SPAN 3770, Cultures of Memory and Postmemory in Contemporary Chile, is now accepting students. This course will explore artifacts and movements of Chile’s cultural memory—literature, criticism, film, photography, and other media—that illuminate efforts to come to terms with the country’s dictatorial past. We will also discuss these artifacts in light of the idea of “postmemory”: […]
Please join us for this talk by Cecily Raynor of McGill University at 4:00 pm on Monday, November 19: “Digital Transhispania: Reading and Writing Towards Other Worlds.” Dr. Raynor has been doing groundbreaking work on the digital humanities in the Spanish-speaking and Lusophone worlds, and will speak to us about her research on cultural formation and communities […]
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Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Grey who has recently been awarded a Language Learning Early Career Research Grant (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291467-9922/homepage/grant_programs.htm). This grant will provide her funding for her project: “Electrophysiology of late-learned language: A within-subjects view” and help fund a team of undergraduate Research Assistants at Fordham University who will be trained on experiment design and data collection […]