Burgess Professor of Romance Languages Emeritus and Senior Lecturer in Hispanic Studies
Jeremy Medina was founder and long-time general director of the Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain program and held the yearly position of director-in-residence in Madrid eight times. He was also co-founder of the Summer Institute of Hispanic Studies in León. In addition to courses on Spanish language, literature and civilization, Medina was also responsible for Hamilton's offerings on Spanish art. His books include The “Valencian Novels of Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, Introduction to Spanish Literature: an Analytical Approach, and Spanish Realism: the Theory and Practice of a Concept in the Nineteenth Century, among others. His published articles include studies on Miguel de Cervantes, Fernando de Herrera, Luis de Alarcón, Benito Pérez Galdós, Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, Emilia Pardo Bazán, Antonio Buero Vallejo and Leopoldo Alas (Clarín). Medina retired in 2008.
Appointed to the Faculty1968
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
A.M., Middlebury College
A.B., Princeton University