Local Latina author’s work highlighted in new campaign

Maria de Lourdes Victoria’s poem was selected for Waste Management’s new campaign that’s “for Latinos, by Latinos.”

SDSU alumnus creates online Spanish learning business

For many people Spanish language education ends after high school, however, San Diego State alumnus Abraham Arechiga and his business partner Alvaro Sanchez Diaz are trying to change that.

The National Library of Spain will host a Conference on the Present and Future of Books and Reading

The National Library of Spain, the Alternatives Foundation and the General Secretariat of Culture, will take place on February 27 and will include the participation of experts who will debate about the present situation and the future perspectives of the world of the book.

TELOS: The future of the book in the digital era

The rapid deployment, in Spain as well as internationally, of all kinds of smart devices such as tablets, touch phones, phablets, and so forth is transforming the habits in the access to culture, information and leisure of many people.

ARCE renews design and contents of its monthly electronic bulletin and adds new features to the web

The Association of Cultural Magazines of Spain (ARCE) launches its new electronic bulletin with a more attractive and functional design that favors navigation through its contents, to which new tools have been incorporated for greater operability and ease of access.

Get to know this week's List for the week 6 ending on February 11th, 2018

NPD BookScan, part of the Nielsen Company (US) LLC, and America Reads Spanish (ARS), present the free weekly list of the Spanish bestseller titles in the US market for week 6 of 2018 (week ending 02/11/2018).

HACU Newsletter, February 15th, 2018

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) was established in 1986 with a founding membership of eighteen institutions. Because of HACU’s exemplary leadership on behalf of the nation’s youngest and fastest-growing population, the Association rapidly grew in numbers and national impact.

Camilo José Cela Foundation, The legacy of a Nobel laureate

Its headquarters is based in Iria Flavia, opposite the collegiate church of Santa María de Adina, in the buildings known as the Casas de los Canónigos, due to the fact that they were built as residences for canons in the 18th century.

The Culture Trip Presents a list of Must-Read Books in Spanish Taken to the Movies

Films adapted from books are common throughout the history of cinema, and Spanish cinema is no exception. What is consistent in many Spanish book-to-movie adaptations is that, regardless of the cultural origins of the book, the filmmakers are able to insert touches of Spanish heritage and the quirks of Spanish society.

How Latin America's Six Nobel Laureates Shaped the Continent's Literary Scene

Latin American writers began to grab the international spotlight in the 1960s, when the region produced a range of powerful new voices that came to redefine its literature. A literary boom was underway amid a background of political turmoil throughout the region.

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