Camila Bari de López

Associate Professor of Spanish

Researcher at the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh

Ph.D. in Spanish, University at Albany, SUNY, 1997

Camila B. López teaches courses on Latin American culture, literature and on the Spanish language at all levels and for specific purposes. Her main research interest at this moment is focused on the Andean cultures and on historical novels dealing with the history and ethnic / urban structure of Latin American society. She has presented and published articles on gender imaginary, urban-social structure, and Latin American identity.

Office: Thompson Clark 421

Campus extension: x7258

E-mail address:


Spring 2012 Schedule

  • Office Hours: MF11:30am-12:30pm, and by appointment.
  • SPA 201-02: Intermediate Spanish I. MWF10:30-11:30am, OM 308.
  • SPA 201-06: Intermediate Spanish I. MWF 2:00-3:00pm, OM 311.
  • SPA 352: Culture of Latin America. TR 2:00-3:30pm, TC 314.
  • SPA 404 : Hispanic American Short Story. TR 11:00am-12:30pm, TC 315.


Other information:

Señora is the coordinator for Westminster College's branch of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Spanish Honorary Society. She has traveled to Argentina with Westminster students to teach summer courses there, and is planning a Spring 2010 travel course to Chile clustered with environmental studies.

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Camila enjoys outdoor walking and hiking. Her children and grandchildren live in Argentina and Chile and she crosses the Andean mountains every time she visits them with her husband, who is an artist and professor at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.