Pau Cañigueral Batllosera, a native Spanish and Catalan speaker from Girona, Spain, started teaching at a college level in 2013, when he started his PhD at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Since he graduated, he has taught a wide array of subjects, from language to literature and from culture to translation, at the College of the Holy Cross and Boston College. His research focuses on the literary relationships among the Mediterranean literary traditions in the fifteenth century. He has published articles on the influence of Dante and Boccaccio in Catalan Medieval literature in La corónica and Modern Language Notes. As a translator, he has published Catalan translations of Oscar Wilde's The Decay of Lying and The critic as Artist.
Recent Courses in RLL
- CATA 21100 Llengua, societat i cultura I (Autumn 2021)
- CATA 21600/SPAN 21610 Catalan Culture and Society: Art, Music and Cinema (Winter 2022)
- CATA 23333/33333 Reading Catalan for Research Purposes (Winter 2022)
- SPAN 20200 Spanish Language, History, and Culture II (Autumn 2021)