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Epple publishes second volume of microstories based on Don Quijote

Professor Emeritus of Spanish Juan Armando Epple, has published Microquijotes 2 (New York: The Northamerican Academy of the Spanish Language/Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Espanola, 2016). This anthology includes Spanish short-short fictions based on Don Quixote, with an introduction ...
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Costales presents bilingual children’s books at Canby Public Library

Through funding from the American Library Association (ALA) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Canby Public Library is one of four Oregon Libraries to present an extensive program exploring Latino experiences in the United States. On Thursday, February 25 at 6:30 pm, bilingual ...
Chilean poet Jesús Sepúlveda and Balinese poet Samar Gantang

Jesús Sepúlveda reads at International Festival in Bali, Indonesia

Chilean poet Jesús Sepúlveda and Balinese poet Samar Gantang Between November 26th and December 1st 2015, ten poets were invited to participate in the Tabanan International Poetry Festival in Bali, Indonesia. Poet and Senior Instructor of Spanish Composition, Creative Writing and Poetry, Jesús ...
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Wacks wins National Jewish Book Award

Professor of Spanish David Wacks has been selected to receive the National Jewish Book Award in the category of Sephardic Culture for his 2015 book publication, Double Diaspora in Sephardic Literature: Jewish Cultural Production Before and After 1492 (Indiana University Press). From the ...
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Herrmann Awarded NEH Fellowship for book project on Spanish Civil War

Associate Professor of Spanish Gina Herrmann has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for her book project, Voices of the Vanquished: Spanish Women on the Left between Franco and Hitler. Voices of the Vanquished is a book about Spanish and Catalan women’s oral histories ...

Faculty Interview: Harinder Khalsa

What was your path to the University of Oregon? I was born in Ankara, Turkey. After the first year of college I moved to Istanbul where I continued to my studies in Italian Language and Literature. While I was in college I started taking classes at the Istituto italiano di cultura. Many European ...
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Wacks writes on Spanish romance of conversion

Professor of Spanish David Wacks has published “Romance, Conversion, and Internal Orientalism in Crónica de Flores y Blancaflor (ca. 1290)” in Narrative Culture 2.2 (270-288). A Self-archived postprint is available at http://hdl.handle.net/1794/19479 Crónica de Flores y Blancaflor is ...
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Global Perspectives on the November 13 Terrorist Attacks in Paris

Our Department Co-sponsored an open discussion on global terror networks, imperialism, states of exception and increased militarization with a selected group of experts and a lively participation from the public. Thursday, December 3, EMU Ballroom, 12-2pm Speakers: Cory Browning (RL), Angela ...
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Faculty Interview: Dr. Patrick Moneyang

Step into Instructor of French and Supervisor of Second-Year French Dr. Patrick Moneyang’s office in just inside the door of Friendly Hall and you’ll be greeted by a vibrant personality backlit by the gentle natural light of neighboring 13th avenue. For Moneyang, teaching at the University of ...
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Solidarity with the victims of Paris attacks

The Department of Romance Languages expresses its solidarity with the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris. Terrorists make us all victims by creating panic and havoc, but our solidarity, resilience, and demonstration of human love in the face of such cruelty will heal the wounds and plant the ...
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