Cara Kinnally

Cara Kinnally

Associate Professor // SLC // Spanish and Portuguese

Associate Professor // SIS // Latin American Studies

Associate Professor // SIS // Comparative Literature

Associate Professor // SLC

Associate Professor // SIS

Affiliated Faculty // SIS // American Studies

Ph.D. in Hispanic Literatures & American Studies (combined Ph.D), Indiana University, 2013


Office Information

Office: SC 282
Office Telephone: 765.494.0397
Office Fax: 765.496.1700



SPAN241  Introduction to Hispanic Literature

SPAN482 Latin American Civilization

SPAN483 Latin American Culture: Latino/a Immigrant Experiences in the U.S. 


SPAN 551: 19th-Century Spanish American Literature 

SPAN 555: Latino/a Literature

SPAN 556: Mexican Literature 

SPAN 659: Race and Citizenship Along the Border: The Transnational Origins of Chicano/a Literature 

SPAN 659: Rebellious Latinas: Sex and Gender in Latin American and U.S. Latino Culture 




Mexican and Mexican American literature; Latino/a studies and literature; border studies; empire studies and (post) colonial theory; critical race theory.

Forgotten Futures, Colonized Pasts: Transnational Collaboration In Nineteenth-Century Greater Mexico (Bucknell UP, 2019)

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