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The Department of Hispanic Studies condemns and rejects racism and discrimination in any of the myriad forms they assume. The Department is committed to fostering understanding of, as well as respect and appreciation for people and diverse experiences of the world. In our courses and in our research, we often discuss difficult issues of difference and identity, the core of the cultural crisis of this complex moment in history. In these challenging times, we hope to continue to guide these critical conversations and to use our voices to bring positive change to the world. As our Diversity Statement on this website affirms, "we are committed to including, welcoming, and supporting individuals from all groups regardless of age, background, citizenship, disability, education, ethnicity, family status, gender, gender identity/expression, geographical location, language, military experience, political views, race, religion/spiritual belief, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and work experience."

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Celebrate Creative Writing and Hispanic Heritage Month

Posted October 6, 2020

 In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re highlighting some of the incredible works published by faculty members in the Department of Hispanic Studies. 
Join in our celebration by reading these selections in both Spanish and English. Happy Hispanic Heritage Month!

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Join Sigma Delta Pi

Posted October 3, 2020

Are you interested in joining a nationally recognized Spanish Honor Society? Do seek to expand your resume and leadership roles with a service organization? The Sigma Delta Pi,  Lambda Tau chapter, invites you to join our Spanish Honor Society!

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Evan Palomeque

Posted October 27, 2020

Who wouldn’t want to work at Disneyland? Evan Palomeque does! Read our quick check in with Evan, who graduated in 1998 with a M.A. in Modern Languages, Spanish degree, and how it has helped his career.