Dr. Arturo Dávila-Sánchez
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Arturo Davila Sanchez is Chair of the Department of Modern Languages and Professor of Spanish and Mexican-Latin American Studies at Laney College, Oakland.
He received his Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literature at UC-Berkeley; an M.A. in Spanish Literature at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and a B.A. in Communications at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico.
He is poet laureate in Mexico and Spain where he was awarded three international prizes for the following collections: La ciudad dormida (National Prize “Sor Juana Inės de la Cruz,” Mexico, 1995); Catulinarias (International Prize “Antonio Machado,” Baeza, Spain, 1998); and, Poemas para ser leíos en el Metro (International Prize “Juan Ramón Jimėnez,” Huelva, Spain, 2003). He has recently published for the Mexican magazine nexos:
Lawrence Ferlinghetti: cien años y cuatro poemas
s applying for political asylum.
Dr. Juan Calvo
¡Hola! ¿Qué tal? Me llamo Juan Calvo.
I was born in south Spain (Córdoba). My family moved to Barcelona when I was nine, so I learned some Catalán. At twenty-six I moved to the states. I when to SFSU and got my BA an MA in Spanish; then I went to UC Davis to do my Ph.D. I love Spanish language and literature and I would like to teach you as much as possible about Spain and Latin American culture, language, civilization, and literature. I always emphasize conversation in all my classes. ¿Listo? ¡Nos vemos en clase!
Mr. Calvo is involved in Professional Development Workshop. He also participates in Pacific Resources of SF, a not for profit organization promoting personal growth. In his leisure time, he enjoys: outdoors: camping, traveling, swimming, walking, nature, restaurants; indoors: meditation, music, reading, opera, movies, cooking.