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Spanish and Portuguese

Dorina Apahidean
Dorina Apahidean, Lecturer
Nesbitt Academic Building, 2217, Gainesville
William Balla-Johnson
William Balla-Johnson, Ph.D., Limited Term Faculty
Area(s) of Expertise: Historical Romance Linguistics, History of Spanish, Spanish Linguistics, Historical Sociolinguistics, the Romance pluperfect
Derek Beaudry
Derek Beaudry, Ph.D., Lecturer of Spanish
Faculty Center, 709, Oconee
Area(s) of Expertise: 20th and 21st Century Latin American Cultural Production, Latin American Studies, Literary and Film Theory, Continental Philosophy, Critical Theory
Maria Calatayud
Maria Calatayud, Ph.D., Assoc Professor, Spanish
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4248, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Contemporary Latin American Women Artist
Elizabeth Combier
Elizabeth Combier, Ph.D., Professor
Dunlap Hall, 303A, Dahlonega
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4116, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Spanish & French
Deneille Erikson
Deneille Erikson, Ph.D., Limited Term Faculty
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4108, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Contemporary Iberian Literature, Film & Culture
David Hair
David Hair, M.A., Director of Language Labs
Dunlap Hall, 319-A,  Dahlonega
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4209, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: History of Romance Languages (Spanish/French), Sociolinguistics, 3rd Language Acquisition
Amy Hernandez
Amy Hernandez, MA, Lecturer
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4252, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Spanish, Linguistics
Alfonso Hernandez Linos
Alfonso Hernandez Linos, M.A., Program Specialist
Dunlap Hall, 303B, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Spanish, Internal and External Audit, Accounting, Finance
Kristi Hislope
Kristi Hislope, Ph.D., Professor
Dunlap Hall, 306B, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Spanish Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition
Nicolas Hu
Nicolas Hu, Lecturer
Dunlap Hall, 322A,  Dahlonega
Joseph Lavalle
Mr. Joseph Lavalle, M.A., Assistant Professor, Spanish
Faculty Center, 707, Oconee
Ary Malaver
Ary Malaver, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Spanish
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4248, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Latin American Short Narrative, Microfiction in Latin America and Spain, Latinx Literature and Culture in the United States
Patricia Maria Gamboa
Patricia Maria Gamboa, Lecturer in Spanish
Nesbitt Academic Building, 2108, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: 19th-20th Century Peninsular Literature, Philosophy, Fantastic Literature, Queer Theory
Joshua Martin
Joshua Martin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Dunlap Hall, 322A, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: U.S.-Mexico Border Literature and Cultural Production, Latin American literature (20-21st centuries), Gender Studies and Masculinity Studies, Social Theory
Kenneth Martin
Kenneth Martin, Ph.D., Interim Department Head
Student Resource Center, 540, Oconee
Leah McGowan
Leah McGowan, Part Time Faculty
Administration Building, 560, Oconee
Gordon McNeer
Gordon McNeer, Ph.D., Professor, Spanish
Dunlap Hall, 319B, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Contemporary Spanish-language
Rosaria Meek
Rosaria Meek, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Spanish
Student Resource Center, 590, Oconee
Garry Merritt
Garry Merritt, M.A., Assistant Professor, Spanish
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4250, Gainesville
Joseph Pecorelli
Joseph Pecorelli, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Portuguese and Spanish
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4238, Gainesville
Dunlap Hall, 311, Dahlonega.
Alfredo Poggi
Alfredo Poggi, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Spanish
Dunlap Hall, 322A,  Dahlonega
Diana Pulido
Diana Pulido, Ph.D., Lecturer - Spanish
Dunlap Hall, 310, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Spanish Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, Linguistics
Jaime Salinas Zabalaga
Jaime Salinas Zabalaga, Assistant Professor
Ricardo Sosa Jimenez
Ricardo Sosa Jimenez, Limited Term Faculty
Mariana Stone
Mariana Stone, Assistant Professor
Dunlap Hall, 314A, Dahlonega
Alvaro Torres-Calderon
Alvaro Torres-Calderon, Ph.D., Associate Department Chair
Dunlap Hall, 314D, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: XIX and XX Latin American Literature, The Building of the Nation, Women, Identity and Progress in Latin America XIX and XX Century
Nicola Whitley
Nicola Whitley, Limited Term Faculty

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