Spanish: Related Content
“We love working with Bennington, and we would love to have more students join us,” said Donnica Wingett of Safe Passage/Camino Seguro. “It says something when someone comes from so far away and looks our kids and moms in the eyes and says, ‘Hey, how are you? I care.’”
Faculty member Sarah Harris's article, "'They Tried to Bury Us: They Didn't Know We Were Seeds': Intergenerational Memory and La casa," was recently published in European Comic Art.
Faculty member Marguerite Feitlowitz published "A Tale of Survival," a review of Sergio Bitar's Prisoner of Pinochet: My Year in a Chilean Concentration Camp, through ReVista, the Harvard Review of Latin America.
ImageTexT, a peer-reviewed, open access journal with a focus on interdisciplinary comics studies, has published an article by Spanish faculty member Sarah D. Harris.
Marguerite Feitlowitz was interviewed by Andrew Graham-Yooll in Página12 as an expert on the subject of the language of dictatorship on how she came to focus her work on Argentina’s history.
Jamie Weaver ‘15 continues work she began at Bennington as a Fulbright Fellow working in community theater in Quito, Ecuador.
Mint Use as Measurement for the Current Status of Mapuche Medicine in Northwestern Patagonia
Thesis by Tessalyn Morrison '16
Born out of student response to community need, supported and informed by study with faculty, GANAS brings together students, migrant workers, and organizations focused on promoting healthcare, human rights, and education for the undocumented workforce supporting Vermont's dairy industry. WEBSITE.
Language faculty member Sarah Harris and Enrique del Rey Cabero discuss the Spanish Civil War in Comics in a two-part conversation published in Comics Forum.
A collaboration between Bennington College and the newly independent Village School of North Bennington has students as young as 5 years old speaking a foreign language.
More than 80 Bennington students and staff members spent a recent Saturday pitching in around town and continuing the College's Hurricane Sandy relief efforts as part of the Bennington ACTS annual day of service.
Jonathan Pitcher is a scholar of Latin American literature, philosophy, and history whose research interests exceed any one discipline: identity, exile, film, politics, travel, art, architectural ideology, puppetry, and the aftermath of the Boom, to name a few.
A scholar of contemporary Spanish fiction, Sarah D. Harris's research and teaching interests include sequential art, twentieth and twenty-first century Peninsular film, trauma, collective memory and forgetting, migration, monstrosity, and gender and identity studies.