Dr. Marta Cabrera is originally from Granada, but tries to travel the world as much as possible. After earning a degree in English and then in Spanish from the University of Granada, she moved to the United States to start her career as an instructor of Spanish language and culture while completing a Master´s degree in Foreign Language Teaching (University of Delaware) and later on, a Ph.D in Spanish and Cultural Studies at Rutgers University (NJ). Her research interests include the representations of Spanish identity and the impacts and implications of peripheral and state nationalisms in contemporary Spanish culture and identity. Dr. Cabrera returned to Granada a few years ago, where she has been involved in Study Abroad programs ever since. What she most loves about her job is being able to help and interact with students while witnessing their personal growth and language improvement.
Are you trying to decide where to study abroad this summer? Granada is the place for you! As a true Granadinian, I could give you lots of reasons to choose this unique city, but I’d rather let Stacie, a former Arcadia Granada student, speak to you… More
Are you ready for an exciting semester abroad? Granada and Spain are full of co-curricular opportunities, and Arcadia wants to offer you all the best! We have some excellent co-curricular activities planned for the spring. Take a look at what’s on offer… More
It is no secret that any true Granadinian will be an expert in tapas. And Arcadia students truly excel in this area! Not only do they know the city of the Alhambra and the best places to find delicious tapas (free food served with any drink at any bar… More
Granada and Spain are full of co-curricular opportunities, and Arcadia wants to offer you all the best! We have some excellent activities planned for the fall. Take a look at what’s on offer! Events are only open to Arcadia program participants. Please… More
PROGRAM: Arcadia Granada, Environmental Studies and Spanish HOME SCHOOL: Macalester College Last September, I received an email from former Arcadia Granada student Jordan Katz. The message had no text, but only a picture in which I could barely see Jordan… More