Burgess Professor of Romance Languages Emeritus and Senior Lecturer in Hispanic StudiesBurke Library 304
Jeremy Medina was long-time director of the Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain program. He is co-founder of the Summer Institute of Hispanic Studies. He held the position of director-in-residence in Madrid eight times. In addition to courses on Spanish language, literature and civilization, Medina is also responsible for Hamilton's offerings on Spanish art. He wrote The "Psychological" Novels of Vicente Blasco Ibanez; and Introduction to Spanish Literature: an Analytical Approach, among other works. He earned his doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania, served twice as chair of the department of Romance Languages and Literature. He retired in 2007.
Appointed to the Faculty: 1968
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
A.M., Middlebury College
A.B., Princeton University