Modern Language Faculty - Patricia Bazán Figueras
Office: Mansion 34
Ph.D. New York University; M.A., New York University; B.A., Washington Square University College, New York.
Interests: Spanish Literature, Latin American Literature, Italian culture and civilization; Global Studies and the teaching of foreign languages; pedagogy; creative writing.
Select Publications and Presentations:
“The Culture of Spain: The New Conquest and the New Conquistadores” Hawaii International Conference on the Arts and Humanities, Spring 2008
Spanish Mosaic. Co-authored with Laureano Corces. New Jersey: Houghton & Mifflin, Spring: 2005.
“The Global Approach: Teaching the Five C’s in the College Classroom,” Journal of Critical Inquiry into Curriculum and Instruction. Wichita State University. Issues 5 (3), Fall 2004
“Alicia Partnoy and Horrific Realism,” 31st Annual Twentieth-Century Literature Conference University of Louisville, Spring 2003
“The Global Approach: Inclusion of the 5 C’s in the College Classroom,” Hawaii International Conference on the Arts and Humanities, University of Hawaii, Spring 2003
“Alicia Partnoy and Horrific Realism,” Reflexiones Journal. Fall/Winter: 2002
Eugenio Cambaceres: Precursor de la novela argentina contemporánea. Peter Lang: New York, 1994
"El tema del otro en la literatura argentina de 1880," Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico, Interamerican Review, Fall/Winter, 1994
Study Abroad Coordination:
- China, 2008, Coordinator and Faculty Leader
- Peru, 2006, Coordinator and Faculty Leader
- Chile, 2006, Coordinator and Faculty Leader
- Argentina, 2005, Faculty Leader
- Italy, 2005, Coordinator
- Spain, 2004, Faculty Leader