World Languages and Cultures
Professor Karina Jeronimides Krilla was born in South America but was raised in Italy and France. She speaks five languages fluently and has lived and studied in Europe, South America and the United States. She obtained a PhD In French from Yale University, and wrote her dissertation on the epistolary novel and the influences of the theatre. She believes in interdisciplinary education and likes to integrate philosophy, art, music and politics to her literature and language courses. She is also interested in the uses of technology in the acquisition of Foreign Languages and in phonetics.
Languages spoken: French, English, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian
BA in Comparative Literature (French and Brazilian) from the university of Illinois (Bronze Tablet); MA in French from Yale University; M Phil in French from Yale University; Doctorate in French from Yale University
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