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October 1, 2013
 
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Languages of Memory: Gladys Nussenbaum

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Gladys Nussenbuam graduated from Adelphi in 1950, studying Spanish with Professor Ruth Richardson.

A good friend of Robert G. Hartmann who went on to study Spanish in Middlebury’s illustrious program, Dr. Nussenbaum has graciously shared a few images from over half a century ago.

With Joaquín Casalduerio, critic of Spanish Literature and Federico Garcia Lorca’s brother, Francisco. August 1948

With Joaquín Casalduerio, critic of Spanish Literature and Federico Garcia Lorca’s brother, Francisco. – August 1948

In Middlebury, VT, July 1949

In Middlebury, VT -July 1949

With Spanish scholar Luis Baralt 1949

With Spanish scholar Luis Baralt – 1949

With Américo Castro, prominent Spanish literature critic 1949

With Américo Castro, prominent Spanish literature critic -1949

This piece appeared in the Language, Literatures and Cultures Newsletter Fall 2013 edition.

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