Latin American-Caribbean Studies Faculty

Jason Antrosio
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
Areas of expertise:
Economic development, artisan and peasant economies, globalization, Latin America
Virginia Arreola
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Ph.D., Indiana University
Areas of expertise:
U.S. Latino/a Literature, Hispanophone Caribbean and Haitian Literature, Diaspora Studies, Gender Studies, Cultural Studies, Critical Race Theory, Identity and National belonging.
Mieko Nishida
Professor of History and Department Chair of History
Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University
Areas of expertise:
Latin America, Brazil, social history
Karina Walker
Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish
Ph.D. Candidate, State University of New York at Albany
Areas of expertise:
Golden Age, Twentieth, and Twenty-first-century Peninsular Literature. Baroque and Neo-Baroque aesthetic in contemporary Spanish narrative, film, culture and politics. Nationalism, collective identities, and gender studies. Translation and interpretation theory and practice.
Mark Wolff
Associate Professor of French and Modern Languages Department Chair
Ph.D., University of Chicago
Areas of expertise:
French language and culture (with an emphasis on nineteenth-century literature and canon formation) and digital humanities.
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