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Journeying to the heart of Cuba

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The Latin American and Latino Studies Program at Wake Forest University is pleased to announce that it will kick off the fall semester of the 2012-2013 academic year with a lecture by Carlos Alberto Montaner, an internationally recognized Cuban journalist and scholar, on Friday, September 7th at 10:30 a.m. in the Screening Room of Greene [...] Read more »

The academic year in review

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As exams near and as the Spring semester comes to a close, we look back on the year and highlight some the biggest and most important stories for the Latin American and Latino Studies Program: The second group of participants on Wake Forest’s brand new, semester-long study abroad program in Latin America’s Southern Cone [...] Read more »

Exploring the Southern Cone

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Students participating in this year’s Southern Cone Program update it’s Facebook and Twitter pages with pictures and stories regularly. Track their progress and read about their experiences by liking the /WFUSoCo page or following the @WFUSoCo page. The Southern Cone Program, a semester-long study abroad program in Chile and Argentina, was launched in the spring [...] Read more »

Assessing Hispanic Studies

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In recent years, transatlantic approaches to cultural production have gained increasing prominence within academic fields ranging from history and geography to literary studies. Transatlantic perspectives have encouraged fruitful scholarly exchanges among literary critics, historians, linguists, geographers, sociologists, and anthropologists. In particular, a growing number of prominent scholars of Peninsular Spanish and Latin American literature and [...] Read more »

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