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.
Dean Campbell is the contact for student Fellowships; chairs the Committee on Automatic Rule and Reinstatement; works on the First Year Seminar program; works with students on general elective transfer credit and Independent Work Majors.
Adjunct Professor of Romance Languages and Teacher Education and Director of the Global Discover Laboratories in the Center for Global Learning
Center for Global Learning
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.
Old French epic, Italian medieval and early modern literature, digital humanities, manuscript studies, TEI, IIIF.
Latin American Poetry, Aesthetics, Translation Theory, Feminist Poetics, State Violence, Colonialism, Neoliberalism