Assessing Hispanic Studies

hispanic transatlantic studies

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 »

Latino faculty-student engagements


Members of the university’s faculty and staff possessing Latino heritage or maintaining Latino interests will sit down with members of the university’s student body to discuss their common experiences and challenges over an authentic Hispanic meal at the first-ever Latino Student/Faculty Dinner. The dinner will provide students with an unique opportunity to network with the university’s faculty, […] Read more »

Las Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo

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The Latin American and Latino Studies Program and the Documentary Film Program will host a screening of the award winning documentary film, “Las Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo,” on Tuesday, April 10th at 7 P.M. in Carswell Hall’s Annenberg Forum. A discussion with the film’s directors will follow. The film, […] Read more »

Las Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo

Tue, April 10, 7pm – 9pm Wake Forest University: Carswell Hall, Annenberg Forum The Latin American and Latino Studies Program will join forces with Documentary Film Program to host a film screening of “Las Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo,” a sixty minute film produced by media professionals at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Journalism […] Read more »