Faculty and Staff
Latin American Narrative and Cultural Studies, with regional emphasis on Mexican, Central American, and Pan-Caribbean cultures.
Latin American Theater, emphasis on the transmission of history and memory in the theater of the Southern Cone. Human rights and post-dictatorial literatures and, Staging in the Academe.
Colonial Latin America, Modern Latin America, U.S.-Latin America Relations
The Novel in Spain and Latin America; Literary Naturalism: Women Writers of Spain, Latin America, and the U.S.; Feminist Theory; Immigrant Populations in the U.S.
Immigration Law, refugees and stateless persons, and transnational law with a specific focus on international human rights law and practice.
US-Brazil Exchange Program; Chesapeake Bay Program
Poetry; Native American women's literature; literatures of U.S. populations whose work has been traditionally overlooked; indigenous erotics.