Carlota Caulfield

Carlota Caulfield
Professor of Spanish and Spanish American Studies
Spanish and Spanish American Studies Program Head
Mills Hall 333

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, US Latino literature, feminist critical theories, creative writing (poetry and prose), theory and practice of translation

Curriculum Vitae

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At Mills Since 1992

Biography

Carlota Caulfield is a poet, scholar, editor and translator. Professor Caulfield specializes in modern Iberian & Latin American literatures and cultures with an emphasis on Trasatlantic Studies, Women Writers and Intersections of Art and Poetry. Her research interests include the European and Latin American avant-garde, visual poetry and US Latino/a poets. Currently, she is finishing a new bilingual poetry collection and working on a Catalan visual poetry book.

Education

  • MA, San Francisco State University
  • PhD, Tulane University

Faculty Office Hours, Spring 2022

Days Times Room
T, R 4:00 pm–5:00 pm Mills Hall Room 333

Courses Taught

  • LET 161: Latin American Women Writers in Translation
  • LET 191: Senior Thesis
  • LET 261: Latin American Women Writers in Translation
  • SPAN 004: Intermediate Spanish IV
  • SPAN 051: Spanish for Spanish Speakers: Language, Culture, and Identity
  • SPAN 101: Advanced Spanish Grammar, Composition and Translation
  • SPAN 140: Introduction to Hispanic Literatures
  • SPAN 151: Spanish for Spanish Speakers: Language, Culture, and Identity
  • SPAN 172: Intersections of Art and Poetry
  • SPAN 180AS: Magical Realism in Hispanic Literature and Culture
  • SPAN 191: Senior Thesis