Category: Graduate Students
AEGE (Asociacion de Estudiantes Graduados de Español) is hosting a graduate student-led Grant Writing Workshop on Wednesday, December 2, 2015 in CAS 534 at 4:00pm. Topics to be discussed include:
- What the GSO grant committee is looking for
- A look at some sample grant proposals
- How to make your budget (courtesy of Adel Faitaninho)
- Some insight into the Fulbright Scholarship process (courtesy of Franca Roibal Fernández)
For more information about the event and attending the event, please contact the president of AEGE, Amir Effat.
Professor Pedro Lasarte and four doctoral graduate students, Amir Effat, Mike Vinces, Paloma Pueyo Sahún, Philip Noonan, read papers and participated at the 2015 New England Council of Latin American Studies (NECLAS) Annual Meeting at Tufts University on November 7, 2015.
All four graduate students were in the panel, Sor Juana.
Amir Effat presented, “A study of the visual language in Sor Juana’s Los empeños de una casa”.
Mike Vinces presented, “Las penas barrocas de Castaño y de Celia en Los empeños de una casa de Sor Juana”.
Paloma Pueyo Sahún presented, “Didactismo y contradicción en Este, que ves, engaño colorido, de Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz”.
Philip Noonan presented, “La retórica sorjuanista en su obra teatral”.
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The Department of Romance Studies and Voces Hispánicas/Hispanic Voices welcomed Chilean folk-songwriter, Nancy Torrealba, accompanied by Boston-based folksinger, Sergio Reyes on November 2, 2015 to Boston University’s Casa Hispánica.
“Tertulia sobre el Canto Latinoamericano ayer y hoy”
The Boston University Center for the Humanities, the Center for Career Development, and the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences present Anne Krook.
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