We are delighted to announce that on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, PhD Candidate Emy Takada Lang's successfully defended her doctoral dissertation, titled SHAPES OF NIKKEI FEELINGS: TIZUKA YAMASAKI’S... View »
The Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures would like to congratulate the following students for winning the Fall 2020 Consurso de Escritura Panoramas.
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We are delighted to announce that on Monday, 15 February 2021, PhD Candidate César Romero Fernández successfully defended his doctoral dissertation, "Subvirtiendo las masculinidades racializadas:... View »
The University Honors College is proud to welcome students into the 30th cohort of the Brackenridge Fellowship. "A Holistic Evaluation of Pennsylvania’s Language Access Plan."
Ryan Steinly... View »
Russian and Spanish majors Portuguese Minor Future Plans: Army Military Intelligence | U.S. House of Representatives Panoramas Good Neighbors Chile | Future... View »
Pitt campuses remain open, but the University is shifting classes to remote learning approaches, beginning March 23. Please check this site for updates: ... View »
At the 2019 International Interdisciplinary Conference of The Society for Textual Scholarship, Professor Daniel Balderston was awarded the Richard J. Finneran Award, a prize given in recognition... View »
Professor Jerome Branche will be conference convener on April 5 and April 6, 2019. This conference on the Iberian empires and their aftermath will bring a much-needed interdisciplinary focus on... View »
March 26, 2019. We are hosting an International Workshop on Post-Anthropocentrism tailored to advance ways of understanding the relationship between post-anthropocentric... View »
In recognition of Professor John Beverley’s retirement next year, the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures is hosting an international symposium titled, "JOHN BEVERLEY AND THE URGENCY... View »
Professors Jerome Branche, Daniel Balderston, Gonzalo Lamana, and Juan Duchesne-Winter presented papers at "Border Subjects/Global Hispanisms", on November 24-25, 2017. This international... View »
The award is from Student Affairs, the Office of... View »
Hillman Library has become the first U.S. library to own a complete collection of the Biblioteca Punena, a collection of some 200 volumes relating to the cultural history of the Andes.
The... View »
Elizabeth Monasterios, Professor of Latin American Literatures and Andean Studies, has earned international recognition for her book LA VANGUARDIA PLEBEYA DEL TITIKAKA. GAMALIEL CHURATA Y OTRAS... View »