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The University of New Mexico Department of Spanish and Portuguese

The University of New Mexico Department of Spanish and Portuguese We offer concentrations in Hispanic Linguistics, Hispanic Literature (Peninsular & Spanish American), Hispanic Southwest Studies and Portuguese.

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Need some review of por vs para or the subjunctive? Who doesn’t?! Come join our grammar workshop Wednesday Sept 28th! 🤓
09/15/2022

Need some review of por vs para or the subjunctive? Who doesn’t?! Come join our grammar workshop Wednesday Sept 28th! 🤓

¡Felicitaciones! 🎊 Professor Anna M. Nogar (Spanish and Portuguese) and retired Distinguished Professor A. Gabriel Melén...
09/13/2022

¡Felicitaciones! 🎊

Professor Anna M. Nogar (Spanish and Portuguese) and retired Distinguished Professor A. Gabriel Meléndez (American Studies) were recently awarded the Bronze Prize in the 2022 International Latino Book Awards in the category of Fiction Translation: Spanish to English for their 2021 book El feliz ingenio neomexicano: Felipe M. Chacón and Poesía y prosa (University of New Mexico Press). The judges commented "A lot of loving work went into this bilingual volume; the translated text feels like original writing." US Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera and Dolores Huerta (among others) presented awards.

Come check out this special screening of “El Rey” this Friday in collaboration with SPGSA and the LLC! 🎥🍿
09/13/2022

Come check out this special screening of “El Rey” this Friday in collaboration with SPGSA and the LLC! 🎥🍿

The 2022 Shared Knowledge Conference is now accepting submissions! all graduate students can submit applications themsel...
09/13/2022

The 2022 Shared Knowledge Conference is now accepting submissions! all graduate students can submit applications themselves for LoboBITES. 🤓🐺

¡Felicitaciones! 🎉 Congratulations to Prof. Eva Rodríguez-González, Coordinator of the Spanish Second Language (SSL) Pro...
09/13/2022

¡Felicitaciones! 🎉
Congratulations to Prof. Eva Rodríguez-González, Coordinator of the Spanish Second Language (SSL) Program, to be one of the recipients of the 2021-2022 UNM Digital Literacy Innovation Award in recognition for excellence in teaching digital literacy skills. Prof. Eva Rodríguez-González designed a student showcase portfolio (Mi travesía/My journey) via Adobe Spark in SPAN1110, SPAN1120 and SPAN2110 to enhance students’ digital literacy while reflecting and celebrating Spanish language development. Student portfolios have been implemented in multiple SSL course sections since Fall 2021 in lieu of traditional exams.

This past summer, PhD student, Jorge Hernández, had a very fruitful experience at the prestigious National Humanities Ce...
08/20/2022

This past summer, PhD student, Jorge Hernández, had a very fruitful experience at the prestigious National Humanities Center Graduate Student Residency Program. Jorge writes:

“The residency program was great! Following all the lectures and guest speakers, my fellow graduate colegas and I (in selected groups) designed an interdisciplinary syllabus based on our specific research fields and interests. Our group, composed of a scholar of psychology, and sociology, and myself, a scholar of Hispanic Lit./Southwest Studies, designed a syllabus that examines/ed the concepts of place, space, and world. Cleverly titled, “Global Studies/Interdisciplinary Studies 4001: Towards A Renewed Understanding of the Space-Place-World”, our course examined these concepts through the kaleidoscopes of literature, human and cultural geography, world cultures, psychology, and sociology. From embodiment, the development of morality, liquid modernity and glocalization, non-places and supermodernity, Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Model, time/spaces, border places-spaces, and digital spaces and virtual reality environments, our course was designed to examine how place and space tie not only into our experience of the world but more broadly, how each of our identities (often plural themselves) are constructed within this world.”

Gearing up for next semester, we are excited to have everyone back! 🐺❤️🤍🖤
08/16/2022

Gearing up for next semester, we are excited to have everyone back! 🐺❤️🤍🖤

📢 Good news, there is still spots available for our SPAN 371, Spanish of the Southwest. The fall semester is right aroun...
08/15/2022

📢 Good news, there is still spots available for our SPAN 371, Spanish of the Southwest. The fall semester is right around the corner, don’t wait REGISTER NOW!! 🏃🏻‍♀️

Are you still looking for a fun and interesting class for the fall semester? 👀😄Look at the flyer for more information on...
08/09/2022

Are you still looking for a fun and interesting class for the fall semester? 👀😄

Look at the flyer for more information on SPAN371! 😁🤗

Looking for a Spanish 300 level course for Fall 2022? 👀🤔Register now, and guarantee your spot before it’s too late! 📆 ⏰
08/03/2022

Looking for a Spanish 300 level course for Fall 2022? 👀🤔
Register now, and guarantee your spot before it’s too late! 📆 ⏰

We are happy to announce this amazing accomplishment of Professor Nogar’s book! 🥳El feliz ingenio neomexicano: Felipe M....
07/06/2022

We are happy to announce this amazing accomplishment of Professor Nogar’s book! 🥳

El feliz ingenio neomexicano: Felipe M. Chacón and Poesía y prosa (https://unmpress.com/books/el-feliz-ingenio-neomexicano/9780826363275), published in 2021 by Professor Anna M. Nogar and retired Distinguished Professor A. Gabriel Meléndez, has been selected as a Finalist in the category of Translation for the 2022 International Latino Book Awards.

The International Latino Book Awards reflect the strength and talent of the fastest-growing group in the USA. By far the largest Latino cultural Awards in the country, the ILBA have honored the greatness of 3,470 authors and publishers over the past two decades.

¡Felicidades Prof. Nogar! 🎊🎉👏🏻

It’s official!!! 📣 We are proud to announce that Dr. Anna Nogar and Dr. Naomi Shin have been promoted to Full Professor!...
06/30/2022

It’s official!!! 📣 We are proud to announce that Dr. Anna Nogar and Dr. Naomi Shin have been promoted to Full Professor!!

Tenure and Promotion are affirmations of the valuable work faculty members do to advance the mission of The University of New Mexico. Their hard work and achievements have been recognized.

Congratulations on this amazing accomplishment, Dr. Nogar & Dr. Shin! 👏👏

Still looking for a summer class? 👀 Register now for our online Portuguese 1110 course! ☀️ See flyer for more info ➡️
05/31/2022

Still looking for a summer class? 👀 Register now for our online Portuguese 1110 course! ☀️ See flyer for more info ➡️

Congratulations to our MA graduate student Maria Vielma, who has been selected to be part of the inaugural cohort of Zan...
05/18/2022

Congratulations to our MA graduate student Maria Vielma, who has been selected to be part of the inaugural cohort of Zancada Graduate Fellows!!! 👏👏

The Zancada Graduate Fellow Program is designed to create a cohort of future leaders who are committed to finding interdisciplinary, actionable, and meaningful solutions to global problems. Zancada Fellowships recognize the remarkable accomplishments of the selected graduate students and provide a valuable training opportunity to develop professional skills and encourage interdisciplinarity and community engagement among Fellos.

Here are a couple of pictures of our 2022 graduation ceremony. Thank you to everyone that attended! We would like to con...
05/16/2022

Here are a couple of pictures of our 2022 graduation ceremony. Thank you to everyone that attended!

We would like to congratulate all graduates on their well-earned success and best wishes on their next adventures!

Three of the four Spanish and Portuguese authors honored at the UNM’s Published Professors Reception with Arts and Scien...
05/06/2022

Three of the four Spanish and Portuguese authors honored at the UNM’s Published Professors Reception with Arts and Sciences Dean Arash Mafi! Pictured: Anna Nogar, Kathryn McKnight, and Carmen Julia Holguin Chaparro. Missing Prof. Paulo Dutra.

Photos from Spanish as a Heritage Language at the University of New Mexico's post
05/06/2022

Photos from Spanish as a Heritage Language at the University of New Mexico's post

Did you know we are home to THE TEACHING ASSISTANT OF THE YEAR 🤩  Join us in congratulating Kory Apodaca Cordova for bei...
05/04/2022

Did you know we are home to THE TEACHING ASSISTANT OF THE YEAR 🤩 Join us in congratulating Kory Apodaca Cordova for being selected as the Susan Deese-Robertas Outstanding Teaching Assistant of the Year 🥳🥳🥳

Summer Portuguese class? Sign us up! Swipe for more info 🤩
05/02/2022

Summer Portuguese class? Sign us up! Swipe for more info 🤩

Last Spirit Day of the Semester 🤩
04/29/2022

Last Spirit Day of the Semester 🤩

Celebrations are in order! Congratulations to graduate student Len Beké for winning the Graduate Studies Summer Disserta...
04/27/2022

Celebrations are in order! Congratulations to graduate student Len Beké for winning the Graduate Studies Summer Dissertation Award 🥳

Algunos eventos de esta semana!
04/26/2022

Algunos eventos de esta semana!

RESOLANAS EVENT TOMORROW 🥳
04/25/2022

RESOLANAS EVENT TOMORROW 🥳

We are so proud of our graduates! If you plan on participating in graduation, make sure you RSVP to the S&P main office ...
04/21/2022

We are so proud of our graduates! If you plan on participating in graduation, make sure you RSVP to the S&P main office at 505-277-5907 or [email protected] by MAY 6!

Querencias is back! SPANPORT’s student-led graduate research conference is taking place this Friday and Saturday! Swipe ...
04/20/2022

Querencias is back! SPANPORT’s student-led graduate research conference is taking place this Friday and Saturday! Swipe for the schedule!

Did you find our booth at the UNM Health Professions Symposium this past weekend? 🤩
04/15/2022

Did you find our booth at the UNM Health Professions Symposium this past weekend? 🤩

04/14/2022

¡Órale, colegas! Queremos felicitar a nuestro Coordinador Asistente de SHL, Jorge Hernández, por haber sido seleccionado para asistir al National Humanities Center’s Graduate Student Summer Residency Program. Este verano Jorge estará trabajando en prácticas significativas de enseñanza y aprendizaje en el aula de humanidades. ¡Felicidades, Jorge! 🤩😍😎

Celebrations are in order! Grad student, Jorge Hernandez was selected to attend the National Humanities Center’s Graduat...
04/13/2022

Celebrations are in order! Grad student, Jorge Hernandez was selected to attend the National Humanities Center’s Graduate Student Summer Residency Program. He will be working on meaningful teaching and learning practices in humanity classrooms. Felicidades Jorge 🥳

We ❤️ our faculty
04/09/2022

We ❤️ our faculty

Felicidades a Elisabeth Baker, a recent recipient of LAII PhD Fellowship! 🥳
04/05/2022

Felicidades a Elisabeth Baker, a recent recipient of LAII PhD Fellowship! 🥳

04/04/2022

Órale colegas, please distribute widely!

On behalf of the SHL Program, we'd like to express our gratitude to UNM's Spanish as a Second Language program for sponsoring the Classroom Management workshop held by SHL/SSL Teaching Assistants Maria Vielma and Jorge Hernández this past Thursday.

Thank you so much to everyone who came out to show their support! 😍😎🤩



SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER: deadline approaching!!!
03/30/2022

SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER: deadline approaching!!!

Looking for a way to start your spring break? How about scholarships! S&P has two scholarship deadlines coming up! Conway International Study Grant and the Ruiz y Ruiz Scholarship might be the fit for you. Deadline: April 6 by 5 pm. Go to http://spanport.unm.edu/resources/index.html for more information!

Happy Spirit Day!
03/25/2022

Happy Spirit Day!

Happy Grad Worker Wednesday! We are celebrating Laura Cruz today! Laura is a double MA student studying Hispanic Literat...
03/23/2022

Happy Grad Worker Wednesday! We are celebrating Laura Cruz today! Laura is a double MA student studying Hispanic Literature and Brazilian Studies. Laura supervises SSL 1 and medical Spanish. If you want to make her day, get her a veggie frito pie o cheese enchiladas :)

03/22/2022

¡Seguimos con Jorge Hernández, coordinador asistente de SHL!

¿De dónde eres?
Esa es la pregunta del millón. Nací en Pasadena, Texas, cercas de Houston, pero pasé mi infancia entre Vado, Nuevo México, y el pueblo natal de mis padres, Parral, Chihuahua. Por ello me considero muy orgullosamente transfronterizo, es decir no solamente por tener raíces muy fuertes en el norte de México sino también por mi conexión a la zona fronteriza de Las Cruces, NM, El Paso, Texas, y Cd. Juárez, Chih. Soy, entonces, de todo un poco.

¿Cuál es tu relación con el español? ¿Cómo lo aprendiste?
El español fue mi primera lengua, como ya mencioné a través de la conexión mexicana de mis padres. Sin embargo, al ir y venir, al cruzar fronteras tanto nacionales como lingüísticas (entre muchas otras), alrededor de los 8-10 años empecé a hablar el inglés, y desde entonces uso los dos idiomas.

¿Cuáles cursos de SHL has enseñado? ¿Cuáles cursos enseñarás este semestre?
En UNM he enseñado los niveles II, III y IV, actualmente estoy enseñado el cuarto nivel. Este semestre, como siempre, tengo un gran grupo de estudiantes súper apasionados/as por la lengua, la cultura y sus conexiones a sus familias. Espero, pues, seguir brindándoles a elles y a mis futures estudiantes una excelente experiencia en mis clases de lengua heredada.

¿Algunos datos curiosos sobre ti, etc. hobbies o películas, ¿algo más que te gustaría compartir?
Chales. Soy muy aburrido. Cuando no estoy enseñado o estudiando, me gusta jugar video juegos, más que nada por la nostalgia. Desde niño siempre me han encantado. A veces veo una que otra película dirigida por Guillermo del Toro. Pero, sobre todo, me encanta escuchar música: Los Rieleros, Polo Urias, Conjunto Primavera, La Maquinaria, La Zenda y Los Vendavales (¡Qué bonito es Chihuahua!).

Want to teach a more engaging class— in person or virtual? We’ve got the workshop for you!
03/21/2022

Want to teach a more engaging class— in person or virtual? We’ve got the workshop for you!

Buena suerte a nuestros alumnos graduados que andan tomando comprehensive exams this week 🤍
03/17/2022

Buena suerte a nuestros alumnos graduados que andan tomando comprehensive exams this week 🤍

Photos from Spanish as a Heritage Language at the University of New Mexico's post
03/16/2022

Photos from Spanish as a Heritage Language at the University of New Mexico's post

Looking for a way to start your spring break? How about scholarships! S&P has two scholarship deadlines coming up! Conwa...
03/11/2022

Looking for a way to start your spring break? How about scholarships! S&P has two scholarship deadlines coming up! Conway International Study Grant and the Ruiz y Ruiz Scholarship might be the fit for you. Deadline: April 6 by 5 pm. Go to http://spanport.unm.edu/resources/index.html for more information!

Looking for a fun way to start off your spring break? Stop by the  Speaker Series event with Dr. Julio Torres! Make sure...
03/09/2022

Looking for a fun way to start off your spring break? Stop by the Speaker Series event with Dr. Julio Torres! Make sure you RSVP below!

SPANPORT wishes everyone the best of luck as they tackle midterm season!
03/07/2022

SPANPORT wishes everyone the best of luck as they tackle midterm season!

Happy Women's History Month! Read the story of Adelina "Nina" Otero Warren, a nuevomexicana sufragista whose image will ...
03/04/2022
Pasa por Aquí

Happy Women's History Month! Read the story of Adelina "Nina" Otero Warren, a nuevomexicana sufragista whose image will soon be on a US quarter-- written by our very own Doctor Anna Nogar!

https://nmhumanities.org/?blogId=1868

Pasa por Aqui is an initiative by the Council to present occasional columns by community members.

Happy Grad Work Wednesday! Today we are recognizing Nubia Ceniceros! Nubia is studying Hispanic Southwest Studies and is...
03/02/2022

Happy Grad Work Wednesday! Today we are recognizing Nubia Ceniceros! Nubia is studying Hispanic Southwest Studies and is planning on graduating soon with intent to focus on giving back to her community! She teaches and supervises in the SSL program. If you ever want to make her day, grab her some flautas o un té helado de frambuesa 🤩

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"According to a 2019 Gallup poll cited in a new report by the Humanities Indicators Project of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, 90 percent of humanities graduates are happy with their lives, about the same as graduates of other fields."

"One important consideration, the report says, is that humanities graduates work in a wide variety of fields, counter to “the stereotype of humanities majors as baristas.”
The report says, “Contrary to the stereotype, humanities graduates -- even those without advanced degrees -- are widely distributed across occupational categories, similar to college graduates generally and those from the science disciplines.” Humanities graduates work in management, in sales, in business and in technology, not just the expected categories of education or the arts."
Hi, I am Tamara Bell Boyle, Ed.D.. I am researching educator's preparedness. How prepared were you prior to COVID-19 pandemic quarantine (i.e., March of 2020 until June 2020, the end of the United States (US) academic year of 2019-2020)?

According to "Coronavirus 'Confusion': Teachers Had Little Training for How to Do Online Classes", written on April 17, 2020, “Many teachers received a couple of days of training before being asked to overhaul nearly every facet of their job. The lucky ones had a couple weeks”. Was this true for you? In addition, in "The CHLOE 4: Navigating the Mainstream, The Changing Landscape of Online Education", which was published March 24, 2020 provided the following comment: "Mounting successful online courses requires time, effort, and expertise that are likely in short supply under emergency conditions. The immediate goal should be to facilitate communication between faculty and students on the remaining tasks and assignments necessary to complete course requirements, and to help sustain campus communities in these difficult times". However, did your educational institutions do more? For example, in "How K–12 Schools Map Paths to Effective Hybrid Learning", published January 05, 2021, discussed how the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum at Leander Independent School District (Leander ISD), in Texas, explained “We can create documents, resources and exemplary lessons, but unless our teachers understand how virtual teaching is different from teaching in person, it’s really going to be a barrier for them” and understanding the possible barrier, for the 2020-2021 academic year, Leander ISD created a summer on-line learning experience for their teachers. Did your educational institution do something similar over the 2020 summer? What about the summer of 2021?

The questionnaire is in chronological order. The questionnaire starts with some questions prior (i.e., the academic year of 2018-2019) to COVID-19 pandemic quarantine (i.e., March of 2020) to allow the research to have a baseline. The questionnaire continues in a chronological order and ends with your thoughts/expectations about this academic year (2021-2022).

Your responses will be confidential and the survey should take approximately 30 minutes.

Prior research includes, but not limited to, "Factors Relating to Non-completion of Doctoral Degree in Education", which was presented at Mary Immaculate College International Conference, on May 25, 2018, in Limerick, Ireland. YouTube link is: https://youtu.be/fqUf6HHAPk8 From that research I wrote a paper "Another Option for Doctoral-non-completer-students Who Wish to Complete their Ed.D." and presented at the Canada International Conference on Education (CICE-2021) in collaboration with World Congress on Education (WCE-2021), on June 24, 2021, at the University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada (Synchronous-online setting via Zoom) YouTube link is: https://youtu.be/jKothiuyad4

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at [email protected].

In addition, I would really appreciate if you could please like and share my questionnaire, even if you are not an educator. Thank you in advance.

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Tomorrow at 4:00, join The University of New Mexico Department of Spanish and Portuguese for “Making It in Life: Domestic Service in Contemporary Brazilian Cinema”! Ana Cláudia dos Santos São Bernardo, Tulane University, is the Brazilian author of a short story about being the college-educated daughter of a domestic servant. She will be discussing 2 Brazilian films that examine different aspects of the intersection of domestic service and motherhood in tomorrow’s talk.
Next Monday, we’ll be hosting the talk “From the Book to the Big Screen: Grandma, Are You a Le***an?” by Dr. Natalia Borges Polesso alongside The University of New Mexico Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Dr. Natalia Borges Polesso will discuss Brazilian cinema and the adaptation for cinema of Dr. Polesso's short story "Grandma, Are You a Le***an?" from her award-wining collection Amora.

Learn more and register on our website: https://laii.unm.edu/events/2021/03/from-the-book-to-the-big-screen-grandma,-are-you-a-lesbian.html
Join us February 9 for:
Perspectivas Modernas: Brazilian Rap and the Grammar of the Black Existence
February 9, 6 pm (MST).

Live via Zoom. Free and open to the public.
Registration required: https://www.nhccnm.org/event/brazilian-rap-and-the-grammar-of-the-black-existence-paulo-dutra-unm-assistant-professor-of-spanish-and-portuguese/

Paulo Dutra, UNM Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, examines the most famous Brazilian rap group Racionais Mc’s artistic production in order to explore their poetically crafted understanding of how people of African descent experience and negotiate their existence in Brazil. Paulo Dutra is the author of a short story collection Aversão oficial: resumida (2018) and of a poetry collection ablliterações (2019, semifinalist in the 2020 Oceanos Prize).

He specializes in the intersections of race and artistic and cultural production in Luso-Brazilian/Latin-American context. His scholarly work on Don Quijote, race in Machado de Assis’s works, and Racionais Mc’s’s rap music has appeared in journals and book chapters in Brazil, Argentina and The United States.

This presentation is part of a new program, Perspectivas Modernas: Latin America, a new series of talks about Latin America presented by the National Hispanic Cultural Center/History and Literary Arts Program, UNM Department of History, UNM Latin American and Iberian Institute, and UNM Center for the Southwest.




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Hola a todos.
Os ofrezco mi obra sobre el español y el Quijote. Estoy seguro que os sería muy útil en vuestro trabajo o estudios. Su precio es de 20 € más gastos de envío. Más información: tuslibros.net. Gracias y saludos.
Did you miss our event “Writing, Researching and Reading Bilingual, Regional Children's Literature” with Anna Nogar, an Associate Professor of Hispanic Southwest Studies in the The University of New Mexico Department of Spanish and Portuguese? Check out the full talk on our YouTube page!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVtxL7T0lbs
¿Qué tal? Quiero invitarlos a este evento académico organizado por la Universidad Nacional de México. Totalmente gratuito. Y se darán constancias de asistencia. Gracias.
Really nice write-up in the UNM Press Room.
Check out our third shoutout featuring Dr. Naomi Lapidus Shin and her 2020 Arts and Sciences Teaching Excellence Award!

https://advance.unm.edu/stem-highlights/

The University of New Mexico Department of Spanish and Portuguese
TODAY! Join us for a discussion with Dr. Paulo Dutra (The University of New Mexico Department of Spanish and Portuguese) on nineteenth-century Afro-Brazilian writer Machado de Assis. We will begin at 11:30 MST at https://osu.zoom.us/j/98020109104
Yo elegì el drama "El hombre que se convirtiò en perro" del argentino Osvaldo Dragùn por su critica acuta al capitalsimo y a los males que cause al hombre y mas. La forma de arte que elegì fue un dibujo.
Yo elegí el poema “Sombras de los días a venir” de Alejandra Pizarnik porque te hace pensar en la muerte y lo que significa morir. La forma de arte que elegí fue un dibujo.
Aurelia Chávez
@ Carmen Julia Holguín
SPAN 307
3 de mayo, 2020

Eligí la obra "Padre nuestro que estás en el cielo" por José Leandro Urbina y él es de Chile. Me gusta este cuento porque es un microcuento. El cuento es corto, pero tiene un significado más profundo que lo que está escrito. Elegí hacer un pintura de cianotipia. Elegí este proceso porque las luces del sol activa el color, similar a los rayos que bajan del cielo. La puerta representa el paso al cielo, también al padre en el cuento que se esconde en el ático lejos de los soldados. Esta obra se llama " La puerta al paraíso "
Gentry Haukbeo
Carmen Julia Holguín
SPAN 307
3 de Mayo, 2020

Elegí la narrativa "Las medias rojas" de Emilia Pardo Bazán. Ella es de España y me gusta que los temas de esta historia son reales y, por lo tanto, relacionados. Elegí hacer un dibujo que mostrara el contraste entre el futuro potencial de Ildara y la vida que se ve obligada a vivir. La dibujé y las medias rojas encadenadas mientras el barco hacia una vida mejor parte sin ella. Este obra se llama “Un día tarde un dólar corto”.
Monse Camarena-Leija
Julia Holguín
SPAN 307
2 de Mayo, 2020

Para mi proyecto final, elegí "Tu me quieres blanca" de Alfonsina Storni. Me gustó este poema porque tiene un tono feminista. Storni se enfoca en cómo los hombres esperan que las mujeres sean perfectas. A lo largo del poema, parece que los hombres quieren que las mujeres sean blancas y puras, pero Storni muestra que había mucha hipocresía en esto porque los hombres no tenían esos mismos estándares. Los hombres solo se centraron en lo "malo" y en los "errores" de las mujeres, aunque los hombres también tienen sus rasgos negativos. El tema de la hipocresía de los hombres y la opresión de las mujeres era evidente durante todo el poema. Dibujé una imagen de una mujer, blanca y pura, para mostrar los estándares que los hombres tienen para las mujeres. La mujer esta sola y esta llorando porque los estándares que los hombres tienen para las mujeres no son justos. Yo quería que los sentimientos de la mujer serán mostrados a través del ambiente oscuro, nublado y lluvioso.
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