Summer 19 Graduate Seminars: Spanish in the US and Caribbean Lit
This summer 2019 our Department will be offering two exciting graduate seminars (500 level) for our MA students and any interested graduate student in Spanish, Teaching Programs and related fields. With special permission, seminars are also open to undergrads.
SPN 505 Hispanic Dialectology and Sociolinguistics. Spanish in the United States
Dr. Elena Davidiak . Mon & Weds 5:30-8:30 pm in our Main Campus. May 20 to July 6th.
Early Modern Textuality and Journalism in Spain and South America
On March 14th and 15th 2019, the Dep of Hispanic Languages and Literature hosted a Seminar and a Digital Humanities Lab on early modern news-sheets, pamphlets, relaciones de sucesos and their networks in Europe and South America, between 1650 and 1750. Participants: Prof. Paul Firbas (Stony Brook), Carmen Espejo Cala (Univ de Sevilla), José Antonio Rodríguez Garrido (Univ Católica del Perú); via Skype: Prof. Nieves Pena Sueiro (Univ da Coruña) and Prof. Francisco Baena Sánchez (Univ de Sevilla). More here.
Prof. Joseph Pierce, plenary speaker at MACLAS 2019
Prof. Joseph Pierce gave the plenary lecture at the 39th annual MACLAS conference 2019. Read more.
2019 Brazilian Politics and Culture
Prof. Javier Uriarte organized this February 20th a table with historian Barbara Weinstein (NYU) –former professor at Stony Brook– and anthropologist Rosana Pinhero Machado (Univ Federal Santa Maria, Brazil) to discuss "Right Wing Populism in Brazil". More information and video with Barbara Weinstein on the past and present of corruption in Brazil.
Digital Humanities Conference: Torn Apart/Separados
2019 Graduate Students Conference
Read CfP here
Spanish Club /Club de español
Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month
Next meeting: March 27
1-2pm Hum #1082
Café Latino: Spanish Conversation Group
Every Wednesday, 1-2 Hum Faculty Lounge
Every Wednesday, 1-2pm at SBS S110