Adjunct Professor of Spanish Carmen Gregory joined the Stonehill College community in 2012. Previously, she taught Spanish to middle schoolers at Saint John the Evangelist School in Canton, Massachusetts. She has lived in both Spain and Italy. She has received certificates in Spanish and Italian studies from prestigious universities such as Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo and Universitá di Firenze. She also attended art school in Florence for six months. 

Her research interests include Federico García Lorca's trilogy: Bodas de sangre, Yerma, and La casa de Bernarda Alba, and the possible connection with his personal life.

Gregory is a member of the Board of Directors for ALDEEU (Asociación de Licenciados y Doctores Españoles en los Estados Unidos).


  • Doctoral Candidate, Spanish & Italian, Middlebury College
  • M.A., Spanish Language & Literature, Middlebury College
  • B.A., Spanish, Italian & Fine Arts, Stonehill College

Languages Spoken

  • Native Fluency: Spanish, Italian, English
  • Basic Knowledge and Intermediate Comprehension: Italian Dialects 

Courses Taught

  • First Semester Spanish
  • Second Semester Spanish
  • Elementary Spanish I and II
  • Advanced Spanish I and II

Publications & Presentations

  • Los motivos de la sangre en Yerma de Federico García Lorca" in Actas Seleccionadas del XL Congreso Internacional de ALDEUU (Selected Proceedings) Madrid, Spain, December 2021
  • Conference Presentations: "Los motivos de la sangre en Yerma de Federico Garc√≠a Lorca" at XL Congreso¬†Internacional de ALDEUU (Spanish Professionals in America) Madrid, Spain, July 5, 2021.