Associate Professor of Spanish
Office: E-104 Bondurant Hall | 662-915-7104 | dmarting at olemiss.edu
Dr. Diane E. Marting is Associate Professor of Spanish at The University of Mississippi where she has been teaching for nine years, after holding positions at UCLA, Columbia University, and other research institutions. She is also Graduate Program Coordinator for French, German, and Spanish. Prof. Marting earned her degrees in Comparative Studies from Ohio State (B.A. with Honors) and in Comparative Literature from Rutgers University (M.A., Ph. D.). She primarily teaches courses in literature, film, and culture from Spanish America, but also enjoys teaching Spanish language, literature in English, and gender studies. Her research interests include Spanish American and Brazilian literature, film, and culture (especially by women writers and directors or about women’s lives), feminist literary criticism, and European-Latin American cultural relations.