Catalina Perez Abreu
Assistant Professor (Spanish)
B.A., 2000, M.A., 2002, University of New Mexico
Ph.D., 2009, University of Notre Dame.
Scholarly/Research Interests: Latin American within the United States, the historical and cultural relationships that exist between the Latin American, Spanish, and Latino literatures. She examines these disciplines in light of the transnational studies, immigration, exile, transculturation, and women and ethnic studies.
Visiting Assistant Professor
B.A., 1997, Sophia University, Foreign Studies
M.A., 2005, Waseda University, Japanese Applied Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a second language, Learning Environment
Visiting Assistant Professor.
M.A., Waseda University, 2004. ABD,
Ph.D. University of California at Davis.
Assistant Professor of German
M.A., 1992, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Ph.D., 1998, Northwestern University.
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Research interestes include 20th- and 21st-century Latin American narrative, Women's and Gender Studies with a focus on the female body, and Southern Cone (Argentina, Chile, Uruguay) literatures and cultures.