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  Oct 23, 2017
 
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog 
  
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog

Latin American and Iberian Studies


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Faculty

Susana Domingo Amestoy, PhD, University of Illinois Chicago

  • Hispanic Film
  • Transatlantic Studies
  • Contemporary Peninsular and Southern Cone Literature

Patricia Anderson, PhD, Boston College

  • Medieval Castilian Literature
  • Ideological and Social Complexities of the Vox Feminae

Nayelli Castro-Ramírez, PhD, University of Ottawa Canada

  • History of translation
  • History of Latin American Philosophy
  • Cultural sociology

Patricia Chouinard, MEd, University of Massachusetts Boston

  • Leadership in Secondary Education
  • Mexican Youth and Secondary Education in the U.S. and Mexico
  • Distance Education

María Cisterna Gold, PhD, New York University

  • Argentine Literature
  • Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture
  • Literary Theory

Sandra K. Haley, MA, Brown University

  • Indigenous Studies
  • Gender & Labor History
  • 20th Century Mexico

Nino Kebadze, PhD, University of Kentucky

  • 20th-century Spanish literature
  • Post-war Romance Fiction
  • Film
  • Writing of Memory and Exile 

Diego Mansilla, MA, University of Granada, Spain

  • Translation Studies
  • Spanish Instruction
  • Teaching Methodologies

Susan Mraz, MA, University of West Virginia

  • Spanish Language Pedagogy
  • Instructional Assessment and Design
  • Technology in the Classroom
  • First and Second Language Acquisition

Reyes Coll Tellechea, PhD, University of Minnesota

  • Picaresque Narrative
  • Golden Age Literature
  • Don Quixote
  • Historical Fiction

The Program

Graduate courses in Latin American and Iberian Studies are available to students matriculated in the Graduate Certificate Program in the Teaching of Spanish, to students matriculated in licensure tracks in the Teacher Education MEd in the College of Education and Human Development, and to nonmatriculated students.

Programs

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