Dr. Raelynne Hale is a Teaching Assistant Professor of Spanish, focusing on Environmental Perspectives in Latin America, Microfiction and Translation. Dr. Hale joins at at K-State this fall from the University of California, Riverside, and is thrilled to be working with students and colleagues at Kansas State University! Dr. Hale teaches classes in Spanish and... Continue Reading →
Cade Ciesielski ('22) recently published a bilingual poem, "La Tierra Negra," in the Fall 2021 issue of K-State's Primary Texts Journal, Live Ideas. In this post, Cade offers insight into her creative writing process and the inspiration for her poem, "La tierra negra," which appears in this post in Spanish.
Dr. Laura Kanost, who teaches Latin American Literature and Translation Studies at K-State, has published an English translation of Cristina Rivera Garza’s groundbreaking study of La Castañeda, an early 20th-century public mental health institution in Mexico City. Rivera Garza's book was originally published in Spanish in 2010 and titled La Castañeda. Narrativas dolientes desde el... Continue Reading →
Pinceles no pistolas Publicación estudiatil de Leslie Ramirez, Natalia Rodriguez y Tatiana Briceño Traducción de Jasmin Choate, Samantha Díaz y William Augustine A lo largo de los años, Columbia ha enfrentado muchos problemas y tribulaciones en los que los ciudadanos fueron divididos en víctimas y victimarios. Esta nación ha estado tratando de reconstruirse, y un... Continue Reading →