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Spanish at the University of Memphis Announcements

The Spanish section at the University of Memphis offers a variety of courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including courses on literature from the Middle Ages to the 21st century and Hispanic Linguistics, among others.

The Spanish faculty is comprised of specialists in the major areas of Hispanic Studies, including Hispanic literature, linguistics, foreign language pedagogy, civic engagement, film, and culture.

For more information about Spanish at The University of Memphis, please contact the Undergraduate Advisor in Spanish, Isadora Belmonte, (Jones Hall 108H, (901) 678- 4273), and the Graduate Coordinator in Spanish, Fernando Burgos, (Jones Hall 201C).

Join the Spanish Club

The goal of the club is to have a casual setting for people to be exposed to Spanish language and culture. For more information, check their facebook page or contact Dr. Barraza (Faculty Advisor).

Visit the success story page to see what students have done with their Spanish Degree.

Do you need help with your Spanish? Here is a list of resources at the UofM:

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