SIP Guidelines

Possible SIP topics are film, literature, and cultural studies in the Spanish-speaking world.

SPAN 301 and one 400 level course in Spanish are required to undertake a SIP in Spanish.

Students considering writing a SIP in the Spanish Department must meet with Spanish faculty during spring quarter of their junior year to establish a summer research timeline.

SIP Proposal Deadlines

For a Fall Quarter SIP:
1st draft of proposal is due 2nd week of Spring Quarter
2nd draft of proposal is due 4th week of Spring Quarter

For a Winter Quarter SIP:
1st draft of proposal is due 2nd week of Fall Quarter
2nd draft of proposal is due 4th week of Fall Quarter

2018-2019 Spanish Department SIPs

Grace Beck, “The Perseverance of Women in the Historically Sexist World of reguetón

Katherine McKibbon, “#MeToo versus #YoTambién: Using Twitter to Investigate the Transition of Social Movements”

Brooke Nosanchuk, “Ayahuasca as Portrayed Through Film: An Analysis of the Controversy that Considers it Both a Medicine and a Danger”

Samuel Rice, “El acceso y la práctica de la interpretación médica de calidad”

Peter Schultz, “La traducción automática como herramienta en el proceso de aprender un idioma”

Yu Shang, “A Forgotten History: Chinese Migration in Mexico and its Questioning of mestizaje