Shiffman Humanities Center, 118
DegreesSUNY at Stony Brook, Ph.D.
SUNY at Stony Brook, M.A.
Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, B.A.
ExpertiseLatin American literature and culture, with emphasis on the South Cone.
Spanish language and culture, from intermediate to advanced courses.
ProfileAssistant Professor in Spanish.
|HISP||32a||Intermediate Spanish: Conversation|
|HISP||104b||Peoples, Ideas, and Language of the Hispanic World|
|HISP||105a||Spanish Conversation and Grammar|
|HISP||106b||Spanish Composition, Grammar, and Stylistics|
|HISP||108a||Spanish for Heritage Students|
|HISP||111b||Introduction to Latin American Literature and Culture|
|HISP||164b||Studies in Latin American Literature|
|HISP||196a||Topics in Latina/o Literature and Culture|
Awards and Honors
Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation - Fellowship for Higher Education of Present and Prospective Teachers. Title of the Project: Educated Women: "Literacy, Literature, and the Issue of Education for Women in Early XX Century Argentina." (2012)
Theodore and Jane Norman Fund for Faculty Research and Creative Projects. Title of the Project: "El Círculo del Magisterio: Cultural Promotion and Professional Development for Schoolteachers in Tucumán Province, Argentina." (2011)
Reyes de Deu, Lucia Teresa. ""Women and PRint Culture"." Rev. of “Women and Print Culture in Post-Independence Buenos Aires”, by Iona Macintyre. Hispanic Research Journal vol. Vol, 13 June, 2012: 292-293.
Reyes de Deu, Lucia Teresa. "“The Argentine Folklore Movement”." Rev. of “The Argentine Folklore Movement: Sugar Elites, Criollo Workers, and the Politics of Cultural Nationalism, 1900-1955", by Chamosa, Oscar. Hispanic Research Journal vol. Vol, 13 June, 2012.: 290-291.