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Spring Speaker Series: Misogyny

  Wednesday, April 24th Fabian Alfie, Professor of Italian, University of Arizona “Many Men Talking with the Same Mouth: The Discourse/s of Misogyny in Medieval Italian Literature.” 3:30-5:00PM, 151 McKENZIE HALL     Wednesday, May 8th Renée-Claude Breitenstein, Associate ...

Crystal Chemris publishes article

Crystal Chemris, Courtesy Assistant Professor of Spanish, has published an essay, “Moriscos, Amerindians and Góngora’s Soledades in Context,” in the journal eHumanista/Conversos.  This essay responds to the French anthropologist Carmen Bernand’s association of the Baroque poet, Luis de ...

ITAL 399 Student-Producers Create Cooking Shows based on Historical Italian Cookbooks

In ITAL 399: Mediterranean Foodways, Assistant Professor of Italian Diana Garvin’s students produced their own cooking shows in Italian. They prepared 19thand 20th recipes for tortellini and minestrone, and explained the historical context that determined ingredient choices and preparation ...

Faculty Profile–Devin Grammon

Devin Grammon joined the Romance Languages faculty as Assistant Professor of Spanish Sociolinguistics in fall, 2018, having earned his PhD at The Ohio State University. Grammon identifies three pillars of his research interests: sociolinguists, language contact, and language learning. His research ...

Eugenia Lollini publishes in Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal

Eugenia Lollini, who graduated with majors in Romance Languages and Anthropology, has published an article, “Before the Spectacle: Shaping Gender and Class in Beirut’s Beauty Salons,” in the Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal’s Winter 2019 issue. Read the article here: ...

Williams launches new course in French for Professional Use

The Francophone World Melanie Williams, Senior Instructor II of French and Head Undergraduate Advisor, has developed an innovative course that she will pilot in Spring 2019. The course, “Français pour le monde professionnel/French for Professional Use” (FR 399) will explore concepts of ...

Grammon named 2019-20 Sustainability Faculty Fellow

Assistant Professor of Spanish Sociolinguistics Devin Grammon has been named a 2019-20 Sustainability Faculty Fellow. The fellowship will aid in the development of Grammon’s combined research and pedagogical project on the linguistic landscape and public use of Spanish in Eugene, focused on ...

UO Queer Film Festival Graduate Student Panel

Following the screening of  the film Bixa Travesty (Brazil, 2018), graduate students in Romance Languages will present work developed during Prof. Mayra Bottaro’s Winter seminar, SPAN 680 “Queer Temporalities and Media Aesthetics”. Biwa Travesty is a documentary about Linn Da ...

Questions in Translation–a symposium

Oregon Center for Translation Studies Inaugural Symposium: Questions in Translation Feb. 21-22, 2019 Keynote:  Friday, Feb 22, 3:30-5:00  Browsing Room, Knight Library “Translation, Advocacy, Friendship” Karen Emmerich, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, Princeton University ...

Prof. Millar Publishes Article on Cuban and Angolan Poetry

Lanie Millar, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, has published an article titled “Luanda in Santiago and Santiago in Luanda: Trans-Atlantic Dimensions in Cuban and Angolan Poetry” in the most recent issue of  MLN (vol. 133, no. 5, December, 2018, pp. 1277-1303). The ...
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