SPANISH, A LANGUAGE FOR DIALOGUE Spanish is the second language in the world by number of speakers and the second language of international communication
TRANSLATORS' CORNER

 

A new publication of the Observatory of versions in English, produced by experienced or emerging translators, of short works originally written in Spanish, from various genres, periods and geographical origins

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GRANTS FOR HARVARD PROJECTS

The Observatorio provides annual funds for research projects and programs. The projects must be led by Harvard faculty members and must be related to the core interests of the Observatorio.

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ESTUDIOS DEL OBSERVATORIO / OBSERVATORIO STUDIES

 

Publication of the Observatory of the Spanish Language and Hispanic Cultures in the United States

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THE INSTITUTO CERVANTES OBSERVATORIO JOINS THE COMMITTEE ON ETHNICITY, MIGRATION, RIGHTS

The Instituto Cervantes Observatorio co-sponsors with EMR Student Research Awards, Latino Studies Working Group, and activities on Latino Studies.

2019 DELE EXAMS AT THE OBSERVATORIO

Open Inscription for 2019 Exams at Boston

May: Saturday, 25th. Levels: A2, B1, B2, C1. Deadline to register: March, 27th 2019.

November: Saturday, 25th. Levels: A2, B1, B2, C1. Deadline to register: October, 9th 2019.

https://examenes.cervantes.es/es/dele/que-es

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SIELE

SIELE is the International Service for Spanish Language Assessment, aimed at students and professionals, which digitally certifies Spanish language proficiency levels.

https://siele.org/en/home

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Observatorio Instituto Cervantes Symposium 2018

The Cervantes Institute at Harvard University organizes the symposium “Reshaping Hispanic Cultures” and invites researchers who are beginning their professional career to submit papers to share with the academic community. This invitation is extended to students, professors, and to anyone interested in the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures.

Latin American Women Writers

 

New Instituto Cervantes online resource

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More than 100.000 pages of prose, poetry and drama by women writers in Mexico, Central America and South America.

...a space for the study of the Spanish Language in the United States

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