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The Portuguese program in Romance Languages and the Portuguese Flagship Program are proud to announce that this year six of our students were awarded the prestigious and highly competitive Boren Scholarship. This remarkable achievement deserves our heartfelt congratulations to Dalma Arteaga, Nicole Cortes, Bridget Goodman, Emily Hinckley, Connor Mason, and Davis Potts. With this distinguished honor, these students are now better equipped to…
Every year the Center for Teaching and Learning recognizes the significant contributions graduate students make to the instructional mission of the University of Georgia through Teaching Awards sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Instruction. This year, graduate students Erin Bolívar (PhD candidate in Hispanic Studies & Italian), María González-Ferrer (PhD candidate in Hispanic Linguistics), Álvaro Ley Garrido (PhD student in…
Join us next week, April 17th, from 5:00 to 7:00 in Gilbert Hall 113, for an Afternoon of Art in Portuguese with MA student Elisa Braga and Dr. Vera Bulla.  Come make your own painting inspired by Monique Malcher's writing.  REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Everybody is welcome! 
Join us for a poetry night! Poets will read in Portuguese or Spanish. English tranlsations will be displayed. 
The event offers an opportunity to reveal the distinct and plural Brazilian regions. From the charms of the beauties of the North to the cultural vibrancy of the Northeast, passing through the exuberance of the Central-West, South, and Southeast, we will explore the geographic, cultural, and linguistic singularities that make each region unique.
Brazilian Portuguese has its own pronunciation, structure, and vocabulary that can be traced back to the influence of African enslavement by colonial Portugal in Brazil. In this workshop, you will learn the specifics of the pronunciation of Brazilian Portuguese while also learning how it came to be and its relation to Afro-Brazilian culture. 
Please join us in Peabody Hall to welcome guest lecturer Nastassja Pugliese, who will be presenting her work: The case for equality after colonization: feminism, abolitionism, and indigenous rights in Nísia Floresta  
Join us on this rich Brazilian celebration with typical dance, music, and food.  If possible, wear something plaid or checkered. 
Immerse yourself in one of the biggest Brazilian celebrations. Join us for this lively and colorful event with music, dance, and a costume contest. 
Enjoy a fun evening while practicing Portuguese! 

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