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BYU’s language fair trades in cotton candy and carousels for speech competitions and spelling bees.
According to Associate Professor Anna-Lisa Halling, playwriting gave nuns unprecedented freedom—which may explain why it became so popular.
How do you know when a novel is well translated? The key lies in keeping the author’s voice.
Professors Erik Larson and Brian Price find their groove with the Black Student Union and the Rhythm ’N’ Soul Collective.
El Santo versus the establishment—How film institutions overlook Mexico's favorite luchador.
Doug Weatherford releases a new English translation of Mexico’s most well-known novel.
Scott Alvord appointed department chair as Jeffrey Turley completes his service.
Professor Elsa Perez shares how to address the stressors you can control and let go of the rest.
College of Humanities professors dive deep into Church history.
Maria Firmina dos Reis becomes the focus of Brazilian research trip led by Jordan Jones.
BYU speeches and forums now available in Japanese and Spanish—with more languages to come!
The Beatniqueo combines Hispanic and Portuguese music and poetry in a beloved public humanities event.