I grew up in Southern California, went to college in New York City, and traveled throughout Spain and Latin America (mainly Chile, Argentina, & Cuba) before moving to Princeton to get my doctoral degree in 2011.
Though I majored and earned my Masters in Spanish & Portuguese, my doctoral dissertation is actually in the field of modern cultural history of the Atlantic world and focuses on emigration between Spain & Latin America between the 1860s and 1930s.
I am also a member of the National Tutoring Association and am currently working on my Basic Tutor Certification.
Below are the courses I have taught as a Graduate Student Instructor at Princeton:
- Beginning Spanish (SPA 101, Fall 2011; SPA 102, Spring 2011)
- Intensive Beginner’s and Intermediate Spanish (SPA 103, Fall 2012)
- Intermediate/Advanced Spanish (SPA 107, Fall 2013)
- Studies in Spanish Language and Style (SPA 207, Fall 2015 and Spring 2016)
Columbia University in the City of New York
Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures