Professor of SpanishProgram Head, Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Program Head
- Latin American Narrative and Cultural Studies, with regional emphasis on Mexican, Central American, and Pan-Caribbean cultures
- Cuban Literature and Film
- Latin American and Caribbean Studies
- Spanish-American Narrative: the Boom Generation
- Spanish-American Civilization and Culture
- Trans-American Literature in Translation
- Seminar: "Re-Inventing History: The Artistic Rendering of Spanish-America's Past"
- "Vengeance is Mine: The Role of the Fantastic in Carlos Fuentes' Los días enmascarados," Short Story Criticism, Vol. 125 (2009). Forthcoming.
- "The Magical as Mundane in Barnet's Biography of a Runaway Slave," Negritud: Journal for Afro Caribbean - Afro Latin American Studies, número 1 (noviembre 2007), pp. 65-76.
- "Prospero's Orphans in Uva de Aragón's ‘Not the Truth, Not a Lie,'" Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal, Vol. 5, Issue 1 (2007).