Nuria Alonso Garcia
Feinstein Academic Center 315
Ph.D. - Universidad de Educacíon a Distancia (U.N.E.D.)
Area(s) of Expertise:
Spanish language, pedagogy of foreign language, teaching English as a foreign language, linguistics,
Longo, N. Alonso Garcia, N. (2017) Doing More with Less: Civic Practices for Longer-Term Impact in Global-Service Learning. Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad.(XXIX), 35-50.
Longo, N. Alonso Garcia, N. (2016) . (6), Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement
Alonso Garcia, N. Caplan, A. , . (2014) "Reading the World’s Classics Critically: A Keyword-Based Approach to Literary Analysis in Foreign Language Studies". Critical Inquiry in Language Studies.(11), 100-120.
Alonso Garcia, N. Chelminski, P. González Hernández, E. (2013) The effects of language on attitudes toward advertisements and brands trust in Mexico. Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising.(34), 77-92.
Alonso Garcia, N. Global Conference on Storytelling. , Lisbon, Portugal - "Paper: Community Voices: Stories of Peace and Justice. How to Integrate Meaningful Local and International Partnerships" May, 2014
Alonso Garcia, N. Cross Cultural Research Conference. , Antigua, Guatemala - "Paper: Market Mavens: Wordly Wise or Locally Focused?" December, 2013
Alonso Garcia, N. Digital Humanities Conference. , Hamburg, Germany - "Developing Transcultural Competence in the Study of World Literatures: Golden Age Literature Glossary Online (GALGO)" July, 2013
Alonso Garcia, N. Public Libraries Network. , Asturias & Alicante, Spain - "Presentation: Series of Workshops on Bilingualism and Multiculturality & Book Reading" May, 2012
Alonso Garcia, N. Wordstock Festival. , Portland, OR - "Workshop: Fostering Multicultural Awareness in the Classroom: Celebrating the Value of Diversity and the Power of Language" October, 2011
Alonso Garcia, N. Haberle, C. Challenge Your Mind: Think Leadership! Conference. Providence College, - "Technology Matters: You, Your Online Image, Your Career. Presenting Yourself Through the Use of Technology" April, 2006