Department of Modern Languages

The University of Mississippi

Lauren G. J. Reynolds, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish

Office: Bondurant E-205
Phone: (662) 915-7713

Ph.D. in German and Romance Languages & Literatures (Spanish and Latin America focus), Johns Hopkins (2017)
M.A. in Comparative Literature, The University of Colorado at Boulder (2011)
M.A. in International Affairs, The Elliott School at George Washington University (2008)
B.A.s in Spanish and English, Salem College, magna cum laude (2006)

Research Interests:
Youth in Latin American, Latinx, and Spanish literature and film, Post-National identities, Comparative Literature and Film, Indigeneity and Afro-latinidad, critical theory, critical engagements with world and hemispheric literatures.

Teaching Interests:
Community-Based learning, Inductive method, digital humanities, ACTFL language standard integration in upper division Humanities and Social Science courses (in the target language), service learning, study abroad, translation.

Courses Taught:
SPAN 371: Advanced Conversation
SPAN 321: Spanish Culture and Civilization
SPAN 305: Intensive Conversation and Composition
SPAN 304: Conversation and Composition II

Service to the Profession:
Editorial Assistant, Modern Language Notes (Hispanic Edition)

Web Resources:
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