Jennifer Barlow


Ph.D. Spanish University of Virginia 

          Dissertation: “Iberian Daughters of Sappho: Female Friendship in Early Modern Spain” 

M.A. Spanish University of Virginia

          Thesis: “Checkmate: The Gifting Game and Gender Performance Anxiety in Lope de Vega’s La Dorotea”

B.A. Spanish University of Virginia 

          With highest distinction, Study abroad: Valenci

Teaching Experience

Lecturer University of Virginia Fall 2021 - present

Nicole Bonino


Nicole Bonino is an international scholar from Italy. She earned a Ph.D. from the University of Virginia in 2020 with a dissertation on the literary manifestations of migratory movements to Argentina. Her interdisciplinary research focuses on migratory literature and visual arts and the ways in which the legacy of South-South diasporas is reflected in the socio-cultural environment of contemporary Latin American metropolises.

Daniel Colón


PhD, University of Notre Dame (2010) Spanish American and Luso-Brazilian Literary and Cultural Studies Dissertation title: “Vigencia de la vida y obra de Pablo Neruda: Un análisis del discurso autobiográfico y la sensibilidad social en su obra temprana”

BA, Tufts University (2000), cum laude Majors: International Relations and Spanish. Minor: Latin American Studies

Jennifer Hogg


Ms. Hogg earned a B.A. in International Relations concentrating in Latin America from the College of William and Mary, pursued studies in Spanish and Latin American literature at both the University of Guadalajara, Mexico and the University of Virginia, and earned a M.Ed. in Special Education from the University of Virginia.


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