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Spanish and Spanish American Studies
Faculty & Staff
Hector Mario Cavallari Héctor Mario Cavallari
Professor of
Spanish and Spanish American Studies
W. M. Keck Foundation Professorship
in Creative Writing
Co-Chair, Department of Languages and Literatures
Program Head, Spanish and Spanish American Studies
Program Head, Latin American Studies Program, Fall

At Mills since 1986

Office: Mills Hall 335
Phone: 510.430.2207
Email: xango@mills.edu
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Faculty Office Hours
Days
Time
Room
T, TH
T, TH
and
2:35 - 3:45
9:30-10:00 pm (LET 168-268)
by appointment
MH 335

Education
  • PhD, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Califonia at Irvine, 1976
  • MA, Spanish and Portuguese, University of California at Irvine, 1972
  • BA, Spanish and French, San Francisco State University, 1969
Courses Taught
  • SPAN 003: Intermediate Spanish III
  • SPAN 004: Intermediate Spanish IV
  • SPAN 051/151: Spanish for Spanish Speakers: Language, Culture, and Identity
  • SPAN 052/252: Intermediate Oral Skills Through Readings and Writing
  • SPAN 101: Composition
  • SPAN 130: The Hispanic World
  • SPAN 140: Introduction to Hispanic Literatures
  • SPAN 173: The Latin American Short Story
  • SPAN 175: The 20th Century Hispanic Novel
  • SPAN 180: Special Topics: La Nueva Escritura
  • SPAN 183: Advanced Seminar in Spanish Literature: Border Literature and Culture
  • SPAN 192: Advanced Seminar in Hispanic Literatures American Fiction
  • LET 011: Introduction to Cultural Studies
  • LET 131/231: Aspects of Hispanic American Cultures
  • LET 161/262: U.S. Latino Literature and Culture
  • LET 166/266: National Literatures of Latin America
  • LET 168/268: Women in the Cinema of Spain
  • LET 169/269: Hispanic Cinema
  • LET 171/271: Fantastical Writings: 20th Century Latin American Fiction
Professional Interests

Contemporary Latin American, U.S. Latino, and Iberian fiction, theater, and poetry; Hispanic cultures; critical theory; Hispanic cinema; cultural studies

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

Last Updated: 1/24/14