Spanish Language, Literatures, and Culture
College of Arts and Humanities
2215 Jiménez Hall
The signature of our department is its ability to put into play the singularity of literary and linguistic experiences in relation to politics and philosophy. By rethinking conventional historical, cultural and language boundaries across disciplines, our undergraduate and graduate programs critically engage different archives across the Americas, the Latina/o United States, the Luso-Brazilian world, and Spain in its Iberian and Transatlantic contexts. Our intellectual agenda involves diverse forms of community and civic engagement. With a hemispheric and international perspective, our program fosters both critical and creative work. Our graduates are prepared for diverse career tracks in education, business, government, law, medicine, the arts, and social work.
Professors: C. Benito-Vessels, L. Demaria, R. Igel, J. Quintero-Herencia, S. Sosnowski, J. Uriagereka
Associate Professors: R. Long, M. Lacorte, E. Merediz, M. Penrose, A. Rodriguez, H. Sánchez M. de Pinillos
Assistant Professors: E. Gironzetti, T. Lima
Senior Lecturers: A. Acedo Garcia, E. Canabal-Torres , C. Hidalgo, C. Oñate
Lecturers: F. Faccio, C. Lewis, J. Magro
Professors Emeriti: J. Aguilar-Mora (Distinguished Scholar Teacher), S. Cypess, R. Harrison, R. Lavine, G. Nemes
Advisor: Chris Lewis
Office: 2211 Jiménez Hall
For more information about advising, please visit the advising section of our website.
Undergraduate Research Experiences
The School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures has implemented an Annual SLLC Undergraduate Research Forum which allows its outstanding Juniors and/or Seniors to display their research projects. The Forum takes place in late April in the Language House (St. Mary's).
Each fall semester, SLLC organizes a Language Career and Internship Fair in conjunction with the UMD Career Center. For more information, see the SLLC website: http://www.sllc.umd.edu/.
For information, see http://sllc.umd.edu/spanish/undergraduate/honors.
Scholarships and Financial Assistance
The Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) administers a variety of federal, state, and institutional financial assistance programs, and, in cooperation with other university offices, participates in the awarding of scholarships to deserving students. For information, visit: www.financialaid.umd.edu.
Awards and Recognition
The UG Committee organizes an annual awards ceremony to celebrate SLLC students who have earned SLLC, campus and/or national scholarships, and academic achievement awards. The awards ceremony takes place in conjunction with the annual SLLC UG Research Forum.