Children’s/YA Literature; Teaching Composition; Interdisciplinary Literacy; Cartoons/Comics; Digital Media
North African and French Canadian literatures, Francophone Studies, women writing, photo-texts, graffiti, trauma fiction, and Middle-Eastern literature and culture.
Maria Quintero is a professor of English at the University of Puerto Rico where she teaches literature and writing. Her specialization is in the languages, literatures and cultures of the English-speaking Caribbean with a focus on poetry and the environment. She is the main editor of the book, Caribbean Without Borders: Beyond the Can[n]on’s Range, published by Cambridge Scholars Press, and the winner of the 2018 College English Association’s Karen Lentz Madison Award for Scholarship. Her articles and essays have appeared in numerous journals and books on the field of Caribbean Studies. She is currently working on a special topics course on the beach in Caribbean Literature.
Vietnam War literature; Media and conflict
Eustache Deschamps, medieval lit, rhet/comp
I teach courses on modern and contemporary Spanish literary history, cinema and culture and welcome inquiries from colleagues interested in film theory, narrative fiction, material culture, trash, comics and visual studies in Spain and Latin America.
20 and 21st Century drama, modern and contemporary Iberian literature, Iberian Studies, Queer Studies, Photography and Visual Studies