School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

The interdisciplinary field of the medical humanities first emerged in the late 20thcentury as a way of drawing on the creative and intellectual strengths of humanistic disciplines such as art, fe

SPAP welcomed Colombian writer and journalist, Melba Escobar, who was participating in the 2019 National Book Festival celebrated in Wash

Mario Bencastro, Salvadoran author, speaks about his work and presents a new edition of his book “Vato Guanaco Loco” in the Washington 

El mar y el tiempo/The Sea and Time (1989) Fernando Fernán Gómez
Presented by Daniela Bulansky, Prof. Laura Demaría (U of Maryland) and Prof. Naharro-Calderón

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