Cecilia Mafla-Bustamante, Professor of Spanish in the Department of Languages and Cultures, has published the article: “El ritmo de los sueños rotos: Un análisis de la experiencia migratoria en ‘¿Te acuerdas, Ñata?’ de Raúl Pérez Torres.” América: Revista del Grupo América 124 (2013): 135-144. The translation of the first part of the title of this article is “The rhythm of […]
Cecilia Mafla-Bustamante, Languages and Cultures, has been invited to join the Grupo América Ecuador, a literary organization in Ecuador. She also recently presented a paper to this organization, based on a publication she has submitted to its journal. The organization is comprised of writers, intellectuals and diplomats in Ecuador.
Andrea Estling, Languages and Cultures, will be talking about Latinos in the USA based on the novel Casi una mujer (Almost a Woman) by Esmeralda Santiago today at 5 p.m. in MacLean 274. In the novel, the main character shows the process of transculturation, a process that ends with a hybrid identity. This can be observed by two primary factors, […]
Today from 3 – 5 p.m. in the lounge area by MacLean 273, the Department of Languages and Cultures will be having an Open House for anyone interested in a major or minor in Spanish, Teaching English as a Second Language, or East Asian studies. Cultural refreshments will be served.
Cecilia Mafla-Bustamante, Professor of Spanish in the Department of Languages and Cultures, has published the following literary translation from Spanish into English: “It’s not Love that Dies” by Lucrecia Maldonado. K1N The Four Americas Rewritten. Issue 3. 2013.04. U of Ottawa. The translation can be found at the links below: http://k1nlitra.ca/k1n/index.php http://k1nlitra.ca/k1n/article.php?opt=7&i=NDg=&i2=NQ==