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Modern Languages and Literature

Marigen Lenrnard DelGadillo

M.A., University of New Hampshire
Instructor, Spanish

Can discuss: Spanish and English interpretation
Other: former New Hampshire court interpreter; formally trained in interpretation; owns a restaurant in Manchester.

Renee Delgado-Turner

Ph.D., Boston University
Lecturer, Spanish

Research interests: Cuban issues, biblical imagery and religion in literature, literature of the Mexican Revolution, contemporary Latin American literature and Latin American women writers; can discuss Hispanic issues.

Robert B. Perreault

M.A., French/New England Franco-American Studies, R.I. College
M.F.A., Creative Writing/Fiction, Southern N.H. University
Native Speaker, French

Specializes in:  history of Manchester, N.H., including mills, immigrant life and culture; culture of New England Franco-Americans, including history and literature. Most recently published Manchester 2005, an illustrated history of Manchester featuring vintage post cards.

John D'Espinosa

Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Associate Professor, French
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Can discuss: Medieval French literature, La Chanson de Roland, The Lais of Marie de France and the non-personal poems of Rutebeuf