Roberto Rey Agudo
|Roberto Rey Agudo|
Roberto Rey Agudo is the Language Program Director in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Dartmouth College and a Public Voices Fellow. His professional interests include languages and pedagogy, Spanish-speaking communities in the United States, educational policy, and educational technology.
Languages[edit | edit source]
Spanish, English, Portuguese, French.
Main projects[edit | edit source]
Luso-Hispanic Film Festival, Spanish 3 on MITx, Spanish in Boston. He has published OpEd pieces in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today and The Hill.
Education[edit | edit source]
Ph.D. Universidad Complutense
OpEd Pieces[edit | edit source]
Everyone Has An Accent
This is America: Speak whatever language you want
The 'English Only' nativist movement comes with a cost
Citizen with an asterisk
References[edit | edit source]
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