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New Faculty Joining us this Semester

Submitted by kornbluh on Fri, 08/27/2010 - 12:35 pm

I am thrilled to welcome a high caliber class of new faculty to the College this fall.  Arts & Sciences is fortunate to have 25 new instructors joining us as the semester starts. Over the next few blogs, I hope to acquaint readers with these new additions to the A&S team.

Allow me to introduce these two new faculty members in the Department of Hispanic Studies.

Mariana Amato specializes in Latin American literary and intellectual history from the 19th century onward. Mariana has written articles on the works of Mansilla, Lugones, Bellatin, Pauls and Quiroga. She is working on a manuscript that explores figures of the animal and the flesh in Latin American fiction of the 20th century.

Moises Castillo is a teacher and researcher in the area of Peninsular Spanish Literature and Culture, specifically in Early Modern and Colonial Studies (16th and 17th centuries). His primary focus is on the study of the theater and the works of Cervantes.

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Mariana Amato
Moises Castillo