Teaching Fellow, Spanish
401 McMahon Hall
The Catholic University of America
Washington, DC 20064
Phone: 202-319-5240 or 6541
Alejandro was born and raised in Cádiz, Spain but finished high school in Kingston, TN. Back in Spain, Alejandro studied at the Universidad de Granada and graduated with degrees in Law (2000) and Political Science (2003). He also started a third degree (Philosophy), with a special interest in the history of political thought, a passion that drives his academic journey. He lived and worked abroad starting with Aarhus, Denmark (1999-2000) and then Edinburgh, Scotland (2003-2005). Alejandro loves languages and currently dedicates his free time to studying German.
He has enrolled in the M.A. in Hispanic Literatures in Cultures at the Catholic University of America, where he also teaches Spanish as a Teaching Fellow within the Modern Languages and Literatures Department.