Kevin Poole, Assistant Professor of Spanish

Previous Episodes


May 13, 2015
Guest: Julia Stephens, Assistant Professor of History
Subject: Governing Islam: Law and Secularism in Colonial South Asia


May 6, 2015
Guest: Margaret Peters, Assistant Professor of Political Science
Subject: Immigration in the era of globalization.


April 29, 2015
Guest: David Jackson, Professor of Portuguese
Subject: Machado de Assis: A Literary Life


Archive: April 8, 2015
Guest: Michael Reed-Hurtado, Coca-Cola World Fund Faculty Fellow at Yale
Subject: Transitional justice in Colombia


April 1, 2015
Guest: Emma Sky, Jackson Institute Senior Fellow
Subject: The Unraveling: High Hopes and Missed Opportunities in Iraq



Episode: May 20, 2015


Professor Poole's areas of research and teaching include medieval Iberian history and literature, medieval Christian theology; religion in literature and the visual arts; and the history of Latin and the romance languages.

We talk with Professor Poole about his new book, The Chronicle of Pseudo-Turpin.

Learn more about Kevin Poole.