CASA Center in Seville

Aula%20TRBCCASA-Sevilla has its own classroom and office located in downtown Seville, easily reachable by public transportation or on foot. The location is attractive and convenient, across the Guadalquivir River in the Remedios neighborhood. The University of Seville’s main campus is a fifteen-minute walk from the program’s classroom, and students can easily get between the two sites for classes. The program premises are located in the second floor (Segundo piso) of Torre de los Remedios Business Center (TRBC).


Avenida República Argentina 24, piso 2
41011 Sevilla


Seville Staff
Eva Infante Mora Director
Dr. Infante has been working for the program since 1997. She received a Master's degree from the University of Michigan and a Doctorate in Arabic Philology from the University of Seville. Among her responsibilities is to interface between CASA and the University of Seville — in particular with the Office of International Relations — and to supervise the planning and academic coordination of the program.

Luisa Álvarez-Ossorio Piñero Program Coordinator
Luisa has been working for the program since 1997. She has a degree in American History from the University of Seville. She is responsible for administrative and logistical issues such as student accommodation.

Bartolomé Miranda Díaz Cultural Mentor
Barto possesses a Doctorate in History and Bachelor of Art History from the University of Seville. He is responsible for the management and organization of all cultural activities (visits, trips, etc.), and teaches and tutors for the module, "Tourism, ethnography, religión and power."

Visiting Professor
This is a rotating position among professors from Cornell University and The University of Pennsylvania. The visiting professor not only teaches a class at CASA-Sevilla, but also advises the students and contributes to the dynamics of the program. The visiting professor also serves as a liaison between students' home universities and the University of Seville.