Global Programs: Segovia, Spain | Faculty and Staff
Global Business, Language and Culture
Carmen Granda is currently a Lecturer at Amherst College and doctoral candidate at Brown University. Her dissertation focuses on embodiment and shame in Don Quixote. Her love for Cervantes and the Spanish culture has taken her to Spain, where she lived for two years. While in Madrid, she studied at the Universidad Complutense and completed a M.A. in Spanish literature with Middlebury College's School in Spain. In addition to traveling extensively around Spain, she has also spent significant time in Argentina. She has taught all levels of Spanish to high school students, undergraduates, and adults. From 2008-2013, she worked as a teacher and Assistant Spanish Director at Middlebury Monterey Language Academy, an intensive high school summer language immersion program. This will be her second summer working for Brown's Global Program in Segovia.
Elena Lledó Macau earned her PhD in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London with a focus on post-war abstraction in France. She has worked in galleries and museums in Europe and organized a number of art festivals and cultural events in Europe, and the US. She has lectured at RISD and published contemporary art criticism for over 15 years.
Cristina Otero holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish Philology and post-graduate Certificate from Universidad Completense de Madrid. She has taught Spanish for several years at the Oxford Intensive School of English.
Brooke Lamperd is from Perth, Western Australia, where she graduated with an Honours degree in History and English Literature. In 2010 she was awarded a graduate fellowship to begin the PhD program at Brown University. In 2012 she completed her Masters in History and passed comprehensive exams in Twentieth Century American History, American Legal History and Twentieth Century Africa. Since then Brooke has begun work on a dissertation project on American economic internationalism in the middle-decades of the twentieth century. This work combines her interests in twentieth century economic thought, the U.S. in the World, and the impact of the Second World War on American culture and politics. Her teaching experience includes classes in the History of Capitalism, the U.S. since the Second World War, and legal and cultural battles over gender and race in the twentieth century.