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Allen, Esther
Translation, 19th and 20th century Latin American and French literature, life writing (autobiography and biography), and issues in anglophone globalization.
Ballesteros, Isolina
cultural studies with a dual interest in gender, ethnicity and migration to Europe, and the cultural memory of the Spanish Civil War.
Chang-Rodriguez, Raquel
Colonial Studies, 'Indigenismo' The Relationship between Text and Images in Literature
Childers, William
Cervantes, Theory of the Baroque, the Moriscos
Costa, Marithelma
Medieval Spanish Literature Fifthteenth-Century Cancioneros, Romancero
Cutler, Cecelia
Language and Identity.
Dapía, Silvia
Contemporary Latin America (Southern Cone) literature and culture, German-Latin American relations, philosophy and literature, comparative literature, and literary theory.
Degiovanni, Fernando
Modern and contemporary Argentine literature and culture; Latin American critical theory; politics of theory; theories of value and the economics of literature; cultural wars; transnational literatures and cosmopolitism.
Del Valle, José
The politics of language representation in Spain, Latin America, and the USA. The interface between linguistic and intellectual history.
Fernández, Eva
Human sentence processing, bilingualism, second language acquisition, instructional technology
García, Ofelia
Language and Education, Bilingualism, Sociology of Language.
Glickman, Nora
Twentieth Century Latin American Literature; Cinema and Theatre; Creative Writing.
Graham-Jones, Jean
Contemporary and colonial Latin American (especially Argentine) theatre and performance in addition to theatre, performance, and cultural theories.
Lado , Beatriz
The interaction between external (e.g., type of feedback and degree of explicitness in pedagogical interventions) and internal factors (e.g., prior language experience and aptitude) in the development of a non-primary language; Bringing the gap between research and language teaching; Assessment and placement of second and heritage language learners.
Madrigal, José Luis
Fiction and Essay in Sixteenth Century Spain and in other periods.
Makihara, Miki
Linguistic anthropology, sociolinguistics, anthropology; ethnography of speaking, discourse analysis, political economy of language, language ideology, language contact, bilingualism, ethnicity; Polynesia, Pacific
Martínez, Elena
Latin American Literature; Latin American Women's Literature; Latino/Latina Literature.
Martínez Torrejón, José Miguel
Medieval and Renaissance Spanish and Portuguese Literature. Textual criticism. Philological and rhetorical analysis. History of Ideas. Literature and Politics. Colonial Historiography. Hispano-Portuguese relations
Mercado, Juan Carlos
19th- and 20th- Century Spanish-American Literature History of Ideas in Latin America, The Essay 16th-Century Discoverers and Explorers in North America (USA Territory)
Morgado, Nuria
20th and 21st century Spanish literature, cultural studies, comparative literature, philosophy and Hispanic literatures and cultures.
Perkowska, Magdalena
Latin American Literature, Historical Novel, Visual Studies, Central American Fiction Literary and Cultural Theories
Pollack, Sara
Riobó, Carlos
Cuban and Argentine literatures and cultures; Critical theory and cultural studies; Archives and archiving; Captivity narratives from the Southern Cone.
Schwartz, Lía
Seventeenth-Century Prose and Poetry, Quevedo, Renaissance and Baroque Satire
Smith, Paul Julian
Modern Spain and Mexico, especially media studies: film and television.
Soto, Francisco
Latin American Literature Hispanic Caribbean Literature Latino/Latina Literature Latin American Short Story Gender Studies in Latin America
Tinajero, Araceli
Literary and intellectual history; Orientalisms; reading history; travel writing and biography; transpacific studies; Mexican, Caribbean and Latino literatures in comparative perspective; transatlantic studies.
Zavala, Oswaldo
Contemporary Mexican Narrative, U.S.-México Border Studies, Literary Theory, Latin American Cultural Studies, Politics of Literature and the Literary Field.