Eduardo Negueruela-Azarola holds a PhD in Applied Linguistics and Spanish from the Pennsylvania State University, and MA in TESOL and Spanish from West Virginia University.
His scholarship focuses on Second Language Teaching, Learning, and Testing from a Sociocultural Psychology perspective. His publication centers on participatory action research methodologies for SLA, concepts as transformative tools for thinking and communicating, creativity and development, storytelling in L2 learning and L2 teacher professional development. He has directed several doctoral dissertations on these topics.
Before coming to Princeton, he directed ILCE Universidad de Navarra (Spain) and its MA program in Spanish L2 Teaching for 7 years. He was director of the Spanish Language program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst for 3 years, and director of the Spanish Language Program at the University of Miami for 10 years.
As an invited professor, he has taught graduate seminars at Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil), Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain), Aarhus University (Denmark), Middlebury College (USA), St. Michael's College (USA), Rutgers University Camden (USA), and Instituto Cervantes (Spain).