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Publications by Department Faculty


Shipwreck in the Early Modern Hispanic World

Edited by Carrie L. Ruiz, Elena Rodríguez-Guridi


#ThanksFor(Not)Typing Richard: Misogyny, "Himpathy" and La tesis de Nancy in the #MeToo Era

Diana Norton in Ámbitos feministas

Official News

Past Events


Block 5

Thursday, February 10th, 2022, 3:00 pm “Musuq Illa: Expressions of Movement, Meditation, and Freedom in Contemporary Quechua Poetry” A lecture by Professor Alison Krögel (University of Denver) Cornerstone Screening Room

Thursday, February 10th, 2022, Dr. David Castillo, Professor at SUNY Buffalo, “Humanities to the Rescue! Cervantine Lessons to Survive the Disinformation Age”: Watch Recording Here

Block 6

March 3 @ 2pm - Max Kade Theater - Documentary Tambores de Agua (2009) and talk with dancer and researcher Tatiana Gómez

March 10


March 14


Block 7

Where: Cossit Gym, When: April 1 6:30-8:30PM Introduction to Mambo; April 2 10:00-12:00 Partner Work, 1:00-3:00 Emphasis on Afro-inspired Mambo, Who: Lawrence Garcia is a nationally recognized instructor based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is trained extensively in Salsa, Mambo, Afro-Cuban, and Rumba and has taught classes locally for over 10 years. Lawrence also is one of the organizers for the Phoenix Salsa Bachata Congress, a planner for local Latin events, and deejays for several Latin nights across the valley.


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