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Jun 30, 2022
  Sarah Prodan, Assistant Professor of French and Italian addressed the graduates at the DLCL 2022 Commencement on Sunday, June 12, 2022 at Dinkelspiel Auditorium with the following speech: "Hello, and a warm congratulations to our graduates! My name is Sarah Prodan, and I am a faculty member in the Department of French and Italian. It is my pleasure and my honor to speak to you on behalf of the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages. In preparing for today, I contemplated many different addresses. Some of them humorous. One of them titled “Of Unicorns”:  not the...
Nov 16, 2020
During Autumn Quarter, the Department of Iberian and Latin American Cultures invited back six graduate alumni to give brief talks over Zoom about their career paths after earning a Ph.D. from the Department.         For our first of a two-part series of panel discussions, we heard from three ILAC alumni who pursued careers in academia.   Anna Castillo, who is currently Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of Spanish at Vanderbilt University, emphasized her passion for teaching, and she shared examples of how she took advantage of teaching opportunities at...
Jun 11, 2020
Cécile Alduy, Professor of French Literature and Culture and Chair of the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, recently wrote an article for The Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University regarding gender and the COVID-19 pandemic. The article, "The Elephant in the Room is a Homeschooled Toddler (and Sometimes Three)" was published by The Clayman Institute on June 4, 2020.
Jun 05, 2020
It is with utter pain, rage and disgust at the abhorrent murder of George Floyd and the countless other victims of racism and targeted police violence that precede it that I write in the name of the DLCL community.   The DLCL stands in solidarity and compassion with all the communities that are hurt, threatened, unsafe, discriminated against just because they were born one color, rather than another, in one family instead of another, or, since racism goes hand in hand with misogyny, homophobia and other kinds of despicable bigotry, because of their sex, gender, origin, nationality, age...
May 19, 2016
Please join us in congratulating Stanford Lecturer Vivian Brates, whose work in community engagement has been awarded a Stanford Community Partnership Award.  Read the full article HERE.
Mar 12, 2014
The department of Iberian and Latin American Cultures is proud to announce that two graduate students, Tom Winterbottom and Samuel Gibson, will be joining Professor Jorge Ruffinelli in Guadalajara, México on March 20th and 21st for the Fifth International Colloquium of Contemporary Ibero-American Cinema. The colloquium, titled: “From Cinematographic Culture to Screen Culture: Narrative, Technological, and Consumer Keys in the New Audiovisual Landscape.” This year Professor Ruffinelli will begin the conference with a discussion titled “From the Big Screen to Youtube, From Youtube to the Big...