Are you interested in studying Spanish abroad? If so, you will have the opportunity to deepen previous knowledge of the Spanish language and to learn about the rich cultural, historic, artistic, and ethnic diversity of Ecuador. Learn more about the program below.
This Scholarship is awarded to Latin students who are in the process of completing their final year of high school, and who will be entering their first year at an accredited College or University come September 2022. Application Deadline: April 30th, 2022.
Join the Organization of Latin American Students at York University. With OLAS we celebrate other cultures, learn/practice Spanish, organize events, dance together and make new friends.
Thank you for your interest in publishing with Acentos! We proudly accept our undergraduate students’ works, which include essays, literature reviews, essays, poetry, and visual art. Submissions are accepted in Portuguese, Spanish and/or English. If applicable, please ensure that your work follows MLA format. Since our publications go through a peer-review process, we ask all students to […]
Upcoming for Fall/Winter 2020-2021… AP/SP 2200 6.0 Introduction to Spain's and Latin America's Greatest Writers! Taught by Professor Maria Figueredo Course description: This course offers a thematic, historical, and social survey of literature from the Spanish-speaking world, studying narrative, poetry, drama, and essays from the medieval period to the present. The basic tools and […]
NOW in paperback! This book considers the role of music in multi-mediated formats that privilege the performative elements of meaning production. By examining innovations by Latin American writers, the intertextual relationships between the historical weight of influential voices are juxtaposed with twenty-first-century acts of writing. The reception of texts mixes a plethora of voices, meta-histories […]
Día de Muertos - On October 28, 2019, an Ofrenda was assembled by the Spanish Program, led by Professor Shanna Lino and her students in Spanish 3000.
Día de Muertos Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) is an ancient Mexican tradition, usually observed on November 1, which honours the deceased in cheerful celebration. Typically, family and friends gather to remember those who have died in order to help support their spiritual journey. This holiday has been recognized as an example of […]
On July 6th, 2019, students from SP 3000 and SP2000 had the opportunity to join the Latin American community in Toronto and to participate in a Community Conversation event organized by Julio Fonseca and sponsored by the Department of Languages, Literatures & Linguistics and the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies. Faculty members, representatives […]