Past Events

PAST EVENTS:

Friday, April 25th, 5:30PM

 

"Early Modern Hispanic Studies Today" Featuring papers presented by Elvira Vilches and Miguel Martínez with comments by Laura Bass. The lecture will be held in the Rochambeau House Library located at 84 Prospect Street, 7:15PM Tapas reception.

Conversatorio: Thursday, April 17, 2014

The Department of Hispanic Studies and the Saloman Grant present -  "In Circulation: Hisotries of Photography in Spain" Noon (12:00PM), Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

The Department of Hispanic Studies -  THE FICTION IN HISTORY: READING CARLOS FUENTES A colloquium of Hispanic Studies concentrators Elizabeth Lienfield, Juan Diego Mariátegui, Carolina Ramirez,Hannah Rice, And Daniela Rojas 5:30-7:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

The Department of Hispanic Studies and the Transatlantic project present - Una Jornada de Literatura Chilena
 (Antes de y después de Roberto Bolaño) Rodrigo Cánovas, Pablo Chiuminatto, Cristián Opazo y Mike Wilson
5:30-7:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

The Department of Hispanic Studies presents - Kelley Kreitz: "Revolutionary News: The Hemispheric Alternatives of the Crónica Modernista" 5:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street, reception to follow.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

The Department of Hispanic Studies presents - Maria de la Cruz de Fatima Castro Ricalde: "Guadalupe Nettel y las otras historias sobre la violencia" 5:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street (lecture to be held in Spanish).

Thursday, January 30, 2014

The Department of Hispanic Studies presents - Elizabeth Wright: “Race and Religion on the Front Line: Juan Latino’s Epic of the Battle of Lepanto” 5:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street (reception to follow).

Conversatorio: Wedensday, October 9, 2013:

Professor Arturo Fontaine Soy una pregunta para ti/I'm a question for you.  5:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street (reception to follow). 

Wedensday, October 9, 2013

The Department of Hispanic Studies presents:
Professor Victor Golgel-Carballo The Fleeting, the Original, the Monstrous: Early Nineteenth-Century Latin American Media and Modernization” 5:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street (reception to follow). 

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

The Department of Hispanic Studies presents: Professor Sarah Ann Wells “Serial Logic in the Fiction of Felisberto Hernández” 5:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street (reception to follow).