An Interview with Adrian Althoff '04

Adrian   Althoff '04
Learning how to be faithful…and yet unfaithful.

Adrian Althoff '04 credits the College with encouraging him to take risks and pursue bold projects, including traveling to Bolivia to research his senior thesis, where he discovered the author whose work he now translates.

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Ilan Stavans, Lewis-Sebring Professor in Latin American and Latino Culture, is a widely published writer and translator, and one of most influential figures in Latino literature in the United States. At Amherst, he has taught courses on a wide array of topics such as Spanglish, Jorge Luis Borges, modern American poetry, Latin music, Don Quixote, Gabriel García Márquez, Modernismo, popular culture in Hispanic America, world Jewish writers, the cultural history of the Spanish language, Pablo Neruda, the history of the Spanish language, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Yiddish literature, Jewish-Hispanic relations, cinema, Latin American art, and U.S.-Latino culture.