Modern Foreign Languages and Literature Professor wins Costa Rica's equivalent of the Pulitzer
Loyola press release - May 2, 2005
Assistant Professor of Spanish Uriel Quesada was awarded the prestigious National Áncora Prize in Literature 2003-2004 for his book Lejos, tan lejos, a collection of short stories. The award was presented by the newspaper La Nación in March in
Quesada fields of research include Central American and
He received a doctorate from
Also, Rachelle Washington, a major in modern foreign languages and literature, won a scholarship for study abroad by the National Spanish Society. She published and article about her experience in the society's (national) journal, Entre Nosotros (Spring 2005).