Carolyn Malloy-Madrid, Professor of Modern Languages and Classics (Spanish)

 

Carolyn Malloy-Madrid, Ph.D., Professor of Modern Languages and Classics (Spanish)
Latin American Novel and Theater; Women's Studies
Office: Kiernan Hall 208
Phone: (518)783-2942
Email: malloy@siena.edu

 

Ph.D. in Spanish Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison

                Specialization: Contemporary Spanish American Literature

                Minor: Comparative Literature

M.A. in Spanish, University of Connecticut-Storrs

B.A. in Spanish, University of Connecticut-Storrs

                Minor: Education

 

Carolyn Malloy-Madrid is Professor of Spanish in the Department and also heads the Spanish program. She specializes in contemporary Latin American Prose and Drama, with a special emphasis on Mexico. Several of her other research interests are Popular Culture, Women’s Studies, History, Memory and Performance, and Latin American Cinema. Her courses in Spanish include language, literature, cinema, and society and culture, and she also teaches a course in English, Latin American Women Writers.