Creative Literature-Based Mapping Projects from Spanish 735

Did you know that "Literature" courses are much more than reading and writing essays? Analyzing literature is basically collecting data... and understanding and interpreting the story depends as much on your cultural and historical knowledge as on your language skills. To practice these skills outside a traditional research paper or essay format, students in Dr.... Continue Reading →

Spanish Major Awarded Research Grant for Narrative Mapping Project

Anna Welsh ‘21, a senior triple-majoring in Spanish, Art, and Psychology -- and a Spanish Ambassador -- was recently awarded an OURCI research grant from K-State’s Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry. Her project is titled "Mapas, mujeres y Madrid: del nacimiento a la muerte con las mujeres madrileñas urbanas en La Rampa (1917)... Continue Reading →

Graduate and Undergraduate Spanish Students present research at Initials Symposium

Every Spring semester K-State's Modern Languages Department hosts Initials, a student research symposium where graduate and undergraduate students in Modern Languages present projects they have worked on during the academic year. Each student creates a poster to showcase their research findings and illustrate their ideas. Faculty and students in Modern Languages, and the College of... Continue Reading →

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