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Lisa Yang '17 and Aida Shadrav '17
Lisa Yang ’17, Aida Shadrav ’17 Awarded Gilman Scholarships

Lisa Yang ’17 and Aida Shadrav ’17 have been awarded Gilman International Scholarship Program awards for undergraduate study abroad. Yang plans to study in China through the Associated Colleges in China (ACC) program this summer and Shadrav will study in Spain this fall through the Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain.  More ...

Maria Willstedt
Willstedt Presents on Spanish Medievalism

Maria Willstedt, assistant professor of Hispanic studies, presented "Martin Sarmiento: A Medievalist at the Court of the Spanish Bourbon Kings," at the 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies, held May 14-17 at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo.  More ...

Hamilton students have been volunteering teaching Spanish at Clinton elementary for three years.
Eighteen Hamilton Students Teach Spanish at Clinton Elementary

This past semester, 18 Hamilton students taught Spanish to students at Clinton Elementary School. These Hamilton students attended a two-day training workshop prior to beginning the program to learn about teaching methods and share ideas for activities. The program began on February 9 and continued until the end of April.   More ...

Meg Alexander '15
Margaret Alexander ’15 Awarded Fulbright ETA to Malaysia

Margaret “Meg” Alexander ’15 has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Malaysia. A world politics and Hispanic studies major, she studied in Madrid through Hamilton’s Program in Spain in spring 2014.  More ...

Joana Sabadell-Nieto
Sabadell-Nieto Lectures in Warsaw

Joana Sabadell-Nieto, professor of Hispanic studies and director of Hamilton’s Academic Year in Spain, delivered a plenary lecture titled “Transitional Discourses, Impossible Selfies” at the XV Conference of the International Institute of Sociocriticism: Literature, Community, Memory.  More ...

Maria Willstedt
Willstedt Presents on Translation and Globalization

Maria Willstedt, assistant professor of Hispanic studes, presented "From Castilian to Spanish to Spanglish: A Historical Example of Translation vs. Globalization," at the interdisciplinary symposium Translation versus Globalization, held Feb. 20-21 at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.  More ...

Faculty and students take dance lessons with Roberto Luis Pérez from the group La familia de la salsa in Syracuse.
Hispanic Studies Hosts Senior Dinner

Honoring a department tradition, Hamilton’s 22 Hispanic studies majors and their eight professors came together for a dinner party in Spencer House on Feb. 6 to celebrate their senior year.  More ...

Hamilton students taught Spanish to Clinton elementary school students this semester.
Hispanic Studies Class Teaches at Clinton Elementary

For the third year, Hamilton students taught Spanish to children in grades K-5 at Clinton Elementary School. The students taught multiple groups of approximately 25 Clinton children during lunch and recess this semester. Teaching Fellow in Hispanic Studies María Gabriela Portal, Elisa MacColl ’16, and Emily Hess ’16 coordinated the project.  More ...

Siri Cosper '16
Siri Cosper ’16 Immersed in Language Learning

In the U.S., having command of more than one language can only help one’s job prospects. However, in many countries this skill is simply a prerequisite for employment. Siri Cosper ’16 is spending the summer teaching English in Madrid interning with the language academy Languages 247.  More ...

María Gabriela Portal was interviewed by a student at IES Nº1 in Argentina.
Portal Presents in Argentina

María Gabriela Portal, teaching fellow in Hispanic studies, was an invited presenter on Aug. 8 at an English Teaching Training College at IES Nº1 in La Quiaca, Jujuy, Argentina.  More ...

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