Wagner College modern-language professors Margarita Sánchez and Katica Urbanc are the authors of a new Spanish textbook, “Retratos: Arte y sociedad en Latinoamérica y España,” published by Focus, an imprint of the Hackett Publishing Company.
The influx of Latinos — many of them recent immigrants — to the city highlights Philadelphia’s changing demographics. That’s a key story for the city’s news outlets to cover, but one that can be difficult for traditional English-language news organizations to report.
Homage on the 400th Anniversary of the Death of Cervantes raises questions about how many details are known about his life. Why did Cervantes are eight years to publish his next book after the success of don Quixote in 1605?
Ricardo Larios, a bilingual teacher at Salem, Oregon's Waldo Middle School, was chosen Wednesday as Oregon's winner of the $25,000 Milken Award for the most outstanding educator.
The book collection at the North Kenner Branch Library, 630 W. Esplanade Ave., Kenner, contains almost 1,400 Spanish-language books and 35 books in Brazilian Portuguese. The collection at the Terrytown Branch Library, 680 Heritage Ave., contains more than 550 Spanish-language books. Tumble Book Library, a database of animated, talking picture books on the library’s website, includes a collection of Spanish-language books for children.
- Grant provides more Spanish and bilingual books for all in El Paso, Texas public library
- Schoolchildren Have Spanish-Immersion Field Trip
- Cervantes Institute NY to host event on the role of Spanish language to facilitate International growth and expansion
- Legal Spanish Program with Cervantes InstituteOnline program will have a faculty composed of some of the most senior lawyers in the Latin and Spanish world and will focus on teaching participating students to understand legal texts, formulate arguments an