Department of Hispanic Languages & Literature Introduction

Our undergraduate and graduate programs are designed to serve a broad constituency of students with courses devoted to the language, linguistics, and literary and visual cultures of Spain, Latin America and Latino communities in the United States. More here.   


Congratulations to our Daniela Flesler who was granted a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship. More.


FALL 2017 courses


 

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Fish of the Sea, Fray Bernardino de Sahagún and Nahua artists, Historia general de las cosas de Nueva España, c. 1570. Florentine Codex, fol 214 v,


 

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SPRING 2017

Dinámicas Culturales de la Cuba de Hoy

Conference on novelist Leonardo Padura

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May 4, 1 pm
Melville Library N3060
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Conference by Equatorial Guinean-Spanish writer and journalist

Donato Ndongo Biyogo

Introduction by Prof. Benita Sampedro (Hofstra Univ.)

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April 27th, 3 pm in
Melville Library N3060
Free and open to the public

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GRUPO DE LECTURA

H. Lefebvre, Critique de la vie quotidienne

Martes 4 de mayo, 2017, 11.30-12.45
contact: Prof. Aurélie Vialette

More info on more meetings


CAFÉ LATINO spring 2017

All Wed 1 to 2 pm (starting Feb 8)
in our Department (Melville Library N3021)

Spanish Conversation and free café

Open to all students, all levels of Spanish
Se les invita un rico cafecito y a conversar sobre la vida.


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Image from Colonial Mexico.
Nexahualpili, Lord of Texcoco (1472-1515)
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