Marcos Del Cogliano is a specialist Spanish Teacher with over 12 years’ experience of international curricula at leading schools in New York. A native of Argentina, his own study of foreign languages prompted him to become immersed into American culture. It was during his graduate studies, first at Stony Brook and later at NYU, that he began to foster his vocation as an educator, teaching more than thirty classes across the Spanish curriculum, from elementary to advanced courses. Marcos became a dynamic educational leader and a qualified and innovative advocate of integrating technology into education.
He holds a PhD in Spanish from New York University. His research interests include modern Latin American arts, film, literature, architecture and material culture.
In parallel to his work as a researcher and educator, Marcos developed a career as a journalist and managing editor. Since 2013, he has collaborated with Panamá Revista, Vice Mexico and Rolling Stone (among other magazines), where he published reviews on literature and culture. Also, Marcos worked as managing editor of emisférica.net(the Hemispheric Institute’s peer-reviewed scholarly journal), and participate in a project of compiling and translating texts on contemporary black activism in the United States, which was recently published in Argentina as Nuevo activismo negro. Finally, Marcos loves playing music (especially cello), playing soccer, traveling, cooking, and learning about other cultures.
New York University (2011-2018) Ph.D. Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures
Dissertation: “Subjetividades (in)dóciles: representaciones culturales de los trabajadores argentinos en la primera mitad del siglo veinte” (under the guidance of Gabriel Giorgi).
Stony Brook University (2009-2011). Masters. Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature.
University of Buenos Aires (2000-2006) B.A. Major: Literature