In February Professor Marta Pérez Carbonell organized a Saturday trip to New York City with her Intermediate Spanish class (Spanish 202). The itinerary included a visit to the Museo del Barrio, the city’s famed Latino cultural institution, where the class enjoyed a Carnival celebration and viewed the museum’s current art exhibits. The evening included a tapas dinner with Spanish delicacies such as fideuá, gambas al ajillo, pulpo a la gallega and everyone’s favorites–croquetas!—followed by a flamenco show. Reports Professor Pérez Carbonell: “The balmy evening helped us all feel like we really were in Andalucía!”
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Professor Pérez Carbonell visits New York City with Intermediate Spanish classBy Department of Romance Languages and Literatures on March 6, 2017
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