Dr. Laura Rubio engages in a dialogue with Helene Colinet, uncovering profound insights in an enlightening podcast now available on various platforms, including Spotify. Dr. Rubio, UA’s Spanish Basic Language
On Tuesday, December 12th, Dr. Granja will be giving the inaugural keynote speech at a literary symposium organized by the Universidad de Murcia and two literary journals, ARTYHUM and Monteagudo.
Vanessa Lent, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, is a graduate student in Spanish literature and graduate instructor of record in the 100-200 level of Spanish. A 2022 summa cum laude UA
Iñigo Parra has been accepted to present his work “Do You Speak Basquenglish? Assessing Low-resource Multilingual Proficiency of Pretrained Language Models” at this year’s workshop in Widening Natural Language Processing
On the weekend of November 9th-11th, four current graduate students of Spanish and one former student presented at multiple conferences. Alejandro Botia and Russell Galloway presented at this year’s meeting
On Tuesday, Oct. 31st, Drs. Cipria and O’Rourke presented their research on the Linguistic Landscape in Tuscaloosa at the Faculty Research Showcase.
Sarah Valentín presented her latest work, “Potencialidades y límites de Carmen y Lola como herramienta pedagógica de un feminismo queer e interseccional,” at the Oct. 20-21st International Conference of Hispanic Women
Drs. O’Rourke and Cipria presented “Comparing discursive spaces: the analysis of Spanish linguistic landscapes in Alabama at the LASSO (Linguistic Association of the Southwest) conference at the University of Colorado-Denver,