I teach several undergraduate courses on Spanish Language and Literature. My teaching methods aim to reinforce the use of both oral and written Spanish through practice and class discussions. It is also one of my goals to spark the student’s interest in the culture of Spain through the study of its literature and history.
Starting from an interest in the field of the literary studies, both the theoretical approach and literary history, my research evolved into Spanish literature, with a focus on the Spanish Golden Age.
Retórica, ironía y sofisma en el soneto amoroso quevediano: Hacia una nueva interpretación de Canta sola a Lisi. Pliegos: Madrid, 2019
Spanish Golden Age
Specifc authors: Cervantes and Francisco de Quevedo
Licenciatura (5 year degree) in Anglo-German Philology, University of Valencia (Spain)
M.A. in Transaltion and Interpretation, University of Valencia (Spain)
M.A, University of Georgia
Ph.D, University of Georgia