Dr. Mauricio Nava
Associate Professor of Language & CultureYear Started at GU: 2014
Office: La Casa Cultural
Email: [email protected]
Areas of Responsibility:
Teach Spanish and French courses. Coordinate the Spanish program. Advise students majoring and minoring in Spanish and French. Collaborate with colleagues in the Dept. of LLC.
Born and raised in Mexico City up to college age. Born in historical town of Mixiuca, a town near Mexico City with a proud Aztec heritage, near a chapel ordered built by Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés. During the summers he lives in Mexico City area with his two children, Emmanuel and Elisa and wife Faith Marie while serving on United World Mission's Avance ministry. Extensive travel on academic and mission trips to various countries. Loves being with family and friends, outdoors, meeting new people and encountering different cultures, biking, camping, fishing, nature walks. He especially loves to evangelize among Latinos, and share the good news that Jesus Christ is the only Lord and Savior who died for our sins.
SPN 101, FRN 101, SPN 370.
Publications and Presentations
• "Viviendo y reviviendo el pasado" Avance Spanish Language Educators Conference, July, 2014, Mexico City.
• "El balance entre el Enfoque Comunicativo y el TPR" Avance Spanish Language Educators Conference, July, 2014, Mexico City.
• “La lírica urbana y folklórica como huella de la literatura popular mexicana,” at the Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Cartagena, Colombia, March 2014.
• "Eneseñando el modo verbal subjuntivo a estudiantes de español como segunda lengua," Avance Spanish Language Educators Conference, July, 2013, Mexico City.
• "Las diferencias en los tiempos verbales en pasado para estudiantes de español como segunda lengua." Avance Spanish Language Educators Conference, July, 2013, Mexico City.
• "Pedagogía del idioma español como segunda lengua." Avance Spanish Language Educators Conference, July, 2013, Mexico City.
• “Juan Rulfo y Elena Poniatowska, una vislumbre de género a la literatura mexicana,” at the Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Santo Domingo, República Dominicana, March 2013.
• (2014, January). School Climate and the Relationship to Student Learning of Hispanic 10th Grade Students in Arizona Schools. Journal of Arts and Humanities (JAH). 3(01).
• (2012, December). Visiting Spanish Professor. Frontline Focus. 42(02).
Int. Congress of Spanish Literature.
Sigma Delta Pi, National Spanish Honor Society.
Home Schooling Association