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Teaching Interests:

  • Spanish and French Language

  • LatinX, Latin American and Caribbean Literature and Cultural Studies

  • Theater and Performance Studies

  • Digital Humanities

  • Archipelagic Studies 

  • Race and Ethnicity 

  • Gender and Queer Studies

Courses Taught:

University of Miami – Department of Theatre Arts
•    Theatre History I (THA 481 – Fall 2020, 2021) 
•    Theatre History II (THA 482 – Spring 2021, 2022)

 

University of Miami—Latin American Studies Program
•    Graduate Seminar Research Design in Latin American Studies (LAS 602 – Spring 2020) 


University of Miami—Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

  • Elementary Spanish (SPA 101- Fall 2016, SPA 102- Spring 2017, Summer A 2017, and Summer B 2020, Fall 2021)

  • Intermediate Spanish (SPA 201- Fall 2017 and Fall 2021, SPA 202- Spring 2018)

  • Advanced Spanish (SPA 203 - Fall 2020, Spring 2022)

  • Advanced Spanish for Heritage Learners (SPA 208- Summer A 2020, Spring 2022)

  • Interpreting Literary and Cultural Texts in Spanish (SPA 301) – Co-teaching with Dr. Ómar Vargas (Spring 2019)

  • Media, Technology and Gender: Revisiting Latin American Culture. Co-teaching with Dr. Elena Grau-Lleveria (SPA 321/LAS 350: Advanced Spanish course, cross-listed with Latin American Studies Program – Fall 2019)

 

Universidad de las Artes, La Habana, Cuba (2010- 2014)​

  • History of World Theater I: A Survey of World Theater History. It is mandatory for all students entering the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater.   

  • History of World Theater II: Part II of the Survey of World Theater History. This second semester includes practical activities according to student Majors (e.g. Acting, Design, Playwriting).     

Note: Teaching Philosophy, Syllabi, Teaching Evaluations and other documents are available upon request.

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