The DLCL has moved to a new website: dlcl.stanford.edu.
The Portuguese language offers students access to a wide range of cultures and literatures that literally span the globe: from East and Southern Asia to Africa, from Western Europe to South America and even to large immigrant communities in California. Stanford offers a comprehensive Portuguese language program, and ILAC faculty members offer courses each year on Lusophone literature and cultures. Undergraduate and graduate seminars focus on world-renowned authors such as Luís de Camões, Clarice Lispector, Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis, Mia Couto, and Fernando Pessoa, and topics such as Afro-Brazilian culture, Ibero-American modernism, Lusophone African literature, and Renaissance Portuguese literature.
Check out the "Portuguese at Stanford University" Facebook page.
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