C. Alicia Ingram Shade
Teaching Assistant Professor of Spanish
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At UNC since 2007
Ph.D. in Hispanic Literature, UNC-Chapel Hill, August 2007.
M.A. in Hispanic Literature, UNC-Chapel Hill, Fall 2004.
Bachelors in Spanish, College of Charleston, May 2001.
Bachelors in Education (K-8), College of Charleston, May 2001.
Alicia Shade loves to teach beginning Spanish and getting students excited about learning such a beautiful language. She is passionate about teaching and she loves getting to know her students, and is currently very interested in second language acquisition among very young learners. Her dissertation, directed by Dr. Juan Carlos González Espitia, was entitled “Correspondencias: The Intertwining Letters, Lives, and Literature of Jorge Carrera Andrade and Pablo Neruda.”