05/22/2019 - The May 2019 SLCL Convocation ceremony took place in Foellinger Auditorium on Saturday, May 11.
05/17/2019 - “Spanish in the Community,” a 200-level course begun in 2005, will this fall become the first General Education (“Gen ED”) course the U of I will offer in a language o
05/10/2019 - The Department of Classics at Illinois has received from LAS alumnus George Reveliotis an endowment commitment of $1.5 milli
04/24/2019 - Vincent Cervantes, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, was recently awarded the competitive Criticism & Interpretive Theory Junior Research Fellowshi
04/24/2019 - Joyce Tolliver, Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, and Director of the Center for Translation Studies, has received the highly competitive U
04/22/2019 - Chris Gipson, a fifth-year graduate student in the Department of the Classics was quite ill the opening weekend of spring break in March when he received a life-
04/08/2019 - Spanish Advisor Tasha Robles has been awarded the Advisor of the Year award by the
04/08/2019 - Professor Hans Hock of the
04/08/2019 - Pilar Martinez-Quiroga’s article “La detective Bruna Husky de Rosa Montero: Feminismo, distopía y conciencia cybor
03/29/2019 - Edgar Garbelotto, an MFA candidate in Creative Writing pursuing a Certification in Translation Studies, translated from Portuguese into English a book that was recentl
03/25/2019 - Diana Sacilowski, a graduate teaching assistant in Slavic Languages and Literatures, is one of only seven graduate U of I students awarded an Illinois P
03/25/2019 - Eduardo Ledesma, Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, is among 7 faculty members who are recipients of Illinois Program for Research in the Hu
03/19/2019 - Two U of I students from distinct sides of the planet share the same goal after spending 2016-17 in the Year-in-Japan Program: to return to Japan to pursue their future graduate e
- Helping other people: Amber Dunse (Linguistics) combines a love of teaching with volunteer work for social justice
03/11/2019 - When Amber Dunse was seven years old, her visually impaired father shared his braille books with her and her brother.
03/08/2019 - The Summer Arabic Language Program for High School Students recently learned that it has received a grant from the Qatar Foundation International.