Spanish Faculty

Stacey Parker Aronson

Professor
Spanish Discipline Coordinator
On Sabbatical 2016-2017
Ph.D., University of Minnesota
M.A., University of Kansas
B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University

Expertise

Spanish Language
Brazilian Portuguese Language
16-17th Century Peninsular Spanish Literature, Particularly by Women Authors
Literary Representations of Sexual Violence
Muslim and Jewish Literature of Spain
Stacy Aronson
Campus Location: 

Camden 209

Phone: 
+1 3205896290

Adam Coon

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
M.A., University of Utah
B.A., Westminster College

Expertise

Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Latin American Narrative and Poetry
Contemporary Indigenous Literatures
Contemporary Nahua Cultural Production
Post-Colonial and Decolonial Studies
Language Revitalization
Adam Coon
Campus Location: 

Camden 212

Phone: 
+1 3205896250

Tom Genova

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., UC Santa Cruz
M.A., UC Santa Cruz
D.E.A., Universidad de Salamanca
B.A., Georgetown University

Expertise

19th and 20th-century Spanish American literature
Hemispheric studies
The historical novel
Race in the Americas
Afro-latinidades
Thomas Genova
Campus Location: 
Phone: 
+1 3205896287

Ana Iraheta

Teaching Specialist
Ph. D., University of Minnesota
M.A., California State University Los Angeles
B.A., California State University Los Angeles

Expertise

Sociolinguistics
Phonetics

Windy González Roberts

Teaching Specialist
M.Ed., Concordia College
B.S., Lesley University

Awards

  • UMM César Chávez Award
  • Faculty-Staff Community Service Award
  • President's Award for Outstanding Service

Expertise

Spanish language
Methods of Teaching Foreign Language
Instructional Technologies in Language Instruction and Methodology
Latino community issues
Windy Gonzalez Roberts
Campus Location: 
Phone: 
+1 3205896294

James Wojtaszek

Associate Professor
Ph.D., Rutgers University
M.A., Kent State University
B.A., Kent State University

Expertise

Spanish Language
19th and Early 20th Century Spanish Peninsular Literature
Role of Modernity in Spain’s “Generation of 1898”
Anarchism
Marxism and Utopianism in 19th Century Spain
Spanish Romanticism
The Practice and Theory of Translation
James Wojtaszek
Campus Location: 
Phone: 
+1 3205896295