Professor of Spanish and Barbara Riley Levin Professorship in Comparative Literature, Director of the Hurford Humanities Center
Discourse of 'orientalism,' Moors and Islam and on the articulations of gender, sexuality, and race in Medieval and Golden age Spain; Comparative Literature and Literary Theory.
Office: Hall 205
Roberto Castillo Sandoval
Department Chair, Associate Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature
Colonial Spanish American Literature and Historiography, Nineteenth-Century Latin American political and literary thought; Ethnic, Race, and National Identity in Spanish America; Historical Fictions; Literature of Exile; Popular Culture; Music and Politics; Poetry and Politics; Creative Fiction Writing.
Office: Hall 3
Aurelia Gómez Unamuno
Assistant Professor of Spanish
XXth Century Mexican Literature, Prison Narratives during the Dirty War in Mexico, Social Movements and Literature, Student Movement of 1968 in Mexico. Utopia and Failure in the New Historical Novel.
Office: Hall 1C