Lucía M. Montás
University of Kentucky Doctor of Philosophy (ABD)
University of Florida Bachelor of Arts in Spanish (2007) Masters of Arts in Spanish (2009)
Universitat de Vic (2008)- Semester Abroad
Universitat de Barcelona (2008) Certificate in Catalan nivell B
Originally from Miami, Florida and raised in the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua, I studied at the University of Florida where I received a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish literature and a minor in Education.
In 2009, I graduated with a Masters degree in Spanish literature from the University of Florida where I taught Beginning Spanish courses and coordinated the annual Spanish Graduate colloquium.
In 2008, I won the FLAS award by the US Department of Education to study Catalán at the University of Barcelona.
From 2009-2013 I served as Lecturer of Spanish at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where I taught Beginning Spanish and Intermediate Spanish.
Currently I am ABD in the PhD program in the Department of Hispanic Studies
Theoretical framework: Feminism, Gender Theory, Postcolonialism, Reader response theory, Urbanism, Spatiality, Queer Theory
Languages: English, Spanish, Catalán
"Intersections of Urban Violence in the Dominican novel Cóctel con frenesí". Voces del Caribe: Revista de Estudios Caribeños E-journal 9.1 (Spring 2017)
"Translocational Social Theory After “Community”: An Interview with Floya Anthias," disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory 25
Articulos publicados en Sarasuati Revista Digital de Humanidades
1. Sorprendida: La voz de enunciación en la poesía de Aída Cartagena Portalatín
2. Pornotrópico: El caribeño y el ¨gaze¨ transatlántico en el cine español
Articulo publicado en: The Coastal Review an online peer review journal
Charamicos: Bildungsroman femenino o aprendizaje político a través de la memoria histórica
Article Cited in:
Charamicos: una revisión de la modernidad revolucionaria dominicana by Magdalena López (2015)
Redefining Latin American Historical Fiction: The Impact of Feminism and Postcolonialism (2013) edited by Helene Carol Weldt-Basso
Plural History of Memory: A Polyphonic Novel by Ángela Hernández by Ester Gimbernat González (2013)
Political Activism Among Dominican Women in Literature: Imagined Experiences and Rising Voices by:Angela R. Kanney (2013)