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Spanish and Spanish American Studies
Faculty and Staff
Carlota Caulfield Carlota Caulfield
Professor of Spanish and Spanish American Studies
Program Head, Latin American Studies Program, Spring

At Mills since 1992

Office: Mills Hall 333
Phone: 510.430.2356
Email: amach@mills.edu
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Faculty Office Hours
Days
Time
Room
M, TH
and
1:30 - 2:30
by appointment
MH 333


Spring 2014 Schedule
Days Time Description Room
M 02:30PM-03:45PM LET 131/231
Aspects of Hisp-Amer Cultures
MH 322
M 11:00AM-12:15PM SPAN 004
Intermediate Spanish IV
MH 135
W 02:30PM-03:45PM LET 131/231
Aspects of Hisp-Amer Cultures
MH 322
W 11:00AM-12:15PM SPAN 004
Intermediate Spanish IV
MH 135
TH 02:30PM-05:00PM SPAN 180/180
Topics in Hispanic Literatures
MH 322
TBA TBA LET 191
Senior Thesis
TBA
TBA TBA SPAN 191
Senior Thesis
TBA


Education
  • PhD, Tulane University, New Orleans, 1992. Spanish literature.
    Dissertation title: "Entre el Alef y la mandorla: poandeacute;tica, erandoacute;tica y mandiacute;stica en la obra de Josandeacute; Angel Valente." Diss., 9305785. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI
  • MA, San Francisco State University, 1986. Spanish Literature, concentration in poetry and theater
  • Licenciatura University of Havana, Cuba, 1979. History, concentration in Spanish and Latin American History
Courses Taught
  • SPAN 001: Elementary Spanish I
  • SPAN 002: Elementary Spanish II
  • SPAN 003: Intermediate Spanish III
  • SPAN 004: Intermediate Spanish IV
  • SPAN 051: Spanish for Spanish Speakers: Language, Culture and Identity.
  • SPAN 101:Composition
  • SPAN 140: Introduction to Hispanic Literature
  • SPAN 172: Voices in Hispanic Poetry
  • SPAN 175: The 20th Century Hispanic Novel
  • SPAN 180: Special Topics in Hispanic Literatures (The Avant-Garde)
  • SPAN 180: Special Topics in Hispanic Literatures (Literary Experiment and Cultural Pluralsim)
  • SPAN 180: Special Topics in Hispanic Literatures (Hispanic Travel Literature)
  • SPAN 183: Advanced Seminar in Spanish Literature
  • SPAN 191-192: Senior Thesis
  • LET 161: Women Writers of Contemporary Spain and Latin America
  • LET 131/231: Aspects of Hispanic-American Cultures
  • LET 162/262 U.S. Latino Literature and Culture
  • LET 166/266: National Literatures of Latin America: Cuba and Mexico
Professional Interests

Contemporary Iberian and Latin American Cultures and Literatures, the avant-garde and interdisciplinary approaches to art and poetry, Hispanic poetry, Hispanic women writers, Hispanic theater, Hispanic-Jewish literature, U.S. Latino literature, feminist critical theories

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P: 510.430.2356
F: 510.430.3314
E: spanish@mills.edu

Last Updated: 1/2/14