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|Harney, Michael||Comparative Literature; Medieval Studies Program; Spanish and Portuguese||Medieval and Renaissance Spanish Literature, Comparative literature, literary theory, cultural theory, film studies|
|Kelm, Orlando||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Marketing; Spanish and Portuguese||Hispanic linguistics, phonetics, phonology, language and culture for professional purposes, such as Business Spanish and Portuguese. Professor Kelm's current research focuses on the creation of …|
|Koike, Dale||Spanish and Portuguese||Spanish and Portuguese linguistics, applied linguistics, pragmatics and discourse analysis, second language acquisition. Professor Koike's research centers on pragmatics as co-constructed in …|
|Lindstrom, Naomi||Comparative Literature; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Spanish and Portuguese; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Latin American Jewish Studies; 19C and 20C Latin American literature; on-line scholarly resources|
|McDonough, Kelly||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Spanish and Portuguese||Latin American Colonial Literatures and Cultures with an emphasis on Mexican and Indigenous Studies; Nahuatl Studies; Indigenous Intellectualisms and Literacies.|
|Nishida, Chiyo||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Spanish and Portuguese||Spanish syntax and applied linguistics, with a particular interest in the behavior of pronominal clitics. Professor Nishida has published on such topics as the reflexive clitic se and eventualities, …|
|Polit, Gabriela||Spanish and Portuguese||Contemporary Latin American narrative. Professor Polit has worked on gender and the politics of literary writing. Currently her work is on the representation of the traffic of illegal drugs in …|
|Postigo Olsson, Pablo||Spanish and Portuguese||Reception of modern, 20th-century linguistic theories in Spanish school textbooks and how these theories have changed the understanding and conceptualization of language and grammar in those …|
|Reed, Cory||Comparative Literature; Spanish and Portuguese||16th- and 17th-Century Spanish literature, particularly Golden Age Drama and Cervantes; Transatlantic studies (cultural studies in Spain, Mexico, and the American Southwest); modern drama; comparative …|
|Robbins, Jill||Spanish and Portuguese||Spanish Literature and Culture, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Urban Studies, Poetry Transatlantic Studies, Violence and Ethics|