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Spanish, Latina/o and Latin American Studies
Embracing an interdisciplinary study of language, cultures, histories and political realities
Through the lenses of social history, politics and literary, film and media studies, we seek to understand the past, current state, and emerging realities of the cultures of Latin America, Spain, the Caribbean, and the Latina/o heritage populations within the United States; and their relations with each other and with the wider world.
Through co-curricular activities (e.g. film series, lectures, the mesa de español) we engage with the larger college community. The department also encourages off-campus study and research through study abroad, internships, or and the connections between our faculty members and the large nearby Latina/o communities.
A community of Faculty, Students, Staff, Language Assistants, and Student Organizations.
Read about the innovative ways faculty are integrating experiential learning and other opportunities into their courses.
Explore majors, minors and teacher licensure in Spanish, Latina/o, and Latin American Studies or immerse yourself in language learning by joining the Spanish Language Living Learning Community.
Working alongside Latino communities locally and across the globe, in partnership with Community Based LearningIng, International Internships, and Study Abroad programs, equips students to lead with confidence.
Independent student research and theses, research grants, student projects, and faculty research and publications.
Find your Career Paths through Internships, E-Portfolios, Graduate School.
Learn how alumnae have used their coursework and language skills in a variety of settings and parts of the world.
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