My teaching career spans 13 years, eight years in graduate school at Duke University and The University of Kansas, then five years as a professor at Grinnell College, The University of Iowa, and Dickinson College. I have lived in Spain for two years during my undergraduate studies and in Argentina for one year with a Fulbright Fellowship. Thus I possess a keen awareness of the differences between Peninsular and Latin American Spanish, and the major differences in the regional dialects.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Wisconsin-Madison - Bachelor in Arts, Spanish - International Relations
Graduate Degree: University of Kansas - Doctor of Philosophy, Latin American Studies
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