Office Hours

Spring 2015

  • MF 1:30–2:20
    W 10:30–11:20
 

Interests

  • Reading
  • Music
  • Cultural events
 

Joaquín Gómez

Associate Professor of

Spanish

Welles 212A
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-4205
gomez@geneseo.edu

Joaquín Gómez has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1991.

Faculty Information

Education

  • Ph.D., Spanish Literature - The Catholic University of America, 1994
  • M.A., Spanish Literature - University of Maryland, 1988
  • Licenciatura, Filología inglesa - Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, 1981

Research Interests

Spanish Literature of the 19th and 20th centuries

Publications and Professional Activities

  • Las tres últimas novelas de Emilia Pardo Bazán: Un estudio narratológico. Madrid: Ed. Pliegos, 1996.
  • "La sonrisa etrusca o la reconciliación de los opuestos." Selected Proceedings of the 17th Pennsylvania Foreign Languages Conference. September, 2005.
  • Vernon A. Chamberlin. "The Perils of Interpreting Fortunata's Dream" and Other Studies in Galdós: 1961-2002. Pittsburgh: Crítica Hispánica, 2006. Book Review.
  • "Marcela Maritornes: Dos visions del 'yo' femenino". Rondas literarias de Pittsburgh 2005, 2006.
Fall 2015 Classes

SPAN 201:
L/Intermediate Spanish I

    Reviews the fundamentals of structure and continues to develop the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Oral and written exercises are included. Reading materials emphasize
    cultural and contemporary topics. Prerequisites: SPAN 102 or its equivalent.
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SPAN 302:
Intro to Hispanic Literature

    An introduction to textual analysis based on representative literary texts from Spain and Latin America. The course covers principles of literary criticism that are central to the analysis and discus
    sion of narrative, poetry, and drama. Prerequisites: SPAN 301.
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SPAN 304:
Survey ofSpanish Literature II

    Survey of major Spanish literary works, movements and genres from the 18th through the 21st centuries. Prerequisites: SPAN 302. Offered fall, odd years