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Graduate Students

NameContactTitle
Débora Maria Borba dborba@purdue.edu
SC 140
Ph.D. Student in Latin American Literature - Teaching Assistant of Spanish and Portuguese
Daniel Carrillo Jara carrild@purdue.edu
SC G054
SLC Grad Student/Teaching Assistant
Ana Maria Carvajal acarvaja@purdue.edu
SC 214
SLC Graduate student and Teaching assistant
Piedad Corredor Sanchez corredor@purdue.edu
SC 202
SLC Graduate Student and Teaching Assistant
Emily Delnick edelnick@purdue.edu
SC 164
SLC Grad Student/Spanish TA
Robert Tyler Gabbard rgabbar@purdue.edu
SC G03
SLC Grad

Cognitive literary studies; microliterature; 20th and 21st C. Peninsular Spanish literature

Gary Camargo Gabriel ggarycam@purdue.edu
SC 258
SLC Grad Student/Teaching Assistant
Hyeseung Jang jang122@purdue.edu
SC 208
SLC Grad Student/Teaching Assistant
Min Ji Kang kang195@purdue.edu
SC 264
Ph.D student of Spanish Literature/TA
Sunyoung Kim kim1860@purdue.edu
SC 264
SLC Grad Student/Spanish TA
Antonio Martín Gómez martingo@purdue.edu
SC 164
SLC Graduate student, teaching assistant

Hispanic Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, Bilingualism

Brunella Martinelli de Medeiros marti522@purdue.edu

SLC Graduate student
Hernán Matzkevich hmatzkev@purdue.edu

Graduate Student/Spanish

Hispanic studies, Jewish studies, Spanish Golden Age, Transatlantic studies, Early Modern Philosophy, Renaissance studies, Spanish medieval literature, History of Science.
 

Mario Morales morale11@purdue.edu
SC 202
SLC Graduate Student and Teaching Assistant
Heather Offerman hofferma@purdue.edu
Stanley Coulter Hall
SLC Grad Student/TA
Megi Papiashvili mpapiash@purdue.edu
SC 240
SLC Grad Student/Instructor of Spanish
Niall A. Peach peach@purdue.edu
SC G003
PhD Student and TA

Niall specializes in Transatlantic Hispanic Literature of the 19th century. His interests surround ecocriticism and, currently, questions concerning environmental justice, environmental influences on the formation of the self and self in environment (sympoiesis), as well as the role of nature in nation formation and citizenry in the early, Latin American and imperial 19th century.

Jorge Pérez de Jesús jperezde@purdue.edu
SC G015
Graduate Student/Spanish TA

 

 

 

Jorge focuses on Latin American literature of the 19th and 20th centuries. His research interest lie in Afro-Latino authors and the identity of Afro Latinos in Latin American literature. In addition to the Ph.D. in Latin American literature he is enrolled in the African American Interdisciplinary Graduate Program.

 

Alba Rivera-Arroyo riveraar@purdue.edu
SC 240
SLC Graduate student and Teaching assistant
Sabino Torres torres30@purdue.edu
SC 240
SLC Graduate student, teaching assistant
Alejandra Vela Hidalgo vela@purdue.edu
SC 164
Graduate Student
Maria Yakushkina myakushk@purdue.edu
SC 206
SLC Graduate student and Teaching Assistant

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