Sandra V. Navarro
Associate Professor of Spanish
Ph.D., Latin American Literature & Film, Emory University
M.A., Latin American Studies & Spanish, University of Alberta
B.A., Latin American Studies (Philosophy minor), University of Alberta
Dr. Navarro's research and teaching focus on Spanish and Latinx literature, film, and culture. Her areas of specialization include childhood studies, film theory, and the intersections between race and gender. She is currently working on a manuscript analyzing the representation of children in contemporary Argentine film.
Latin American Cultural Studies
Latin American Literature
Latin American and Latino Youth Culture
The Child in World Cinema
Modern Latin America
Culture and History of Southern Spain
Youth in Revolt: Young People and Counterculture in Hispanic Cinema
Intermediate Spanish I & II
Literary and Intellectual Currents in the Spanish-speaking World
Advanced Conversation I & II
Latin American Culture on Film
Hispanic Culture Through the Ages
From Goya to Almodóvar
Cultures of the Southern Cone
Sandra V. Navarro (2020). Espacios inhóspitos: clase, género, y encierro en La nana (2009) de Sebastián Silva.” . In (Eds.), Inusuales: hogar, sexualidad y política en el cine hispano : Iberoamericana Vervuert.
Sandra V. Navarro (2017 , September ). The Silent Other: The Latino Figure in No Country for Old Men and Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada . Latino Studies ,15 , 309-322.