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College of Arts and Humanities

Paula Sanmartín


Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures | 559.278.8803 | Office: PB517


. University of Texas at Austin - Ph.D. in Comparative Literature with a concentration in African American and Afro-Cuban literature. Portfolio in Women’s and Gender Studies.
. University of Texas at Austin - M.A. in Comparative Literature
. University of California, San Diego - Graduate exchange student and visiting scholar at the Department of Literature (English section)
. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain - Licenciatura (5-year B.A.) in English Philology and graduate coursework in literature in English.

Courses Taught

AH 100. Honors Seminar. California State University, Fresno.
Afro-Hispanic Women’s Literature: A New Literary Tradition?. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid. USAC Program. Fall 2013.
Hispanic Women Writers: The Intersections of Gender, Race, Class and Nationality in Spanish-Speaking Women’s Writings. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid. USAC Program. Fall 2013.
Honors 101: Emerging Voices After Colonialism: Revolution in Theory, Revolution in Practice. Smittcamp Family Honors College. California State University, Fresno.
Span 125: Hispanic Culture. CSU, Fresno
Span 140: Introduction to Literary Analysis. CSU, Fresno
Span 147: Twentieth-Century Spanish-American Literature.
Span 148T (topics course): Afro-Caribbean Identities and Cultures. CSU, Fresno
Span 203 (graduate seminar): Applied Literary Theory.
Span 215 (graduate seminar). Hispanic Women Writers. CSU, Fresno
Span 259 (graduate seminar): The Poetics of Caribbeanness: Cultural Dynamics of Literature and Identity in the Caribbean.
CSU, Fresno