Modern Languages 532
Office Hours
Monday, 2-3 p.m.
Urrea, Beatriz
Associate Professor of Practice

Courses taught:
SPAN 330 (Intermediate Spanish Conversation), SPAN 431 (Immigration, the Documentary and Community Service)

Honors courses taught:
SPAN 350 (Introduction to Literary Genres), SPAN 210 (Latin America on Film) and SPAN 220 (Immigration through Film)

Dr. Beatriz Urrea holds a B.A. in Anthropology, M.A. in Comparative Literature, and Ph.D. in Spanish Literature. Her academic areas of interest are Spanish Golden Age literature, the writings of Spanish mystics, cultural studies, human rights, film and immigration. Of Cuban descent , she was born in Puerto Rico and has lived in her native country, Brazil, and Spain, as well as the U.S.

Currently Teaching

SPAN 251 – Intermediate Spanish

Combines all forms of language skills (speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension) with intermediate grammar.

SPAN 330 – Intermediate Conversation