Jun 15, 2018
I chose to understand and connect with the members of the new community in Madrid, Spain through audio documentary, recording a number of conversations with Spaniards about salient political issues, social norms, and even bilingual education.
During the Berlin Seminar 2018 I talked about my "audio journey" through Spain which has served as a means of getting to know Spaniards wherever I go and exchanging ideas in a thoughtful manner, thus upholding the Fulbright commitment to community engagement and cultural ambassadorship.
McCall is a 2017-2018 grantee working as an English Teaching Assistant at the Universidad Camilo José Cela in Madrid, Spain. McCall graduated from Duke University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in International Comparative Studies and a Minor in Global Health, with a special emphasis on Latin American affairs. In addition to assistant teaching at the Universidad Camilo José Cela this past year, McCall co-founded the school’s International Club, planning events that draw attention to important social issues worldwide. A couple of her favorite events include a Seder meal highlighting global displacement and refugee rights and a Valentine’s Day celebration in which the proceeds from a bake sale were sent to the American organization Black Lives Matter.