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Natalya I. Stolova

Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures

B.A. Clark University, May 1996
M.A. University Of Pennsylvania, May 1998
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, May 2003

Office: 218 Lawrence
Phone: 315-228-7089
Email: nstolova@mail.colgate.edu

Courses Taught: Intermediate Spanish: Language and Literature, Advanced Composition and Stylistics, Spanish Literature: Knights and Troubadours in Medieval Spain; Spanish as a Global Language

Professional and Administrative Activities: Assistant to the Editors, Hispanic Review. 1998-2002

Teaching Specialties: History of the Spanish Language, Spanish Dialectology, Romance Philology, Spanish Medieval Literature

Distinctions: Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, 2001-2002; University Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, 2000-2001; Andrew W. Mellon Summer Research Award, University of Pennsylvania, 1998; Highest Honors in Spanish, Clark University, 1996; Theodore & Phyllis Barbera Award for Excellence in Spanish, Clark University, 1996; Highest Scholarship, St. Petersburg University, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1992

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