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J. McClanahan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Spanish
Hitchcock 112
Phone: (402) 280-3868
jose@creighton.edu

Education

B.A. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
M.A. University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Ph.D. University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Areas of Academic Interest

Spanish literature from the 19th – 21st Centuries
Contemporary Spanish film
Immigration and Migration
The City in literature and film
Second Language Acquisition
Learning a Foreign Language through Study Abroad

Teaching Assignments

All levels of Spanish Language
Literatures of Spain
Film of Spain

Advanced Spanish Conversation (Semester and Summer Courses)

Ecuentro Hispano (Study Abroad Course)

Atlantic Migrations: Understanding Immigration in Spain and the Americas (Independent Study Course)

Spanish for the Medical Professions (I)

Recent Academic Activity

Performing for Me: Immigration, Independence, and the Search for Self in the Literature of Myra Santos-Febres. Hawaii International Conference on Arts and the Humanities. January 2010.

“Globalización, sexo y el tráfico del ser humano en Los príncipes nubios (2003) de Juan Bonilla” [Forthcoming]. Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Cuzco, Perú, March 2008

“Madrileños Multiculturales: Explorando identidad, (in)migración, y la diversidad humana en un curso de civilización española.” American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), Salamanca, Spain, July 2006.

“El cuerpo masculino y el cura: Contemplando al “otro yo” en La Regenta (1884-84) y La piel del tambor (1995).” 55th Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference. Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, October 2005.