Hispanic Linguistics

  • Cynthia M. Ducar
    Associate Professor, Hispanic Sociolinguistics
  • Lynn Pearson
    Associate Professor, Spanish Applied Linguistics

Peninsular Studies

  • Carles Ferrando Valero
    Assistant Professor, Contemporary Spanish Literature & Film

Carles Ferrando Valero holds a BA in Humanities (Pompeu Fabra U, Barcelona), an MA in Cultural Studies (U of Barcelona), and MA in Hispanic Literatures (U of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), and a PhD in Spanish and Spanish-American Literatures (U of Colorado at Boulder). His research focuses on modern Iberian literature and visual culture, and his scholarly interests include transnational modernism, the avant-gardes, transatlantic relations, intellectual history, new media and technology, and the dialectics between politics and cultural production. His articles have appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as Hispanic Review and Bulletin of Hispanic Studies and are forthcoming in Revista Iberoamericana, Modernism/modernity, and the Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies. He is currently at work on a book manuscript titled A First Magical Realism: Franz Roh and the Transnational Valence of Spanish Modernism. In 2019, he joined the faculty at BGSU, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on modern Iberian history and culture.

Spanish-American Literatures and Cultures

  • Francisco Cabanillas
    Professor, Caribbean & U.S. Latino/a Culture & Literature
  • Federico Chalupa
    Emeritus Associate Professor, Andean Narratives, Racial & Gender Studies
  • Valeria Grinberg Pla
    Associate Professor, Latin American Cultural Studies
  • Pedro Porbén
    Associate Professor, Contemporary Latin American & Caribbean Literature, Pop Culture & Film
  • Amy Robinson
    Associate Professor, Latin American Literature & Culture, 19th - 21st Century Mexico