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    Mining Memory in Peru

    Prof. Tierney-Tello’s new book examines Peruvian childhood narratives and their cultural roles. More »
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    Introducing the Student Organization of Hispanics and Latinos

    One of the newest additions to Wheaton's Theme House Program, SOHL House was created by students of varying backgrounds to provide a space for sharing and taking part in Hispanic and Latino culture. More »
  • Prof. Montserrat Pérez-Toribio wins Whiting Fellowship

    Wheaton College professor Montserrat Pérez-Toribio has received a fellowship from the Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation to fund travel and research that will facilitate the creation of a new course and extend her scholarship. Pérez-Toribio, whose research interest includes late medieval, 16th and 17th century Spanish literature, will spend time in Brussels and Leuven, Belgium, […] More »
  • Professor Lectures at Amherst College

    Hispanic Studies Professor Francisco Fernandez de Alba invited lecture at Amherst College deals with the abuse of heroin in Madrid during the eighties, the explanations and conspiracies theories about such use and proposes a new way to read the massive use of this drug during this recent period of Spanish history. More »
  • Prize-winning pedagogy Prof. Ledezma wins “multimedia prize” from regional Latin American scholars conference

    Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies Domingo Ledezma was honored recently by the New England Council of Latin American Studies (NECLAS) for developing a digital publication on colonial Mexico that employs a combination of text, images and video. The ebook “Colonial Mexico” written and edited by Professor Ledezma was awarded the conference’s “Best Multimedia” prize for the way […] More »
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    Going Places - Alexis Nieves ’14

    Bringing his interest in politics and economics to his work, Alexis Nieves plans to study education reform and international affairs in Brazil with his Fulbright. More »
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    Going Places - Bailey McWilliams ’14

    As a Fulbright recipient, Bailey McWilliams will use her background in Hispanic Studies and International Relations to teach English in Venezuela. More »
  • Publications, honors, and creative works

    Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies Francisco de Alba authors chapter in essay collection More »
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    Developing opportunities

    Molly Skaltsis '13 wins an award for her Peruvian development effort. More »
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    Traveling scholars

    Alexis Nieves '14 wins Gilman award to study in Spain. More »