Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Courses Taught

I teach all levels of the language and an occasional culture course on Medieval literature and culture.

Research Interests

My research interests focus on Medieval Iberia.


I have authored Dreams in the Western Literary Tradition with Special Reference to Medieval Spain: A Method for Interpreting Oneiric Texts (E. Mellen Press, 2006) and have published book reviews, articles, and electronic transcriptions of La Celestina (Barcelona 1525) and The Crónica Particular del Cid (1512).

Gabriela Cerghedean

Adjunct Associate Professor of Modern Languages & Literatures (Spanish)

 Email:  Phone: 608-363-2086  Office: Room 3A (basement), World Affairs Center

I teach a variety of Spanish language, culture, and literature courses, while my research focuses on the Medieval Mediterranean and, specifically, al-Andalus.

I was born in Romania’s Transylvania, but call Madison, WI my home. As often as possible, I like to share my interest in travel and learning about other cultures with my students. As an example, in the summer of 2022, I co-directed the Spain Global Experience Seminar, one of the many great study abroad opportunities offered at Beloit College.

Teaching at Beloit College has been an amazing experience! What I cherish most are building strong relationships with my students and supporting and encouraging them in their both while at Beloit and as they plan for their futures. I try make sure that every student I work with will have a wonderful, successful, and unforgettable experience at Beloit College.

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