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Tags: Spanish

Tue, 03/14/2023 - 9:07am
Disabling Environments: Epidemic Productivity and the Climate of Extinction in Davi Kopenawa and Bruce Albert's The Falling Sky Dr. Mark Anderson Associate Professor of Spanish
Wed, 11/23/2022 - 12:10pm
Natalie Navarrete, a triple major in Spanish, Russian, and International Affairs, and a minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies, was recently named a 2023 Rhodes Scholar. Natalie is currently completing a national security-focused scholarship in Kazakhstan as a Boren Scholar. She spoke with Dr. Tim Gupton, Associate Professor of Spanish Linguistics, about the value of her language studies at UGA (full video below): ...All of the language…
Thu, 11/03/2022 - 10:15am
Caitlin Samples (PhD student, Hispanic Linguistics) was awarded a grant for her project “The Acquisition of the Uses and Meanings of Possessive Structures in Second and Heritage Languages”. The award will fund dissertation research in Querétaro, Mexico on L1 Spanish-L2 English speakers’ use of possessive structures at the interfaces. Eliot Westdorp (PhD student, Hispanic Linguistics) was awarded a grant for his project "A Loss of Full Seseo: An…
Thu, 11/03/2022 - 9:31am
People from all departments are welcome at this event. Please, feel free to share this info and the flyer with your students.  1. TALK on Wednesday, November 9, 4:00-5:00 pm, Gilbert Hall 113 "Rules that work: a verber/verbed fragment of a grammar of Spanish" This talk, meant for language students and instructors as well as linguists, will show that rules of language are easier to state, understand, retain, and apply if stated in terms of the …
Fri, 10/21/2022 - 3:04pm
Discussion moderated by Dr. Jorge García-Granados, UGA Department of Romance Languages (hybrid format) Trilce, by César Vallejo, was released in October of 1922, a century ago. It was a poetic work without precedent in Spanish. This conversation will feature Dr. Carlos Villacorta, Associate Professor Spanish and Chair of Modern Languages and Classics, University of Maine (via Zoom) and our own Dr. Luis Correa Díaz and Dr. Nicolás Lucero (in 116…
Thu, 10/06/2022 - 11:54am
Distinguished Lecturer, supported by Willson Center for Humanities & Arts and the Department of Romance Languages. Open to the public. All are invited to attend.
Fri, 09/02/2022 - 1:00pm
Come join fellow students for cookies and refreshments in a celebration of our ROML undergraduates! Stop by our tent on Herty Field on your way to class between 11-1 Monday or Tuesday.  Are you a Spanish, French, Italian, or Portuguese minor or just interested in these programs? Come chat with us about various ways you can jump from a minor to a major with just a few more classes. Already a Spanish, French, or Romance Languages major? Come hear…
Sat, 07/16/2022 - 12:28am
Enhorabuena and Parabéns to University of Georgia's newest PhD in Romance Linguistics, Dr. María Morado-Vázquez, on the successful defense of her dissertation, "La adquisición del orden sujeto-verbo en la intransitividad y la interfaz sintaxis-discurso: Un estudio sobre la entrada lingüística dirigida al estudiante"
Fri, 04/08/2022 - 10:23am
Interdisciplinary International Conference with Keynote Speakers: Elizabeth Jelin, Pilar Calveiro & Fernando Reati Program with session information, event times and locations
Mon, 03/28/2022 - 4:11pm
The idea of cinema as an art is one born of cinephilia. While the term simply means “love of cinema,” cinephilia sets itself apart from the average film fan’s love of stars, spectacle, and popular genres, seeking out more challenging and complex pleasures. Like the art cinema it promotes, cinephilia has long been viewed as a mostly Euro-American phenomenon, a perception that has obscured rich traditions of film appreciation in Africa, Asia, and…

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