Student & Faculty Work

Student Work:

Four Students, Three Faculty Present at Spanish Sociolinguistics Workshop at the University of Puerto Rico on April 13-16, 2016, read about it here.

Sarah Fisher's 2013 thesis on the Bolivian feminist group "Mujeres Creando" merited highest honors and won the 2013 Guarnaccia prize awarded by our department to the best student writing. The thesis is accessible here.

In September 2012, the incoming class of 2016 was welcomed with the message that they would be the first “carbon neutral” generation of graduates from Middlebury College. Many of these final projects produced by students in Professor Maria Woolson's Intermediate Spanish I language class reflect the students’ interests in what it means to be part of a community with a mission for the future. Check out the videos here.

Three recent Middlebury Alumni share their experiences since graduation in the pursuit of a less conventional professional paths, with students in Maria Woolson’s class Spain and Spanish America. Check it out here.

Recent Faculty Books:

Higa, Mario. Matéria Lítica: Drummond, Cabral, Neruda e Paz. Ateliê Editorial, 2016

Silva, Daniel. Subjectivity and the Reproduction of Imperial Power: Empire's Individuals. London: Routledge, 2015

García, Enrique. Cuban Cinema After the Cold War. North Carolina: McFarland, 2015

Castañeda, Luis. Comunidades Efímeras. Grupos de vanguardia y neovanguardia en la novela hispanoamericana del siglo XX. New York: Peter Lang, (expected 2015)

Feldman, Irina, Rethinking Community From Peru. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2014.

Manrique-Gómez, Marta. Madness, Love and Tragedy in Nineteenth Century Spain. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.

Gamero de Coca, Juana. Sexualidad, violencia y cultura. Colombia: Ediciones Desde Abajo, 2013.

Rocha, Fernando. Subaltern Writings: Readings on Graciliano Ramos's Novels. New York: Peter Lang, 2013.

Chávez Castañeda, Ricardo. El libro de Lloreda. México: Biblioteca Mexiquense, 2012.

Chávez Castañeda, Ricardo. El final de las nubes. México: Alfaguara (Punto de Lectura), 2012.

Castañeda, Luis. Viaje al norte del verano (novel for young adults). Lima: Alfaguara (serie roja), October 2012.

Manrique-Gómez, Marta. La recepción de Calderón en el siglo IX. Iberoamericana / Vervuert, 2011

Chávez Castañeda, Ricardo. Sin aliento. México: Norma, 2011.

Chávez Castañeda, Ricardo. Georgia. México: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2011.

Chávez Castañeda, Ricardo. Desapariciones. México: Biblioteca Mexiquense, 2011.

Chávez Castañeda, Ricardo. La última epidemia de Risa. México: Biblioteca Mexiquense, 2011.

Gamero de Coca, Juana. La mirada monstruosa del miedo: Desviaciones de la memoria en la novelística española contemporánea. Madrid: Ediciones Libertarias, 2009.

Chávez Castañeda, Ricardo. La guerra enana del jardín. México: Alfaguara, 2008.

Recent Faculty Articles:

Gonzalez Zenteno, Gloria. “Open Triangle.” The Fem. (December 2015.)

Gonzalez Zenteno, Gloria. "Maga." Solstice Literary Magazine. (Winter 2014.)

Gonzalez Zenteno, Gloria.  “Ambistoma mexicanum.” (Fiction, English) Cobalt Review. (March 12, 2013.)  

Gonzalez Zenteno, Gloria. “Ambistoma mexicanum.” (Fiction, Spanish) Revista de literatura mexicana contemporánea 54, 2013. 67-72.

Castañeda, Luis. "La boca de la sierpe, la quijada del león: (in)moralidad, verdad intraverbal y diseminación en los Sueños de Quevedo." (peer-reviewed article). Romance Quarterly 60.4 (September 2013): 196-207.  

Castañeda, Luis. "Una dispersa dinastía de solitarios: la sociedad secreta en los cuentos de Borges." (peer-reviewed article). Variaciones Borges. 32. 179-200 (2011)

Feldman, Irina. “Moments of Revolutionary Transformation in the Novels of José María Arguedas” Modern Language Notes 127, pp.302-317 (2012).

Feldman, Irina. “Heterogeneidad jurídica y violencia fundacional en Todas las sangres”.  Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana Año XXXVI, No 72. Lima-Boston, 2do semestre de 2010, pp. 233-252 (2011).

Gamero de Coca, Juana.  Los príncipes nubios y el mito perdido en la historia de la prostitución”. Revista de cultura y representaciones sociales (UNAM) 10 (2011): marzo.

Gamero de Coca, Juana."El arte hiperdramático en Clara y la penumbra de José Carlos Somoza: la frontera límite del cuerpo." Espéculo 41 (2009).

 

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