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adab
Wednesday 18th of June 2008 05:12:21 AM
comparative literature and grammar: Hello Everyone,

I'm going to be learning spanish soon. In fact I'm starting tonight! I am also taking Russian, and will be taking Hebrew in the near future. I plan on going to grad school for comparative literature. My questions are: Is anyone here familiar with the work done in either Peninsular or Latin American literature in the field of comparative literature? If so, we must talk.

Also, would I, a white american, be able to find a teaching position in either Spain or Latin America at the university level if I become fluent in Spanish? Is it common to see an U.S. citizen teaching in Spain or in Latin American universities?

Also, does anyone know of a really good Spanish grammar book?


Avaldi
Friday 20th of June 2008 02:07:20 AM
Hola adab, bienvenido al foro de espaƱol!
Hello adab, welcome to the Spanish forum! :)
Feel free to ask whatever you want to know about Spain/Spanish language =)

I can help you with that question ->

Is it common to see an U.S. citizen teaching in Spain or in Latin American universities?

Here it's common to see UK citizens teaching English Philology in Spain, but not US citizens ;)

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