Research Interests: The tre corone, the literary monument,Boccaccio’s vernacular and Latin prose, humor and laughter in medieval literature, and fiction and narrative in modern and contemporary literature.
Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures (Portuguese)
Bruno Carvalho's research and teaching interests range from the early modern period to the present, and include literature, culture, and the built environment, with focus on Brazil. He has published widely on topics related to poetry, film, architecture, cartography, city planning, environmental justice, race and racism. ... Read more about Bruno Carvalho
Roy G. Clouse Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures (Spanish) and of History and Literature
Contemporary U.S.Latino/a literature and cultures, Caribbean literature and cultures, performance studies, race and ethnicity, transnational feminism, migration, human rights, Dominican and Dominican diaspora studies. ... Read more about Lorgia H. García Peña