History Department
History Department

Nathan Stone


MA English, UT Austin

Nathan Stone

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Interests


Modern Latin America, Cultural History, Dictatorship and The Disappeared in Chile, Surviving indigenous communities in the Amazon, the phenomenon of the "company town" in remote areas of Latin America

Biography


Texas born and raised, I spent most of my adult life in Chile, Uruguay and Brazil, teaching and writing, when I found the time.  Now, back home to complete the circle, but I miss it.  

Courses


SPN 601D • First-Year Spanish I

44235 • Fall 2019
Meets MWF 4:00PM-6:00PM MEZ 1.208

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (simple present and past tenses, pronouns, adjectives), communication and interactional competence (complimenting, thanking, requesting, giving opinions), and metalinguistic competence (parts of speech, sociolinguistic cues, dialectal differences).

SPN 601D • First-Year Spanish I

44970 • Spring 2019
Meets MWF 12:00PM-2:00PM MEZ 1.210

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (simple present and past tenses, pronouns, adjectives), communication and interactional competence (complimenting, thanking, requesting, giving opinions), and metalinguistic competence (parts of speech, sociolinguistic cues, dialectal differences).

SPN 601D • First-Year Spanish I

45485 • Fall 2018
Meets MWF 4:00PM-6:00PM BEN 1.102

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (simple present and past tenses, pronouns, adjectives), communication and interactional competence (complimenting, thanking, requesting, giving opinions), and metalinguistic competence (parts of speech, sociolinguistic cues, dialectal differences).

SPN 601D • First-Year Spanish I

45685 • Spring 2018
Meets MWF 2:00PM-4:00PM BEN 1.102

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (simple present and past tenses, pronouns, adjectives), communication and interactional competence (complimenting, thanking, requesting, giving opinions), and metalinguistic competence (parts of speech, sociolinguistic cues, dialectal differences).

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