Chile Revealed with Professor of Hispanic Studies Freddy Vilches
We have begun planning an extraordinary Pioneer Travel adventure to Chile. We hope you will consider traveling with us!
Trip Length: 10-12 days
Group Size: 18 - 24
Faculty Leader: Freddy Vilches, Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies
Freddy Vilches joined the faculty of Lewis & Clark College as Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies in 2006. He received his PhD in Romance Languages at the University of Oregon, specializing in Latin American Literature of the 20th and 21st Centuries. His principal research interests include Southern Cone literature, connections between literature and popular culture, Latin American testimonial writing, and detective fiction. His teaching experience covers all levels of language instruction and Latin American Literature, as well as an interdisciplinary course on Music in Latin American Cultures. He has published articles on Latin American poetry and fiction. Currently, he is working on a manuscript on the use of poetry in the Chilean New Song Movement, and articles on the Chilean and Latin American detective novel.
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