The Vices of Wicked Women
September 16, 2013
Professor Eric W. Naylor, William R. Kenan Professor of Spanish, Emeritus, just published a new book titled The Archpriest of Talavera by Alonso Martínez de Toledo: Dealing with the Vices of Wicked Women and the Complexions of Men. He edited the book with Prof. Jerry R. Rank.
Essay by Professor Sandlin Published
June 10, 2013
Professor Sandlin recently published an essay titled, "Haunting mothers: alternative modes of communication in Geographies of Home and Soledad" in a volume published by the University of Delaware Press (2013): The Ghostly and the Ghosted in Literature and Film: Spectral Identities. Sandlin's essay discusses two contemporary Dominican American novels (Geographies of Home, by Loida Maritza Pérez and Soledad by Angie Cruz) and the ways in which the "spectral" mother characters teach their daughters about identity, empowerment, and survival.
Spanish Honor Students Inducted
April 16, 2013
On April 9th, ten new student members and two honorary faculty members were inducted into Sewanee's Kappa Chapter of the National Spanish Honors Society, Sigma Delta Pi.
Semester In Spain Update
March 29, 2013
Professor Sánchez is traveling with students studying for a semester in Spain.
Here is another sample of what the students have been experiencing!
Students Travel to Atlanta for “Passion, Politics, and Painting”
February 25, 2013
Professor Sandlin's Spanish 350 class (Latin American Cultural Icons) traveled to Atlanta on February 23rd to see the exhibit, ,"Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics, and Painting." They also listened to a talk by guest curator, Eliot King (Assistant Professor at Washington & Lee University).
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