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APR 4, 2014
"Circulation: Texts, Languages, Ideas, Images" Read more
MAR 28, 2014
Universidade de Rio de Janeiro
MAR 26, 2014
PETER BUSH is the award-winning translator of a number of books including Ramón del Valle-Inclan's Tyrant Banderas (for NYRB Classics), Teresa Solana's Crazy Tales of Blood and Guts, Mercè Rodoreda's In Diamond Square and Najat El Hachmi's The Body Hunter. Read more
MAR 21, 2014
Creative Literary Reading from students. Read more
MAR 20, 2014
Juan Pablo Lupi, UC Santa Bárbara
Presentación y Bienvenida:
Prof. Fernando Degiovanni, The Graduate Center, CUNY
MAR 14, 2014
Conference Read more
SEP 7, 2012
Celebrating the publication of Prof. Smith’s new book: Spanish Practices: Literature, Cinema, Television Read more
APR 27, 2012
Lecture Read more