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Cuba After Castro: A Conversation with Lanie Millar

Lanie Millar is an assistant professor in the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Oregon. While at the Library of Congress on a Kluge Fellowship, she is doing research for her book manuscript on post-revolutionary literature from Cuba and Angola. Her project is titled, “Cuba and ...

Peacejam Conference Centers on Costa Rica

On February 16, 6-8:00 pm in the Mills International Center, (M102 Erb Memorial Union at the UO), Sociology Professor Michael Dreiling will screen his award winning documentary, A Bold Peace, on the impact of Costa Rica’s radical choice of national disarmament. President Oscar Arias is ...

Moore on the invention of graphic rhetoric

Associate Professor of French Fabienne Moore was awarded a 2017 College of Arts Summer Stipend fellowship for the Humanities and Creative Arts to work on a new project, titled “Gustave Doré’s Histoire de la Sainte Russie (1854): The Invention of Graphic Rhetoric or the Artist At War.” Back in ...

Wacks on Translation in Sephardic Diaspora

Francisco López de Gómara’s note to his potential translators Professor of Spanish David Wacks has published “Translation in Diaspora: Sephardic Spanish-Hebrew Translations in the Sixteenth Century” in A Comparative History of Literatures in the Iberian Peninsula, vol. 2. (ed. César ...

Alumna Barbara Zaczek, Ph.D. in Comparative Literature

Barbara Zaczek, Professor Emerita of Italian, Department of Languages, Clemson, University, Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, University of Oregon, 1992 Email: bzaczek@clemson.edu Since coming to the Department of Languages at Clemson University in 1993, Barbara Zaczek was instrumental in creating a ...

Welcome Alumni and Friends!

Welcome! Bienvenue! Bienvenid@s! Benvenuti! Bem-vindos!

We always want to hear your stories! Please send us your news, and tell us about your activities in our Department Newsletter or on this website. Check out our new section My mentor… We will be happy to feature you on our webpage or ...

LALISA Conference: April 13-15

Program for LALISA and Conference registration available here! CALL FOR PAPERS: 2nd LALISA CONFERENCE: April 13-15 2017 (already closed) From Catalonia to California, Cuba, Chile, to all the many areas impacted by the long Iberian expansion that started in the 15th century, the foundational ...

Poetry takes Jesús Sepúlveda to South Africa

Sylt Foundation Invites Jesús Sepúlveda to South Africa

Chilean poet and senior instructor Jesús Sepúlveda just returned from a three-week writer’s residency in Johannesburg where he met South African writers, poets, and artists. Renowned poet Vonani Bila and Jesús Sepúlveda Sponsored by ...

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS- RL Scholarships

The Department of Romance Languages now accepting applications for RL scholarships!!! RL scholarships are open to current UO undergraduate and graduate students in the Romance Languages Department. Undergraduate students must be declared majors or minors in the Romance Languages Department at the ...

Nicoletta Pazzaglia (Ph.D. in RL, 2014)

My name is Nicoletta Pazzaglia and I am a former student at the University of Oregon. I received my Ph.D in Romance Languages in December 2014 with a dissertation titled Madness Apparatus: Gender Politics, Art and the Asylum in Fin-de- Siècle Italy. I am currently a second year Visiting Assistant ...
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