Issue for Jan./Apr. 1979 called Special issue; consists of official proceedings of the International Colloquium on Contextual Theology
"The Harvard Educational Review is a journal of opinion and research in the field of education. Articles are selected, edited, and published by an editorial board of graduate students at Harvard University. The editorial policy does not reflect an official position of the Faculty of Education or any other Harvard faculty."-- Volume 81, Number 2, Summer 2011
¡Con brío!, Second Edition celebrates the rich diversity of the Spanish-speaking world. This 12-chapter Introductory Spanish program, designed to address the needs and life circumstances of a broad audience, takes a highly practical approach that focuses on useful vocabulary presented through each chapter’s unique visual escenas, functional grammar of high-frequency usage, situational and contextual activities, and cultural selections relevant to everyday life and everyday interactions.
Issues for 1909- include "Supplément; traductions françaises des articles dont le texte original n'est pas en langue française" (varies slightly).
A long-time favorite of instructors desiring a four-skills approach in a briefer book, Que tal? combines a broad variety of materials and activities, exceptionally clear grammar presentations, and consistent organization. The popular four-part chapter structure helps students manage the material without being overwhelmed and makes lesson planning easier for instructors.
MLN pioneered the introduction of contemporary continental criticism into American scholarship. Critical studies in the modern languages--Italian, Hispanic, German, French--and recent work in comparative literature are the basis for articles and notes in MLN. Four single-language issues and one comparative literature issue are published each year.
¡Con brío! 4e gives students in the introductory Spanish sequence the opportunity to use their Spanish immediately with each other, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and Spanish speakers around the world. ¡Con brío! addresses the needs and life circumstances of a broad audience through a highly practical approach and focuses on useful vocabulary, functional grammar of high-frequency usage, and cultural content relevant to everyday interactions. Con brío 4e retains the strengths of the previous edition – efficient grammar approach, good culture, many instructors’ resources, and robust media – designed to help students gain the confidence and skills they need to use Spanish in class, in their communities, and in their lives. The program highlights useful high-interest cultural information about Latino culture in the United States as well as the strong connections between the U.S. and Hispanic countries.
First published as Los Benavides in the Madrid, 1609 ed. of Segunda parte de las comedias de Lope de Vega Carpio.
Providing the richest coverage of Spanish from around the world, this dictionary was compiled by an expert team of Spanish and English lexicographers working in their own language. The Oxford Spanish Dictionary is the result of over ten year's research, and covers over 24 varieties of Spanishas it is written and spoken throughout the Spanish speaking world. New to this edition is a guide to life and culture in the Spanish- and English- speaking worlds. This guide covers a wide range of topics: from the political and educational systems, to key events in the calendar and how they arecelebrated. It is an ideal reference for Univerisity students, as well as translators and language professionals.This title replaces ISBN: 0-19-860069-0 (plain) and ISBN: 0-19-860070-4 (thumb index).