Language and Identity Against All Odds: Judeo-Spanish in Istanbul and New York City

Dr. Rey Romero (University of Houston-Downtown) will address the role of language in society and the incidence of sociopolitical contexts in language development and use, with a focus on language shift, language and identity, and language maintenance. Dr. Romero is an Associate Professor of Spanish (Ph.D., Georgetown University) at The University of Houston-Downtown. In addition […]

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Dr. Corbalán’s latest co-edited book, “Todos a movilizarse: Protesta y activismo social en la España del siglo XXI”

Dr. Ana Corbalán completed her latest co-edited (with María José Hellín) book, Todos a movilizarse: Protesta y activismo social en la España del siglo XXI. Published by Anthropos.  https://www.anthropos-editorial.com/DETALLE/TODOS-A-MOVILIZARSE-DA-008 […]

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Spanish Program hosts Spanish Clubs Convention SC18

For many years the Spanish Program has proudly hosted the Spanish Convention, which is organized in conjunction with La Federación de los Círculos del Español de Alabama (FCEA). The Spanish Convention brings together Alabama high school Spanish clubs for a fun day of competitions and events every spring. High school students have the opportunity to see […]

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Thomas Coffman publishes articles on Spanish verb evolution; Snapchat in Education

Congratulations to PhD student Jana Thomas Coffman on two publications appearing in December, 2017: Spanish and Portuguese Review: “The Fall of So, Esto, Do, and Vo and Rise of Soy, Estoy, Doy, and Voy” Journal of the Southern Regional Council of Educational Administration (SRCEA): “Today’s Technology: Using Snapchat to Connect Educators, Learners, and Content” […]

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