Studied, lived and worked in Argentina, Europe and USA; BS Zoology; MA Literature & Linguistics; PhD Ecocriticism, Latin America, minor in Geography. Appointments: Middlebury College and University of Vermont.

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Publications:
Resignifying Environmental Epistemology through Latin America’s Artistic Representation: A Sustainability Perspective from the Humanities

An analysis of how environmental sustainability is perceived, understood and reconceived through aesthetic representations that like myths and philosophical constructions open imaginary spaces and shape how we view the environment.

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Sustainability as a Pedagogical Principle in Liberal Arts Education: Explorations from the Foreign Language Classroom

Sustainability is presented as a core principle for humanities and social sciences education with examples drawn from seven-year experience in liberal arts, centered on Latin American cultural and language studies.

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Published Online: September 8, 2015

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