Puerto Rican and Latino Studies
Location: 1216 Boylan Hall
Antonio Nadal is deputy chairperson of the Department of Puerto Rican and Latino Studies and co-coordinator of the Caribbean Studies Program at Brooklyn College. His academic field is romance languages and literature. He also teaches graduate and undergraduate level courses for the Bilingual Teacher Education Program (Bilingualism, Methods and Approaches for ESL Instruction, Native Language Arts), Puerto Rican and Latino Literature in the U.S., Puerto Rican Music and Folklore. He earned a master's in secondary education and language instruction. He did doctoral work at the CUNY Graduate Center (ABD). Nadal was an evaluator for Special TRIO programs for the U.S. Office of Education and an evaluation consultant of Bilingual and ESL Programs for the Institute for Research and Professional Development. He is a professional translator (English-Spanish, Spanish-English) and member of the American Translators Association.