College of Charleston - Hispanic Studies

College of Charleston - Hispanic Studies

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Greetings!



My name is Noris Rios and I am a doctoral student in counseling psychology at the University of Miami. As part of my dissertation research, I am conducting a survey of impostor feelings and experiences among Hispanic or Latin American students. I would greatly appreciate if you could participate and/or forward this study to potential participants. Participation in the study is expected to take approximately 15 minutes.



Participants must self-identify as Hispanic, Latino/a/x, or having an ethnic background from Spanish or Portuguese speaking areas of Latin America. Participants must also be currently enrolled in a college or university program, read English proficiently, have spent their formative years in the US, and be over the age of 18.





To qualify for participation in the study, please click here: https://umiami.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ewIGPAU0tzdAhtb





Participation is confidential and voluntary, meaning participants may withdraw from the study at any time. If you have any questions, you can contact me at [email protected].



The proposed study does not pose any anticipated risk and is approved by the University of Miami Institutional Review Board. The university’s Human Subjects Research Office can be contacted at [email protected].



Thank you in advance for your time!
On Prof. Tom Baginski’s recent trip to Morelia, Michoacán (México), he gave an interview on Mexican TV. The moderators, Manuel Ángel Cortés and Bulmaro Velázquez, interviewed Tom as part of their TV show “Café Nostalgia”. This particular episode focused on 1960s and 1970s singers Angélica María, "La novia de México" (Mexico's sweetheart), and actor/singer Enrique Guzmán and their influence on popular European music at the time.

See the short clip below. A longer version will air on “Mexicanal” in the U.S. in spring 2020 when the all-new season of “Café Nostalgia” starts. In Charleston, Comcast broadcasts Mexicanal on channel 616.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQQIfvqAa3g
FDHS in DD2 is currently looking for a Spanish Teacher! Please message me if you or anyone you know may be interested!
Wando High School is hiring a full time Spanish teacher. I've been at Wando for seven years and it is a wonderful place to work! You can apply via the link below. Feel free to message me if you have any questions.

It's not too late to register and attend AATSPSC's joint conference with AATSPNC this Saturday at Winthrop University! Several of your own faculty will be presenting, with a keynote from Devon Wray Hanahan! Learn more at www.aatspsc.org/conference
a very interesting example of diversity in the Spanish speaking world!
AATSP of the Carolinas is hosting our annual conference on Saturday, November 4 at Winthrop University in Rock Hill and we would love to see you there! Pre-service teachers are especially welcome to submit a proposal to present! AATSPSC.org/conference

Department of Hispanic Studies at the College of Charleston The College of Charleston’s Department of Hispanic Studies is one of the largest and most comprehensive undergraduate programs in the southeast at a university committed to preparing our students for the language demands of a world made increasingly smaller by technology, the global economy and immigration.

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03/23/2022

CofC faculty members:
Don't miss this workshop on Thursday, April 21 at 3pm!
https://cofc.zoom.us/j/6015897208

03/21/2022
03/16/2022

Please join us for the 16th lecture in the Hispanic Studies Teaching Discussion Series Innovations and Challenges in Second Language Teaching

Joseph Weyers, Professor, Hispanic Studies and Co-director, Global Scholars: A Postcards Approach to Teaching Culture

Wednesday, March 30, 2022
4:00–5:00 pm Via Zoom https://cofc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAod-mvrDkiHdWrgpdd9TyyJYbNolszhDng

Postcards beg to be explained and explored. There is a story behind each vista, each museum, each piece of art, and once unraveled, the story informs us about the history, gastronomy, music, and multiple other cultural manifestations of the people and places we highlight in class. There are two objectives for this talk: 1. to outline how Postcards from Mexico was developed using postcards as the centerpiece of each class, and 2. how these valuable authentic materials can be incorporated to address culture in a course, a unit, or a class.

Free and open to the public - Lecture will be in English

Teaching Discussion Series Organizers
Dr. Silvia Rodriguez Sabater
[email protected]
Prof. Allison Zaubi
[email protected]

Hispanic Studies Faculty Focus, March 2022: Prof. Eileen Shields | Hispanic Studies 03/09/2022

Hispanic Studies Faculty Focus, March 2022: Prof. Eileen Shields | Hispanic Studies

Dear HISP Students, Colleagues and Friends,
Hispanic Studies is pleased to present its Faculty Focus for March of 2022, Prof. Eileen Shields. To learn a bit about Prof. Shields, please see the link below.
Saludos,
Mg
Dr. Michael A. Gómez
Professor of Spanish
Affiliated Faculty in Philosophy
Chair of Hispanic Studies

Hispanic Studies Faculty Focus, March 2022: Prof. Eileen Shields | Hispanic Studies Hispanic Studies Faculty Focus, March 2022: Prof. Eileen Shields By Michael Gomez | March 7, 2022 0 Comment Hispanic Studies Faculty Focus, March 2022: Prof. Eileen Shields Prof. Eileen Shields is Hispanic Studies’ Faculty Focus for the month of March, 2022. A graduate of the College of Charleston...

Hispanic Studies Student Focus, March 2022: Ms. Dahlia Watson (’22) | Hispanic Studies 03/09/2022

Hispanic Studies Student Focus, March 2022: Ms. Dahlia Watson (’22) | Hispanic Studies

Dear HISP Students, Faculty and Friends,
I am pleased to present you with the Hispanic Studies Student Focus for March, 2022, Ms. Dahlia Watson (’22). To learn more about Dahlia, please see the link below.
Un saludo cordial,
Mg
Dr. Michael A. Gómez
Professor of Spanish
Affiliated Faculty in Philosophy
Chair of Hispanic Studies

Hispanic Studies Student Focus, March 2022: Ms. Dahlia Watson (’22) | Hispanic Studies Hispanic Studies Student Focus, March 2022: Ms. Dahlia Watson (’22) By Michael Gomez | March 7, 2022 1 Comment Hispanic Studies Student Focus, March 2022: Ms. Dahlia Watson (’22) Hispanic Studies is once again proud and privileged to be able to feature one of its impressive Spanish students—th...

Trujillo Study Abroad Spring 2022 with Prof. Antonio Perez-Nunez 02/23/2022

Trujillo Study Abroad Spring 2022 with Prof. Antonio Perez-Nunez

02/11/2022

Charleston Jewish Filmfest presents:
The Movie: Sin La Habana will be available for streaming March 11-14, 2022. (95 minutes | Canada, Cuba | 2020)
The Discussion: Monday, March 14 at 7 pm - Join Dr. David Dulceany of Hispanic Studies as we delve into the movie’s themes, including immigration and the challenges of cultural life in Cuba. Registration includes both the Vimeo link to stream the film and the Zoom discussion link. Free and open to the public.

Leonardo, a ballet dancer, and Sara, an ambitious lawyer, are young black Cubans desperate to leave their country. They realize that their ticket off the island is for Leonardo to seduce one of the foreign students at the salsa school where he teaches. Dreams collide when they meet a lonely Iranian-Canadian woman who is seeking adventure and passion in paradise.

Co-sponsored by Charleston Jewish Filmfest and the College of Charleston Departments of Hispanic Studies and Latin American and Caribbean Studies

https://cofc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUof-uopj4vGNSsHmS5sdGUGtawnc5_9Aba

Hispanic Studies Student Focus, February 2022: Ms. Ellie Manucy | Hispanic Studies 02/07/2022

Hispanic Studies Student Focus, February 2022: Ms. Ellie Manucy | Hispanic Studies

Dear HISP Students, Colleagues & Friends,
I am pleased to present you with the Hispanic Studies’ Student Focus for February 2022, which features Ms. Ellie Manucy (Class of 2022). To learn about Ellie, please click here:
https://blogs.cofc.edu/spanishnews/2022/02/06/hispanic-studies-student-focus-february-2022-ms-ellie-manucy/
Un saludo cordial,
Mg
Dr. Michael A. Gómez
Professor of Spanish
Affiliated Faculty in Philosophy
Chair of Hispanic Studies

Hispanic Studies Student Focus, February 2022: Ms. Ellie Manucy | Hispanic Studies Hispanic Studies Student Focus, February 2022: Ms. Ellie Manucy By Michael Gomez | February 6, 2022 0 Comment Hispanic Studies’ Student Focus for February 2022 is Ms. Ellie Manucy (’22). A double major in Communications and Spanish, Ellie is another great example of the sort of talented, multi-f...

Hispanic Studies 02/07/2022

Hispanic Studies

Dear HISP Students, Colleagues & Friends,

Hispanic Studies is pleased to present its Faculty Focus for February of 2022, Dr. Colleen Moorman. To learn a bit about Dr. Moorman, please click here:
https://blogs.cofc.edu/spanishnews/2022/02/06/2147/

Saludos,
Mg
Dr. Michael A. Gómez
Professor of Spanish
Affiliated Faculty in Philosophy
Chair of Hispanic Studies

Hispanic Studies By Michael Gomez | February 6, 2022 0 Comment Hispanic Studies Faculty Focus, February 2022: Dr. Colleen Moorman Dr. Colleen Moorman is Hispanic Studies’ Faculty Focus for February of 2022. Dr. Colleen Moorman—who graduated from the prestigious Georgetown University with a Ph.D. in Spanish Appli...

College of Charleston International Piano Series - College of Charleston 01/24/2022

College of Charleston International Piano Series - College of Charleston

The CofC Dept of Music International Piano Series presents “A Piano Journey Through Latin America" Tuesday, February 8, at 7:30 pm at the Sottile Theatre, 44 George Street. The concert is a duo of CofC grads who have made quite a career for themselves as world-class musicians: William Villaverde (Cuba) and Fabiana Claure (Bolivia) will present music for two pianos entitled “A Piano Journey Through Latin America” at the Sottile Theatre (44 George Street). Works include Bolivian Cuecas, Brazilian tangos, Cuban classical and jazz-inspired music, an original Latin jazz composition and a 4-hands piano arrangement of Piazzolla's "Tango Suite." Tickets are $30, with free admission for those under 18 and for all College of Charleston students, faculty and staff with valid ID.

College of Charleston International Piano Series - College of Charleston College of Charleston International Piano Series

Timeline photos 01/24/2022

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CofC has hosted a study abroad program in Trujillo, Spain for more than 20 years! Our students and faculty have built incredible bonds with the host families and staff with la Fundación Xavier de Salas. We love Trujillo and hope to keep this partnership growing for years to come!

https://www.hoy.es/prov-caceres/americanos-vuelven-trujillo-20220123000511-ntvo.html?ref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.hoy.es%2Fprov-caceres%2Famericanos-vuelven-trujillo-20220123000511-ntvo.html

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01/14/2022

Join us on Jan. 25 on Zoom. Register here to receive the Zoom link:
https://forms.gle/LePCqDFFnqeDRT9M7

Notas sobre oralidad y etnografía en Rómulo Lachatañeré y Lydia Cabrera 01/12/2022

Notas sobre oralidad y etnografía en Rómulo Lachatañeré y Lydia Cabrera

Dear HISP & Friends,
I am pleased and proud to be able to forward to you the following link, which features a chapter from Dr. Alberto Sosa-Cabanas’s forthcoming book, Fictions of Blackness: Paintings, Books, and the Iconography of Crime in the Caribbean:
https://rialta.org/ebbo-fi-ebboada-notas-para-un-capitulo-sobre-oralidad-y-etnografia-en-romulo-lachatanere-y-lydia-cabrera/

Please join me in extending to him congratulations for this impressive and meaningful accomplishment.

Saludos cordiales,
Mike
Dr. Michael A. Gómez
Chair & Professor of Spanish
Affiliated Faculty in Philosophy
Department of Hispanic Studies

Notas sobre oralidad y etnografía en Rómulo Lachatañeré y Lydia Cabrera Por ALBERTO SOSA - ‘¡¡Oh, mío Yemayá!!’ devino quizás el primer intento por recopilar una selección amplia de los mitos y leyendas de la Regla de Ocha...

01/10/2022

Spanish Conversation classes begin next week, the second week of Spring term 🙂

Timeline photos 01/10/2022

Study Abroad Fair! Wed. Jan 19, 10:30 - 1 on Cougar Mall 🙂

Stop by to learn more about upcoming Summer and Fall 2022 program options! Questions? Email us at [email protected]

12/21/2021

Dear SPAN Majors,
For those of you who graduated in December or who will be graduating in May, I forward the below message from Charleston County School District, which is looking to hire teachers of Spanish.
Saludos,
Mg
Dr. Michael A. Gómez
Chair & Professor of Spanish
Department of Hispanic Studies
College of Charleston

¿Habla Español?
Explore an alternative pathway to become a Spanish Teacher.
If you would like a fulfilling career where you have an opportunity to share a greater understanding of the Spanish language and culture and make an impact on students and their future, consider pursuing a teaching position at one of the many schools in Charleston County School District where students are the heart of our work.
Contact Tonya McIntyre at [email protected] or call 843-666-4889.

Student Focus - College of Charleston 12/06/2021

Student Focus - College of Charleston

Dear HISP Students, Colleagues & Friends,

I am pleased to present you with Hispanic Studies’ Student Focus for December 2021: Mr. Jerry Windhorn (’23). To learn about Jerry, please click on the link below.

http://spanish.cofc.edu/about/student-focus.php

Un saludo cordial,
Mg
Dr. Michael A. Gómez
Professor of Spanish
Affiliated Faculty in Philosophy
Chair of Hispanic Studies

Student Focus - College of Charleston A top 10 fastest-growing city for software and Internet technology, an emerging hub for aerospace, and a hotbed for healthcare and biosciences.

Faculty Focus - College of Charleston 12/06/2021

Faculty Focus - College of Charleston

Dear HISP Students, Colleagues & Friends,

Hispanic Studies is pleased to present its Faculty Focus for December 2021, Prof. Tina Maric. To learn about Prof. Maric, please click the link below.

Saludos,
Mg
Dr. Michael A. Gómez
Professor of Spanish
Affiliated Faculty in Philosophy
Chair of Hispanic Studies

Faculty Focus - College of Charleston A top 10 fastest-growing city for software and Internet technology, an emerging hub for aerospace, and a hotbed for healthcare and biosciences.

Music Major's Research Leads to U.S. Premier of Guatemalan Composer's Work 11/23/2021

Music Major's Research Leads to U.S. Premier of Guatemalan Composer's Work

The College of Charleston Orchestra on Nov. 29, 2021, will present the performance “Two Geniuses: Tchaikovsky and Orellana,” conducted by Yuriy Bekker. Hosted by the College’s Department of Music, the performance will include the U.S. premiere of 91-year-old Joaquín Orellana’s “Ballet Contrastes.” The concert will also feature beloved, late-Romantic Tchaikovsky masterpieces “Symphony no. 5” and “Variations on a Rococo Theme,” featuring cellist Maria Savelyeva. The concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. at the Sottile Theatre (44 George St.).

Orellana’s work came to the attention of Bekker through a research project conducted by music and computer science double major Laura Maria Diaz Coronado, under the guidance of Michael O’Brien, associate professor of ethnomusicology and chair of the music department. Funded through the College’s Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty (SURF) grant program, Diaz researched, digitized and documented the composer’s work in an effort to bring attention to his musical compositions.

Music Major's Research Leads to U.S. Premier of Guatemalan Composer's Work Above: Laura Maria Diaz Coronado studies works by Guatemalan composer Joaquín Orellana. The College of Charleston Orchestra on Nov. 29, 2021, will present the performance “Two Geniuses: Tchaikovsky and Orellana,” conducted by Yuriy Bekker. Hosted by the College’s Department of Music, the ...

Photos from College of Charleston - Hispanic Studies's post 11/12/2021

FYE SPAN 202 enjoying paella and (non-alcoholic) porrón at Estadio!

11/10/2021
11/08/2021

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Hispanic Studies Student Focus, November 2021: Ms. Elizabeth Jane Hancock | Hispanic Studies 11/04/2021

Hispanic Studies Student Focus, November 2021: Ms. Elizabeth Jane Hancock | Hispanic Studies

Dear HISP Students, Colleagues & Friends,

I am pleased to present you with Hispanic Studies’ Student Focus for November 2021: Ms. Elizabeth Jane Hancock (’22). To learn more about Elizabeth, please click the link below.

Un saludo cordial,
Mg
Dr. Michael A. Gómez
Chair & Professor of Spanish
Affiliated Faculty in Philosophy
Department of Hispanic Studies
College of Charleston

Hispanic Studies Student Focus, November 2021: Ms. Elizabeth Jane Hancock | Hispanic Studies Hispanic Studies Student Focus, November 2021: Ms. Elizabeth Jane Hancock By Michael Gomez | November 4, 2021 0 Comment Hispanic Studies Student Focus for October 2021 is Ms. Elizabeth Jane Hancock (’22). An Honors College student pursuing an Artium Baccalaureatus in Spanish, as well as a Bachelor...

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