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Erin Riddle, graduate fellow in comparative literature, will present “Translating Rigoberta Menchú and (Re)constructing the Story of All Poor Guatemalans” at noon, Wednesday, April 25, in the IASH Conference Room (LN-1106). The book “Me llamo Rigoberta Menchú y así me … Continue reading
Visual artist and arts educator Diana Solís will speak on “Latina Women Artists in the Mural Movement: Chicago and San Francisco” from 7-9 p.m. today, April 17, in FA-213. Solís is a visual artist, illustrator and art educator who lives … Continue reading
Check out this great audio interview with Juan Gonzales, Professor Felix Gutierrez, and Sandip Roy on the history of Latino journalism in the United States. Juan Gonzales points to El Misisipi as the first Latino newspaper, published in September 1808 … Continue reading
The Translation Research and Instruction Program (TRIP) will hold its first annual Translation Festival June 20-21, at the Binghamton University Downtown Center. For more information, e-mail Reham Alhossary at email@example.com.
The newly established Lois B. DeFleur International Innovation Fund has launched its first round of competition for grants, in the amount of $2,000 to $5,000, to be awarded to any member of the University community (faculty, staff, or students) before … Continue reading
With a theme “Translation: Empowerment, Employment, Enjoyment” Binghamton University’s Translation Research and Instruction Program (TRIP) invites translators to celebrate the University’s new downtown campus, the College of Community and Professional Affairs, at a festival June 20 and 21, 2008. TRIP … Continue reading
Binghamton University has just subscribed to the Chicano Database, the premier database of Latino/a Studies. Despite its misleading title, the Chicano Database includes citations about all Latino populations in the U.S., including Puerto Ricans, Dominicans, Mexican-Americans, Cuban Americans, and Central … Continue reading
Argentine poet, Juan Gelman has won the most prestigious literary prize of the Spanish-speaking world, the Premio Cervantes. The Libraries have many works by Gelman, both in Spanish and in English. For a sampling from infoLINK, the library catalog, see … Continue reading
Earlier this month, the United States passed a free trade agreement with Peru. The Libraries’ have significant holdings on the topic of free trade and globalization in Latin America. Selected Holdings on Free Trade & Globalization in Peru Mitchell, William … Continue reading
The Libraries’ are currently trialing the Oxford Language Dictionaries Online, which offers online access to Spanish, French, German, and Italian dictionaries.