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Beatriz Pariente-Beltran

Beatriz Pariente-Beltran

Education & Professional History

University of Valladolid (Spain), BA; University of Massachusetts (Amherst), MA, PhD.

At Carleton since 2010.

Courses Taught This Year

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Spanish

(PhD in Hispanic Linguistics from University of Massachusetts-Amherst). She currently teaches elementary and intermediate language courses. In the past, she has also taught linguistics courses such as Spanish Phonetics, Advanced Grammar, Conversation and Composition. Her research focuses on the implementation of translation in the second language classroom.

She collaborates with Hermeneus (Journal of Translation and Interpreting by the Universidad de Valladolid, Spain), where she has published translations on Sub Saharan African literature such La rosa de la mujer by Olive Schreiner (in collaboration with other translators), and Una tragedia africana by R.R.R.Dholomo. She has collaborated with Pearson Education Publishing on the development of feedback questions for online materials.

In her free time she enjoys cooking, horseback riding and playing the piano.

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