Born in Galicia, Francisco Prado-Vilar obtained his PhD in Art History at Harvard University. After having held significant academic posts at Princeton University, at the University of London, and at the Complutense ...
while being currently based in Harvard, he is now based in Harvard and serves as director of cultural and artistic projects of the Real Colegio Complutense (RCC) as well as scientific coordinator of the Santiago Cathedral Project of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Moreover, he also serves as a member of the European Heritage Seal Committee. Today he talks to us about the Hispanic legacy of Harvard University, along with the importance of such legacy to understand, in this day and age, this university.
Francisco tells us all about his relationship with Latin America and much more.
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