The CEO of the National Constitution Center visited AL DÍA on July 10 to discuss America’s founding document in the modern, polarized context.
Boricuas are always "en brega," but they have their reasons. Now a series of podcasts led by academics and journalists spotlight the island and its history in the first person.
Witchcraft, cosmetic reconstruction, and a classic love story that ends in tragedy– Fernando de Rojas writes about a century with revolutionary ideas.
Professor Americo Mendoza Mori shares a poem from Peruvian writer José María Arguedas.
The seventh episode of Literatura Oral explores the controversial family Buendía in Gabriel García Márquez's Cien Años de Soledad.
Celebrating the life and works of one of the most important poets and dramatist of the twentieth century.
Rhymes, passion and women: the work of one of Spain's most important modernist poets.
A short story where love can only be found in dreams and the desire for a different life seems unreachable.
The unspoken effects of the dictatorship in Chile inspired the play by Ariel Dorfman, which contains more than just a historical tale of torture and suffering.
Spanish professor Rogelio Miñana, visits AL DÍA for a conversation that not only questions reality but also the virtue in people, through the mind of Miguel de Cervantes.
The premiere episode of this new series takes us to the timeless world portrayed in the book Pedro Paramo by Juan Rulfo.
El periodismo latino ha encontrado en el podcast una nueva forma de reforzar la lengua y la cultura hispana en EE.UU.
La política siempre ha sido parte de la vida del senador Bob Casey; pero ¿Qué momentos fuera del escenario formaron sus valores?