• Current Chair Prof. Karen Stolley and Chair Emeritus Dr. Carlos Rojas

  • Salamanca Street Art

  • Bahia, Brazil

  • El oso y el madroño in Puerta del Sol de Madrid

  • Prof. Lisa Dillman spoke at the Decatur Book Festival with Spanish author Andrés Barba, about Rain Over Madrid, his latest book, which Dillman translated

Announcements

“Mapping Memory” graduate seminar selected as creative course with a “cool factor” by Emory Report.

Spanish Major Wins 2nd Place in Business Language Case Competition

Ethics and Servant Leadership (EASL) Forum information and application

Latino Student Organization Leadership Development Scholarship Application

Created in 2014, the Latino Student Organization Leadership Development Scholarship is a $1,000 grant awarded to 1 outstanding Hispanic/Latino(a) member of Emory College’s incoming freshman class. By creating this scholarship, LSO seeks to alleviate the financial burden of an incoming, enrolled Hispanic/Latino(a) student each year, facilitate his/her entry into the Emory community, and enrich his/her academic experience. The recipient of this award is an individual that the Latino Student Organization at Emory will entrust to advocate for diversity at Emory’s campus.

Welcome

Welcome/Bienvenidos/Bem-vindos to the Department of Spanish and Portuguese

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is committed to interdisciplinary teaching and research, expanding the notion of primary evidence for our field beyond canonical notions defined by geography and nation-state to instead embrace the global and interconnected life of the Iberian peninsula and its diasporic reach across time and place and in partnership with other departments, programs, and schools at Emory. In our research and teaching we study a diverse set of texts and discourses across genres and media—literature, film, essays, political discourse, journalism, new social media, popular print and online culture. We prepare students – in Spanish and Portuguese -- for a broad and cross-cutting application of critical skills to global issues related to Ibero-American culture and discourse.

Why Study Language?

Why Study Language?

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