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Brisa Núñez García


Visiting Instructor in Hispanic Studies

Christian A. Johnson 203
315-859-3337

Brisa Núñez García received her B.A. in applied linguistics at the Universidad Mayor de San Simon in Cochabamba, Bolivia. She also holds an M.A. in Spanish from the University of New Mexico and she is completing her Ph.D. in Spanish literature and cultural studies at Georgetown University.

Nunez Garcia’s area of expertise is Latin America 20th - 21st century, Southern Cone. Her research examines alternative communities in Hispanic literature and culture, with an emphasis in subaltern studies and post-dictatorship testimonial literature. Nunez Garcia concentrates on this topic because it allows alternative forms of interpreting literature from the perspective of marginalized voices.

Recent Courses Taught

Gateway to Hispanic Culture 
Literature and Society in Latin America  
Latin America Literature and Culture

Select Publications

“Hasta que la muerte nos separe” Basta 100 Latinas Against Gender Violence, 2016

Appointed to the Faculty: 2021

Educational Background

Ph.D., Georgetown University
M.Sc., Georgetown University
M.A., University of New Mexico
B.A., Universidad Mayor de San Simón

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