Rosemary Sands

Rosemary Sands es directora del Centro de Estudios Premonstratenses y profesora asistente en St. Norbert College (De Pere, WI). Se doctoró por Middlebury College (español/italiano) y obtuvo maestrías en español (Middlebury College) e italiano (Universidad de Wisconsin-Madison). Ha impartido cursos de español e italiano en la Universidad de Wisconsin-Madison, en la Universidad de Wisconsin-Green Bay, en St. Norbert College, y en el Mediterranean Center for Arts & Sciences en Ortigia (Italia). Sus intereses académicos y investigaciones se centran en el monacato medieval, la historia de los premonstratenses (una orden religiosa medieval que está para celebrar el 900 aniversario desde su fundación en Francia en 1121), y, en concreto, la historia de la orden en España. Le encanta cocinar y viajar por España, y el verano pasado (2019) hizo un tramo del Camino de Santiago (Astorga a Santiago) con un grupo de estudiantes. Pasa todo el tiempo que pueda en España haciendo investigación en antiguos monasterios premonstratenses. 

Rosemary Sands is the Director of the Center for Norbertine Studies and an assistant professor at St. Norbert College (De Pere, WI). She received her doctorate from Middlebury College (Spanish/Italian), and earned an MA in Spanish (Middlebury College) and an MA in Italian Literature (University of Wisconsin-Madison). She has taught Spanish and Italian at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, St. Norbert College, and the Mediterranean Center for Arts & Sciences in Ortigia (Italy). Her academic interests and research focus on medieval monasticism, the history of the Premonstratensians (a medieval religious order that is about to celebrate its 900th anniversary since its founding in France in 1121), and specifically, the history of the Norbertine order in Spain. She loves to cook and to travel throughout Spain, and last summer (2019) she completed a stretch of the Camino de Santiago (Astorga to Santiago) with a group of students. She spends as much time as possible in Spain conducting research in former Norbertine monasteries.

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