The Spanish Language Program: Digital Storytelling
The Spanish Language Program's Digital Storytelling Project pairs students concurrently enrolled in any 100-level Spanlang course with a Spanish-speaking Stanford worker to co-create digital stories about the worker's lived experiences. Students interested in this program enroll in Spanlang 199SL, Directed Service Learning, earning credit for a Cardinal Course (certified by the Haas Center) while gaining valuable insights into the important contributions and rich life experiences of Stanford workers. Workers, in turn, co-create digital stories to share with their families or to feature on this page, according to each worker's individual preference.
For further information, contact the instructor, Spanish Language Program Coordinator, alimiano [at] stanford.edu (Ali Miano).
Digital Story Collection
Angel and Carra (Winter 2017)
Ángel tells stories of his early life in rural Mexico.
Angel and Elise (Spring 2017)
This podcast focuses on Ángel's poltical activism as a youth in Mexico.
Eduardo and Christopher (Fall 2017)
In this podcast, we learn how Eduardo used life lessons to help others and work for the common good.
Eduardo and Analaura (Winter 2019)
This moving podcast explores the tribulations and triumphs of Eduardo's life.
José and Sawyer (Winter 2017)
In this podcast, Sawyer sees José's life as an adventure.
José and Shannon (Spring 2017)
This podcast looks at José's life through the prism of family.
José and Harmony (Fall 2017)
José talks about his early experiences upon immigrating to the United States.
José and Emily (Fall 2018)
This podcast focuses on José's long-distance relationship with his family.
Doroteo and Alex (Winter 2019)
This podcast explores the myth of the "American dream" as it details Doroteo's activism for affordable housing. The podcast concludes with a poem by Doroteo.
Inmar and Anna (Spring 2017)
Don Inmar talks about having to leave El Salvador during the Civil War as well as his work as a union leader in the U.S.