Carl Robert Mentley

Carl R. Mentley

Professor of Spanish, Director of Study Abroad
Ph.D., Cornell University (1992)
M.A., Michigan State University (1983)
A.B., Michigan State University (1980)
A.B., Michigan State University (1980)



CLASSES TAUGHT
Course Num Course Title
ESL-102 Beginning Speaking & Listening
ESL-122 Intrmd Speaking & Listening
HONS-210 Honors Travel Laboratory
HONS-389 Directed Independent Study
HONS-390 The Age of Pilgrimage
HP-111 Intern'l Issues in Arts/Humani
IDSA-300 IDS Studies Away - Winchester
IDSA-301 Study Abroad - Ireland
SPAN-101 Elementary Spanish
SPAN-102 Elementary Spanish
SPAN-201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN-202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN-212 Intermediate Spanish
SPAN-280 A Taste of Spain
SPAN-280 Writing Workshop
SPAN-305 Spanish Grammar/Composition
SPAN-306 Spanish-American Civilization
SPAN-307 Spanish Civilization
SPAN-308 Hispanic Civilizations
SPAN-314 Survey of Spanish Literature
SPAN-380 La Iglesia bajo Franco
SPAN-380 Senior Research
SPAN-403 Investigacion de Grammatica
SPAN-480 Contemporary Spanish Society
SPAN-480 Cultura Gastronoica Espanola
SPAN-480 Hispanic Cultures
SPAN-490 Internship in Spanish
SPAN-499 Senior Project

CHAPTERS, CASES, READINGS, SUPPLEMENTS
  • Whose Camino Is It? (Re)defining Europe on the Saint James Pilgrimage. The Camino de Santiago in the 21st Century: Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Global Views. New York: Routledge. (2015: 57-77)

PROCEEDINGS - Not Refereed (Full Paper)

  • Mesa Redonda sobre Multiculturalidad (Round Table on Multiculturalism) in IX Congreso Internacional de Asociaciones Jacobeas. (2012)

PRESENTATIONS
  • Preparing for the Plunge: The Preliminary Travel Laboratory. 65th Annual Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference. Charleston, South Carolina. (October, 2015)
  • The Albergue Tradicional y Altruista versus the Albergue como Negocio: How the Profit Motive Affects Hospitality and the Camino Experience. 2015 Symposium on Pilgrimage Studies. Williamsburg, Virginia. (October, 2015)
  • Doing Pilgrimage Studies: From the Classroom to the Camino and Back. 2015 Symposium on Pilgrimage Studies. Williamsburg, Virginia. (October, 2015)
  • Workshop for Study Tour Leaders. Lander's Faculty Expo. Greenwood, South Carolina. (August, 2015)
  • Intro to Faculty Led Study Tours. Lander's Faculty Expo. Greenwood, South Carolina. (August, 2015)
  • Are You a REAL Pilgrim? Veneranda dies in the Middle Ages and Today. American Pilgrims on the Camino Annual Meeting. Menlo Park, California. (March, 2015)
  • Camino Portugués of the Vía de la Plata. American Pilgrims on the Camino Annual Meeting. Menlo Park, California. (2015)
  • Fierce Places: Camino Primitivo. American Pilgrims on the Camino Annual Meeting. St. Louis, Missouri. (March, 2014)
  • The Cult of Authenticity on the Camino de Santiago. 2013 Symposium on Pilgrimage Studies. Williamsburg, Virginia. (October, 2013)
  • Reinventing the Cultural Tour to Promote Interaction with the 'Other' on the Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Association of Academic Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean Annual Conference. Raleigh, North Carolina. (February, 2013)
  • Whose Camino Is It? The Church Redefines Europe on the Camino de Santiago. 2012 Symposium on Pilgrimage Studies. Williamsburg, Virginia. (October, 2012)
  • Mesa redonda sobre multiculturalidad. IX Congreso Internacional de Asociaciones Jacobeas. Valencia, Spain. (October, 2011)
CREATIVE WORKS & ACTIVITIES
  • 'The Chemin de Saint-Jacques de Compostelle and its World Heritage Sites' slideshow. (Other Creative Activities). March, South Carolina, Charleston 2011.