Professor of Spanish Elizabeth Wright and associate professor of French Rachel Gabara of the Romance languages department were awarded $6,000 each for summer stipends, highly competitive grants that provide full-time support for work by a scholar on a humanities project for two months.
Emily Sahakian, an assistant professor in the Romance languages and theatre and film studies departments of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, has developed a reputation as one of the foremost experts of French Caribbean theater and is a leading specialist of Francophone theater.
The University of Georgia’s Laurel Hiatt was one of 59 undergraduates from across the nation to be named a 2018 Truman Scholar, a highly competitive graduate scholarship program for aspiring public service leaders in the U.S.
Class Discussions and Interviews with Josefina Báez
- Undergraduate Student, Graduate Student, and Faculty Discussion
** 2:30-3:30 **
Discussion and interview related to Dominicanish (2000); identity, immigrant experience(s), transnationalism, hybridity, and other topics and questions.
- Graduate Student and Faculty Discussion
** 3:30 - 4:30 **
Class Discussion and Interview with Josefina Báez
Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, and Faculty welcome
Text(s) and topics in focus: Dominicanish, identity, immigrant experience(s), transnationalism, hybridity, and other topics and questions.
“Writing the Self” with Josefina Báez
Graduate Students' "Performance Autology ®" Creative Writing Workshop
A Conversation Moderated by The Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Office
This event is an opportunity for departmental women, faculty, staff, and graduate student, to discuss the realities of harassment and assault experienced in the Academy.
Assistant Professor of Spanish, Director of Graduate Studies
"El Inca Garcilaso y la carrera eclesiástica: autobiografía y limpieza de sangre"
Laura Garrison: "'La Caccia' in Maraini's 'Donna in guerra': A Woman's Hunt after the Vestiges of Masculine Domination"
Zebbie Watson: "Authenticity and Spacializing Agency in 'El Milagro de Anaquillé'"