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Ramos, Marta (EdD)

Assistant Professor
Department of Language & Literature
Office: RH 0231
Phone: 239-590-7353

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University of Puerto Rico, EdD
University of Puerto Rico MA
University of Puerto Rico BA


Spanish Teaching

Research and Teaching Interests

Language Acquisition; Spanish linguistics, Language Instruction; Latin-American Literature, Contemporary Caribbean Literature; Gender studies; Feminism; Masculinity; Queer theory.

Courses Offered

SPN 3300 Advanced Writing
SPN 3411 Advanced Oral Expression
SPN 3400 Conversation and Composition
SPN 3130 Survey of Spanish Literature
SPW 3782 Hispanic Women Writers
SPW 4930 Contemporary Latin American Fiction
SPN 2270 Spanish Study Abroad

Conference Presentations

  • Monstrosity in La hembra Alfa de Elaine Vilar-Madruga. Presented at NeMLA. Washington DC March 2019
  • New voices and representations of masculinity in the contemporary Cuban literature. Presented at AEGS (Asociación de estudios de género y sexualidad. Chicago Illinois, September 2018.
  • Transgressions to the hegemonic masculinity in the novel El gato tras la reja . Presented at XXI Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica. Quito, Ecuador, March 2018.
  • Being male: Masculinity representations in La amante de Gardel de Mayra Santos Febres. Presented at XVIII Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica. Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 2017.
  • Marginalities and identity negociations in La amante de Gardel de Mayra Santos Febres. Presented at XXVI Annual Conference International Association of Women's Studies in Hispanic Literature and Culture. Houston, Texas, November 2016.