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LLC Directory

Full Time Faculty



Office: HU 236
Associate Professor and Coordinator of French Lower Division Pre-Major Sequence (PhD, Johns Hopkins) - French Studies (Baudelaire; 19th Century French literature; literary and aesthetic theory) website

Cynthia FOX
Office: HU 221
Associate Professor (PhD, Indiana University) - French Studies (French linguistics; sociolinguistics; applied French linguistics) 442-4102 website

Office: HU 239
Associate Professor (PhD, University of Virginia) - Hispanic Studies (Spanish American literature (20th and 21st century), intermediality (word, sound, image), comparative studies of theater and film, conceptions of space (utopos, dystopos, atopos)) website

Olimpia PELOSI
Office: HU 225
Associate Professor (PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) - Italian Studies (Renaissance women poets; Baroque theatre; Baroque women mystics; comparative literature) website

Office: HU 215
Associate Professor and LLC Department Chair (PhD, Universidad Complutense de Madrid) - Hispanic Studies (sociolinguistics; contact linguistics; language variation and change; variation in L2) website

Timothy SERGAY
Office: HU 214
Associate Professor (PhD, Yale University) - Slavic and Eurasian Studies (20th century Russian poetry, especially Pasternak and Blok; Silver Age culture in general; translation theory and criticism; theory and practice of verse translation; Russian religious philosophy; the Russian “guitar poets” of the 1960s to the present day) website

Office: HU 227
Assistant Professor (PhD, University of California, Irvine) - Hispanic Studies (Transatlantic Studies, Latin American Historical Fiction, Latin American Film and Film Adaptation Theory, Latin American Avant-garde, The Novel of the Mexican Revolution, Magical Realism, the Fantastic, and the Gothic in Latin American Literature, Twentieth Century U.S. Latina and Latino Literature and Cultural Studies) website

Office: HU 222
Associate Professor and Director of Spanish Graduate Studies (PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne) - Hispanic Studies (Spanish syntax and morphology, Romance linguistics, second language acquisition) website

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