Spanish grad students reject suspension

In an open letter, grad students and alumni of the PhD program voice their shock at the Dean’s actions. Note the discrepancy between their report and that of the Chair, who has claimed the department was well informed. They comment on the none-too-subtle racial/ethnic bias behind declaring Spanish a non-canonical field of study (it’s been an American language since Cotton Mather!) and prove their excellence and eminence, generally speaking.

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  1. María Socorro Tabuenca says:

    I congratulate the graduate students and alumni at Emory for their courage and for standing up for an important program not only in Atlanta but all over the U.S. Programs like this should not be closed, they should be open. Bravo!

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