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About hcrgmu

Hispanic Culture Review is a journal published yearly by students of George Mason University. HCR publishes narrative (fiction and nonfiction), essays, poetry, and visual art related to the Hispanic world (in Spanish or English).

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Mi abuela italiana y el gran funeral afroamericano

Por Heather Oster George Mason University, Virginia En 1936 había una casa de ladrillo, como todas las casas cerca de la Calle Kinsman y la Calle 151 en la parte este de Cleveland. Esta casa siempre estaba llena de alegría, … Continue reading

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Al dios de los poetas

Hispanic Culture Review ha recibido un ejemplar del libro Al dios de los poetas publicado por la editorial Ánfora Nova. Su autor, José María Candau Morón, es Catedrático de Griego en la Universidad de Sevilla (España), investigador, traductor y creador de Historiarum Reliquiae, … Continue reading

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El futuro del español en los Estados Unidos

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Against the new orthographic reform/ Contra la nueva reforma ortográfica

The new edition of the Ortografía de la lengua española (the Spanish Language Orthography), a publication of the Spanish Royal Language Academy (Real Academia Española, RAE), has caused debate in several Internet forums. This is according to the webpage of … Continue reading

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New call for papers/ Nueva convocatoria

This year Hispanic Culture Review (HCR) commemorates 20 years of publication! The academic magazine will publish original and unpublished pieces related to the celebration of Hispanic heritage. HCR features essays, brief narratives, visual art, and poetry in both English and Spanish. For more information, … Continue reading

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Sociolinguistics talk at GMU/ Charla sobre sociolingüística en GMU

Dr. Virginia Zavala, Associate Professor of the Linguistics Program at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, will present the talk “Racialization of the bilingual student in higher education: A case from the Peruvian Andes”. The event is going to take … Continue reading

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