Infante's translation named one of Entropy's best poetry books of 2020–21

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Entropy named Ignacio Infante and Michael Leong’s new translation of a major Latin American avant-garde book-length poem by Vincente Huidobro one of the best poetry books of 2020–21.

Andia Augustin-Billy, PhD WashU French Alumna, is Centenary College's first Tenured Black Faculty Member

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Andia Augustin-Billy, PhD WashU French Alumna, is Centenary College's first Tenured Black Faculty Member.

Faculty Employment Opportunity: Latinx Performance Studies Position

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The Performing Arts Department (PAD) and RLL invite applications for an Associate or Full Professor in the area of Latinx Performance Studies.

The humanities: A beating heart of scholarship

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Ignacio Sánchez Prado, the Jarvis Thurston and Mona Van Duyn Professor in the Humanities, writes about the value of the humanities.

Language Teaching Fair brings together a world of language instruction

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A recent conference invited language instructors from across Arts & Sciences to discuss challenges and opportunities unique to the foreign language classroom.

France for Pre-Med in Nice program awarded Transatlantic Mobility Program grant

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The grant will provide scholarships for the five-week exchange program between Washington University and Pasteur Hospital in Nice.

RLL Graduate Students Summer Fellowships with The Divided City

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Congratulations to our RLL graduate students on their Graduate Summer Research Fellowship with the Divided City.

Published article by Soledad Mocchi-Radichi, a Ph.D. candidate in our Hispanic Studies program

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Soledad Mocchi-Radichi, a Ph.D. candidate in our Hispanic Studies program publishes an article in the journal, Latin American Theatre Review.

Prof. Acree featured on podcast about his book, Staging Frontiers: the making of modern popular culture in Argentina and Uruguay

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Prof. Acree featured on podcast about his book, Staging Frontiers. The Making of Modern Popular Culture in Argentina and Uruguay.

Majority-Minority Myths

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Weidenbaum Center Faculty Research Fellow Jake Rosenfeld authors article in Dissent Magazine

Professor Acree serving as faculty marshal in Spring 2021 graduate school commencement

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Professor Acree will be a faculty marshal at graduate school commencement.

Prof. Moraña publishes two new books: Pensar el cuerpo Historia, materialidad y símbolo and Líneas de fuga ciudadanía, frontera y sujeto migrante

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Two new publications by Prof. Moraña, Professor of Spanish and Program Director of Latin American Studies and William H. Gass Professor in Arts and Sciences