Temple University Spanish degree and Portuguese course students have a number of resources available to help them along during their college experience. Take a look at our available undergraduate and graduate student resources.
Current Undergraduate Student Resources
Advising: Where Do I Go If I Have Questions About:
- Certificates: Josh Pongan
- Course(s) taken elsewhere: Patricia Moore-Martínez
- Graduate students: Víctor Pueyo Zoco
- Spanish Graduate Reading Exam: Adam Joseph Shellhorse
- Portuguese Graduate Reading Exam: Adam Joseph Shellhorse
- Latin American Studies Semester (LASS): Hiram Aldarondo(Program Director), Patricia Moore-Martinez(Coordinator)
- Majors (course selection and registration, sign additional drop forms, career development, referrals): Patricia Moore-Martínez
- Minors (course selection and registration): Patricia Moore-Martínez
- Non-major: Josh Pongan
- Placement test scores (retrieve and interpret): Patricia Moore-Martínez
- Portuguese Minor and Brazilian Studies: Adam Joseph Shellhorse
- Sigma Delta Pi: Thomas Morton, Norma Corrales-Martin
- Study Abroad: Augusto Lorenzino
- Transfer Credit: Patricia Moore-Martínez
- Coordinator of Spanish 1003, 1903, 2001, 2002, 2096, 2901, 2902, and 2903: Marcela Pardes
- Coordinator of Spanish: 1001, 1901, 1002, and 1902: Josh Pongan
If you are in need of a tutor to help you with your Spanish class, our department has graduate students/TA’s that are willing to meet with you for a fee. Please feel free to contact them with any questions.
AY 2018- 19 Available Spanish Tutors
AY 2018-19 Available Portuguese Tutors
Note: You may also contact the Russell Conwell Learning Center, Suite 202, 1700 N. Broad St., Phila, PA 19122 at (215) 204-1252. They may have undergraduate students that will tutor for free.
Tutoring in Spanish For Writing Courses
The Writing Center is now offering tutoring sessions in Spanish. The sessions are geared primarily to students enrolled in the Writing Intensive courses (Spanish 2096 and 3096), but any Temple student who is writing essays in Spanish is welcome to use the service.
To have a session in Spanish, students must make an appointment with one of the following tutors: Nicole, Nicholas or Megan. The appointments can be made by phone at 215-204-0702 or in person. Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance. Please note that the appointment schedule often gets fully booked. Whenever possible, students should call on Thursday afternoons for appointments in the following week.
Current Graduate Student Resources
- View the Comprehensive Examination Reading Lists for the M.A. and PhD.
- View a list of Doctor of Philosophy dissertations that have been completed between 1973 and the present in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.
- Have a question about the graduate program in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese? View our FAQs.
- For more information about M.A. and Ph.D. degree requirements, please review the Graduate Handbook.
Anales de la literatura española contemporánea (ISSN: 0272-1635): ALEC publishes scholarly articles studying all aspects of twentieth and twenty-first century Spanish literature (from “modernism” and the so-called generation of 1898). The journal is part of The Society of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies (SSSAS). SSSAS promotes bibliographical, critical and pedagogical research in Spanish and Spanish-American studies by publishing works of particular merit in these areas. On occasion, The Society also publishes creative works. SSSAS is a non-profit educational organization.
For any correspondence regarding subscriptions and article submissions please contact the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org. Updated information about the journal’s most recent issues may be found at www.sssasalec.com.