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Palmar Alvarez-Blanco

Broom Fellow for Public Scholarship

Professor of Spanish, Spanish

Education & Professional History

Universidad de Valladolid, Licenciada; University of Villanova, MA; University of Colorado (Boulder), PhD

Dr. Palmar Álvarez-Blanco is a professor at Carleton College, Minnesota. She is the co-founder and coordinator of the international association ALCESXXI, a space dedicated to critical, and public intervention in research, educational, and cultural areas threatened by capitalist interference.

As a cultural researcher, Palmar Álvarez-Blanco focuses on tracing the historical issues and crises inherent to the capitalist system, as well as on situated analysis and documentation of the transition towards a system based on the logic of the Commons. This work is captured in the cartography and living archive of The Commons Constellation (https://constelaciondeloscomunes.org).

 

 


At Carleton since 2006.

Current Courses

  • Fall 2023
    ARTH 232: Spanish Studies in Madrid Program: Spanish Art Live
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    OCP 634: CARLETON SPANISH SEM-MADRID
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    SPAN 213: Spanish Studies in Madrid Program: Pragmatics and Conversation in Context
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    SPAN 230: Spanish Studies in Madrid Program: Urban Transformation and Cultural Tensions in a Global City
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    SPAN 347: Spanish Studies in Madrid Program: Welcome to the Spanish Revolution. From the “Spanish Miracle” to the “Indignant Movement” (1940-2021)
  • Winter 2024
    SPAN 244: Spain Today: Recent Changes through Narrative and Film
  • Spring 2024
    PHIL 289: Death, Dying and Discussion
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    SPAN 290: Spanish Seminar in Madrid Program: Independent Reading
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    SPAN 391: Independent Study
  • Winter 2025
    SPAN 244: Spain Today: Recent Changes through Narrative and Film