Name Title of Dissertation Degree Conferred Placement
Samari Batres My humanities graduate degree allowed me to develop critical skills that I will take with me the rest of my life.
2021
Sage Hill School
Lucia Cash M.A. Religious Studies with a graduate certificate in Social Transformation, Arizona State University, 2015
B.A. in Communication Studies, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, 2012

Research Interests: Southern Cone literature, Latin American colonial literature; Ecocriticism; World-ecology; Temporal politics; Embodiment; Critical Theory
Email: lcashbea@uci.edu
Summer
2020
 
Martha Torres Mendez   Spring
2020
Coe College
Linda Gruen M.A. Spanish, U.C. Irvine
Area of research: Latin American travel writing

Additional Education: Teaching credential  Cal State U. East Bay
Email: lgruen@uci.edu
Spring
2020
 
Araceli Calderon   Spring
2019
Riverside City College
William Carr Areas of Research: Humor and irony in 20th-21st century Spain, especially in the novel post-Franco; Translation Studies, especially translator subjectivity, self-translation, and translator/interpreter ethics. Secondary areas include Golden Age (la comedia and el Quijote) and Colonial narrative. Winter
2019
Brigham Young University
Fernando Hernandez Areas of Research: 20th Century US and Latin American Poetry and Poetics, Critical
Theory, Translation Theory and Practice.
Summer
2018
 
Ann Rosen Area of interest: Spanish literature and culture; film. Spring
2018
 
Christina Garcia   Spring
2018
College of Charleston, South Carolina
Victoria Lau Area of Research: 20th century Latin American Literature Fall
2018
 
William Alexander Yankes B.S. Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service
M.A. Professional Writing Program, University of Southern California
M.A. Latin American and Iberian Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

Areas of Research: Latin American dictatorships in literature and film. Planned doctoral dissertation on selections from the works by Fernando Alegría. The particular issue of individual sovereignty --as citizen or exile-- will be explored.
Fall
2018
 
Alberto Landaveri   Spring
2016
 
Rose Phillips   Spring
2016
 
Benjamin Cluff Mexico in Ruins: Metaphors of Ruins and Ruination in Twentieth-Century Mexican Poetry Fall
2016
Brigham Young University
Martin Valle Nación y trayectoria histórica del sujeto gay in la narrativa mexicana del siglo XIX y XX. Fall
2016
Chapman University
Itzel Reyes Espacios que asustan: el horror en la narrativa española contemporánea (cuento y cine) Spring
2015
Biola University
Thania Muñoz Ustedes que ya no son americanos: identidad, migración y memoria narrativa en Cristina Rivera Garza, Edmundo Paz Soldán y Alberto Fuguet Spring
2015
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Jared White "Broken Mirrors and a Decaying God: The Religious, Aesthetic, and Philosophical Underpinnings of Ramón del Valle-Inclán's esperpentos" Spring
2015
Buena Vista University
Raquel Roman-Morfin Different Shades of Domesticity:  Representations of Intersecting Power Relations In Latin American Literarcy and Visual Culture
 
Winter
2015
Fullerton College
Bibiana Diaz Nación y subjetivades genéricas en la narrativa y teatro colombianos (1950-2012). Summer
2014
California State University San Bernardino
Paul M. Johnson Sentimental Geographies: Cervantes and the Cultural Politics of Affect in the Early Modern Mediterranean Spring
2014
DePauw University
Cristina Fuentes Espacio y Marginalidad en la Narrativa Mexicana Del Siglo XX Fall
2014
Champman University
Samuel Jaffee Negotiating Modernity and Subalternity in Peru Fall
2013
University of Washington
Emily Colbert Cairns "The Other Sephardic Diaspora: Feminine Representations of Sephardic Identity in the Early Modern Atlantic World" Spring
2012
Salve Regina University
Ann Kalscheur Saltando entre la página y la pantalla: La convergencia de la tecnolgía, los medios masivos y la literatura en la narrativa de América Latina en el Siglo XXI

 
Fall
2012
Soka University
Cynthia Quintero Chicana Lesbian Novels: The construction of Identity in the coming-out process Spring
2011
Long Beach City College
Veronica Quezada Performance de genero en el escenario etnico:  Representaciones literarias de la Chicana/Latina

 
Fall
2011
Soka University
Fabio Chee   Fall
2011
Cal State University, San Marcos
Carmen Serrano Monsters, Vampires and Doppelgängers: Innovation and Transformation of Gothic Forms in Latin American Narratives Spring
2009
Bates College
Andrea Colvin "Voices of Dissidence and Hope in Post-Dictatorial Narrative and Film: The Child, the Prisoner and the Madman." Spring
2009
Ohio Wesleyan University
Ivette Gomez "Escrituras (des)encantadas: la poética de las ruinas en la narrativa
cubana contemporánea"
Spring
2009
Pomona College
Judith Iliana Villanueva "Poética de la errancia, política de la escritura: Juan Gelman, Eduardo
Milán y Ana Cristina Cesar"
Spring
2009
Wofford College
Michael Harrison   Spring
2009
San Diego Mesa College
Bridget Franco   Spring
2009
College of the Holy Cross
Angela Espinosa El origen de los espacios: género, urbe e ideología en textos vanguardistas de Latinoamérica Winter
2009
University of Utah
Santana Analola   Summer
2008
California State University, Fresno
Cindy Schuster Representaciones de ausencia: Intersecciones de memoria y política en la ficción latinoamericana (1965-2005) Summer
2008
Willamette University
Paul Cahill De(con)structive Devices: Post-Structuralism and Post-Marxism in Spanish Poetry, 1968-1972 Spring
2008
Pomona College
Maria Fernandez-Martinez El medio fotográfico en la narrativa de Antonio Muñoz Molina Winter
2008
University of Colorado, Denver
Cynthia Ovando-Knutson In Search of a Narrative of History:
Embodied Pain and Transformative
Allegories in Four Latin American Novels of Dictatorship
Winter
2008
Fresno Pacific University
Myron Avila De aparente color rosa: Discurso y recurso sentimental en las novelas de Argentina Díaz Lozano Fall
2008
Georgia College & State University
Martha Guerrero-Phlaum Benefits and Gifts: The Economy of Exchange in Spain's
Golden Age
Fall
2008
Rancho Santiago Community College
David Faught Subversive verse: Zurita, Lihn, Berenguer and Post-coup Chilean Poetry Summer
2007
University of South Alabama
Oscar Gonzalez Barreto Visualización de la marginalidad en el cine Iberoamericano de fin de siglo Spring
2007
Yale University
Karina Miller "Impolitical Writings: anti-representations of the community in Osvaldo Lamborghini, Virgilio Piñera and Juan Rodolfo Wilcock" Fall
2007
California State University, San Marcos
Gary Atwood   Summer
2006
University of Utah
Guadalupe Perez-Anzaldo "Dispora y memoria: Las excritoras Judio-Mexican" Summer
2006
University of Missouri-Columbia
Debra Faszer-McMahon "Cultural Encounters in the Poetry of Clara Janes: The Aesthetics of otherness and cross-cultural explorations of the self" Fall
2006
Seton Hill University
Debbie Avila "The Romance Novel of the 1930s and 40s in Spain and Portugal: The cases of Carmen de Icaza and Alice Ogando" Summer
2005
Californa State University, Fresno
Tomas Crowder "Sarmiento viajero: la configuración de las formas en el discurso de
la inmigración"
Winter
2005
University of San Francisco
Maria Martinez El cuerpo: Matriz de lo extrano en los discursos de la sexualidad y de la historia en la narrativa de escritoras latinoamericanas Summer
2004
Claremont College
Brian Cope Skepticism in Unamuno: Fictional Variations on the Ancient and Modern Tropes Spring
2004
Wooster College, Ohio
Ernesto Silva Cinematic Visions/Revisions in Pedro Almodovar's Talk to Her
[Hable con ella, 2000]
Spring
2004
Kennesaw State University, Georgia
Wha Sook Kim La imagen de la familia como alegoria de la nacion en el teatro argentino de la segunda mitad del siglo XX Spring
2003
Clarmont College
Daniel Gilden Diversas dimensiones de los medios de comunicación masiva y la narrativa de Manuel Puig Spring
2003
Kent Denver School
Mary Ana Carsillo Missionary Positions: Unpinning Women from Under the Paradigms of Patriarchal
Discourses of the Nation
Winter
2003
Lincoln High School
Angelica Huizar The performativity of Latin American poetry Winter
2003
Old Dominion University
Victoria Calmes El yo y la figura de la madre en la narrativa espanola del siglo XX Spring
2002
University of Wisconsin,
La Crosse
Pilar Valero-Costa La mistica sufi en Maria Zambrano Spring
2002
California State University, Fullerton
Laura Vidler Staging El caballero de Olmedo Spring
2002
United States Military Academy, West Point
Saul Jimenez-Sandoval Cuerpo y experiencia en la construccion poetica de la comunidad: Luis Vaz de Camoes y Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz Summer
2001
California State University, Fresno
Demetrio Anzaldo-Gonzalez   Spring
2001
University of Idaho
Francisco Javier Iniguez Discursos imaginarios, cultura popular y formacion del estado en Mexican Folkways Winter
2001
University of Dallas
Yvette Aparicio Negotiating Aesthetics and politics: The Poetry of Claribel Alegria, Ernesto Cardenal and Roque Dalton Summer
2000
Grinnell College
Gregory Stallings Daimonic Identity: Luis Cernuda and Twentieth Century Artistic Culture Winter
1999
Brigham Young University
Jose Vllalobos La narrativa familiar en la literatura mexicana reciente: rescate escritural, genealogia inaginada Summer
1998
Texas A&M University
Barbara Alicia Leon La construccion de la afrocubanidad a traves de las artes espectaculares cubanas despues de 1959 Summer
1998
Pomona College
Carl Good Testimonies of Poetry in Hispanic Literature Summer
1998
University of Indiana
Rosilie Hernandez Male Identity, a Woman's Place, and the Formation of a Symbolic Community in Spanish Renaissance Pastoralism Winter
1998
University of Illinois-Urbana
Alicia Carmen Del Campo Teatralidad, Identidad Nacional y Menoria Historica: rituales y ceremonias de duelo, purificacion y expiacion en el Chile de la Post-dictadura Winter
1998
California State University, Long Beach
Cesar Vaverde Masculinidad en la narrative hispanoamericana: Hegemonia, transgresion y descontruccion Summer
1997
University of Redlands
Mary Stuckert Versions of Space in Two Mexican Writers: Esther Seligson and Coral Bracho Spring
1997
University of California, Davis
John Vincent Waldron The Avant-Garde Vision in mexico: From Modernismo to the Contemporaneos Winter
1997
Bucknel University
Maria Isabel Ibanez El Discurso Sutobiografico y La Escritura Testimonial en Los Escritos de Cristobal Colon y Amerigo Vespucci Winter
1997
Chapman University
Carlos Ricardo
Von Son
Parodia en la novela mexicana contemporanea Fall
1997
California State University, San Marcos
Juliet Alison Falce Underlying Gender Construction in the Latin Ameican Regionalist Novel Fall
1997
UC Los Angeles
Barbara Jean Ashbaugh Modelizaciones de lo indigena en la narrativa de Ciro Alegria Fall
1997
Texas A&M University - Commerce
Mariana Solares I have a tenured position at a state university teaching Spanish and literature.
1997
Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Eduardo Cesar Cabrera La Puesta en Escena Enla Argentina de los Anos Noventa Fall
1996
Ohio State University
Elizabeth Baez Poetas Mexicanas Contemporaneas: La Subjetividad en la Poesia de Coral Bracho, Myriam Moscana y Kyra Galvan Fall
1996
Santiago Canyon College
Maria Lola Proano-Gomez La Identidad Nacional Comoconflictividad en el Imaginario Argentino: 1966-1973 Fall
1996
Pasadena City College
Polly Jane Hodge Photography and Contemporary Spanish Theater: Kaleidoscopic Modes of Dramatic Representation Fall
1995
Chapman University
Alejandro Yarza El Reciclaje de la Historia: Camp, Monstruous y Travestis en el Cine De Pedro Almodovar Spring
1994
Georgetown University
Karen Sue Christian   Winter
1994
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Jose Mario
Martin Flores
Mimesis y Eros en la Novela Porfiriana Fall
1994
San Diego State University
Carmen Ferradans Contra la Modernidad: La Dialectica High/Low en La Poesta es Panola Contemporanea Spring
1993
Illinois Wesleyan University
William Martinez Jr. Centro y Margen en la Poesia Contemporanea Venezolana: Codigos Esteticos e Identidad Nacional Fall
1993
California State University, San Luis Obispo
Darci Liane Strother Marriage and Family Relations in the Context of Spanish Theatre of the Golden Age Fall
1993
California State University, San Marcos
Harold Abram Dabel Egon Wolff's Theatre During the Chilean Authoritarian Regime Winter
1992
Lander College
Magdalena Maria Andrade   Winter
1991
University of California, Riverside
Marcela Del Rio Ideologica y representacion de la revolucion mexicana en el discurso teatral Winter
1991
University of Central Florida
Maria Rosario Gonzalez La prostituta en la novela mexicana: Siglo XX Winter
1991
California State University, Chico
Susan Isabel Stein Reading Between the Lines: Self-fictionalization as narrative strategy in la voragine el tunel and los pasos perdidos Winter
1991
Texas Tech. University
Sachiko Fuji La reapropiacion del indigenismo en la narrativa femenina contemporanea de Mexico Fall
1991
Rikkyo University, Toshima-Ku, Tokyo
Leopoldo Peña Leopoldo Peña is a Mexican immigrant. Received a B.A. and M.A. in Spanish from Cal State University of Long Beach.

Interest: Latin American photography, indigenismo, indigenous literature, immigrant narratives, popular culture.
Email: leopolp@uci.edu

0
 
Analaura Brophy Area of Research: Golden Age
0