Modern Languages Faculty

Karina Walker, 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.

Mark Wolff, Professor of French and Modern Languages Department Chair
Ph.D., University of Chicago
Areas of expertise: Nineteenth-Century French novel, Oulipo, digital humanities.
Mark Wolff is Associate Professor of French, Coordinator of Global Studies, and Chair of Modern Languages at Hartwick College. His research interests include nineteenth-century popular literature, the twentieth- and twenty-first-century group of writers known as the Oulipo, and computational methods in the digital humanities. His teaching focuses on finding ways to help students discover themselves in French so that they can develop the necessary linguistic and cultural competency to engage the world. He enjoys working with students seeking to combine French or Global Studies with other academic programs to design a unique and personal interdisciplinary experience.

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