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Livosky, Isabel (Professor, Spanish School), July 24, 1996

Identifier: MOH126

Scope and Contents

1 interview with Isabel Livosky, Professor of Spanish at the Spanish School. Livosky discusses the language pledge; the kinds of people who attend SLS; SLS facilities; the Spanish courses that she teaches; importance of teaching culture; diversity among Spanish speaking countries; the relationship between Spain and Latin America; Spanish civil war; guest speakers; Afredo Ramon; Fernando Savater; why people learn Spanish; old students vs. young students; SLS alumni visiting Middlebury; what foreigners think about America; importance of study abroad; how foreign language instruction has evolved; use of technology; balance of Spanish and Latin American literature; assessment methods; Judith Liskin-Gasparro.


  • July 24, 1996

Language of Materials


Conditions Governing Access

Open for research without restriction.

Biographical / Historical

Isabel Livosky (-2011) served as a Professor of Spanish at the summer Spanish School for two decades, beginning in 1984.


From the Collection: 147+ Objects

Physical Location


Physical Description

1 audio cassette


Assigned identifier: a13aflshp1996-06

Repository Details

Part of the Middlebury College Special Collections & Archives Repository

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