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Spanish language educator

John Baptist Margenot, Spanish language educator. Research Foundation fellow, University Connecticut, 1985, predoctoral fellow, 1983-1986, summer fellow, 1983, 84, 85.

Background

Margenot, John Baptist was born on May 1, 1956.

Education

Bachelor in Spanish, University Connecticut, 1979. Master of Arts, University Connecticut, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy in Spanish Literature, University Connecticut, 1986.

Career

Tutor in elementary English, Sevilla, Spain, 1979-1980. Teaching assistant University Connecticut, 1981-1986, co-director language laboratory, 1984, 85. Assistant professor Kent (Ohio) State University, 1986-1990, Providence (Rhode Island) College, 1990-1992, associate professor Spanish and prose, since 1992.

Presenter conferences in field. Judge Council Language Teachers Foreign Language Poetry Recitation Cont., 1984-1986, Connecticut. Translator symposium presented by Center for Latin American Studies, University Connecticut, 1986.

Participant in educational testing service, Pennsylvania State oral proficiency testing workshop, 1986, numerous others.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Zonas y sombras: aproximaciones a Regíon de Juan Benet, 1991. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals, book reviews to professional publications.

Membership

Member American Association of University Professors, American Association Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Northeast Modern Language Association, Rhode Island Foreign Language Association, Spanish Professionals in American, Twentieth Century Spanish Association American, Sigma Delta Pi.