives Excellence Award

Cecilia Enjuto Rangel, Associate Professor of Spanish in the Romance Languages department, has been awarded Excellence Award for Outstanding Mentorship in Graduate Studies this year. Enjuto Rangel consistently supports not only her advisees, but all Romance Languages and Comparative Literature ...
Sayo Murcia Wins Award

Sayo Murcia Awarded for Excellence in Pedagogy

Congratulations to Sayo Murcia, Senior Instructor of Spanish for winning the prestigious Thomas F. Herman Achievement Award for Excellence in Pedagogy. On Wednesday, May 28, 2014 UO President Michael Gottfredson (along with a large group of fellow faculty members, family, and friends) surprised ...
Cory Browning, to join UO Fall 14

Cory Browning to Join UO RL Fall 14

Cory Browning is completing his PhD in Romance Studies at Cornell University. Cory’s research focuses primarily on nineteenth-century French literature, but he also works on eighteenth and twentieth century French and Francophone literature, aesthetics and politics, and the fledgling field of ...
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2014 RL Spring Social

The Romance Languages Department will host its annual Spring Social on Thursday, May 22 in the Gerlinger Lounge.  The Spring Social is a celebration of achievements by RL undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty.  The 2014-2015 RL scholarship winners will be honored at this event. ...

Delgadillo in a category of her own

RL alumna Adrianna Delgadillo (M.A., 2010) teaches Spanish at Maybeck High School in Berkeley, CA. She didn’t win Tutor Corps’ recent Teacher of the Year contest, but she’s still all smiles. The organization, which specializes in tutoring and test prep in the Bay Area, was so impressed with ...
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