- Jessi Aaron (Ph.D., University of New Mexico)
Associate Professor of Spanish; Sociolinguistics, language variation and change, language contact, grammaticalization.
- Luis Alvarez-Castro (Ph.D., Ohio State University, Universidad de Valladolid), Associate Professor of Spanish; affiliate, Center for European Studies. 19th- and 20th-Century Spanish Literature and Culture. Graduate Coordinator.
- Shifra Armon (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins), Associate Professor of Spanish. Early modern Spanish literatures and culture studies. Faculty advisor for Sigma Delta Pi (Hispanic Honor Society).
- Efraín Barradas (Ph.D., Princeton), Professor of Latin American Studies and Spanish. Spanish American literature, especially of the Hispanic Caribbean and its diaspora; cultural studies.
- M. Elizabeth Ginway (Ph.D., Vanderbilt), Associate Professor of Portuguese. Brazilian literature and culture, Latin American science fiction and Fantasy.
- Emily Hind (Ph.D., University of Virginia), Associate Professor of Spanish. Mexican Studies (Literature, Film, Culture, Politics, History); Latin American Literature and Film; 20th– and 21st– Century Critical Approaches within the Interdisciplinary Humanities.
- Gillian Lord (Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University), Associate Professor of Spanish and Linguistics. Second language acquisition, L2 phonetics and phonology, technology in foreign language education. Chair of the Department.
- Ana de Prada Pérez (Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University), Assistant Professor of Spanish. Bilingualism, language contact, sociolinguistics, syntax interfaces with other modules.
- Charles A. Perrone (Ph.D., University of Texas), Professor of Portuguese and Undergraduate Program Coordinator. Affiliate, Latin American Studies. Luso-Brazilian studies and literature.
- David A. Pharies (Ph.D., Berkeley), Professor of Spanish and Linguistics. Romance historical linguistics. Associate Dean for Humanities, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
- Martín Sorbille (Ph.D., UCLA), Associate Professor of Spanish; affiliate, Latin American Studies; affiliate, Center for European Studies. 19th Century and early 20th Century Latin American literature and culture. Spanish-American film studies. Psychoanalysis. Literary and critical theory.
- Jorge Valdés Kroff (Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University), Assistant Professor of Spanish and Linguistics. Psycholinguistics, especially sentence processing in bilingual and second language speakers; Spanish-English code-switching; Spanish heritage speakers.
Non-tenure track faculty
- Susana E. Braylan (M.A., Florida). Senior Lecturer. Coordinator of Bilinguall Program.
- Kathryn Dwyer-Navajas (M.A., ABD, Johns Hopkins). Senior Lecturer. Co-coordinator of Spanish 1130.
- Antonio Gil (M.A. Spanish and Italian, Oregon). Lecturer. Administrative Coordinator of Lower Division Spanish. Assistant to Chair.
- Víctor M. Jordán-Orozco (M.S., Nova Southwestern; M.A., Ph.D., University of Florida). Lecturer. Coordinator of the Spanish 1131.
- Su Ar Lee (Ph.D., Ohio State University). Senior Lecturer. Coordinator of SPN 2240.
- Ximena Moors (M.A., University of Arizona; PhD, University of Florida). Senior Lecturer. Coordinator of Spanish 3300 and 3301
- Gregory Moreland (M.A., P.hD., Florida). Senior Lecturer. Spanish Undergraduate Advisor. Foreign Language Across the Curriculum coordinator.
- Clara Eugenia Sotelo (M.A., Ph.D., University of Florida). Senior Lecturer. Coordinator of Spanish 2200 and 2201.
- Jennifer Wooten (M.A., UNC Chapel Hill, P.hD., Georgia). Lecturer. Director of Language Teaching.
Organización de Estudiantes Graduados de Español (OEGE)
- Phillip Allen (email@example.com):
- Libertad Aranza (firstname.lastname@example.org):
- Osmer Balam (email@example.com): multilingualism, phonetic and grammatical convergence in Contact Spanish, code-switching
- Yanina Becco (firstname.lastname@example.org): Contemporary Spanish and Argentinian theater
- Carlos Bertoglio (email@example.com): XIX, XX and contemporary Argentinian Literature: now working on soccer literature/gauchesca
- Antonio Cardentey (firstname.lastname@example.org): Caribbean Literature/Literary and Critical Theory/Cultural Studies
- Victor Castrilli (email@example.com) Language contact and change, dialectology, L2 and L3 acquisition, TAM, morphosyntax, Spanish and Portuguese linguistics.
- Christopher Dean (firstname.lastname@example.org): Hispanic Linguistics
- Nofiya Denbaum (email@example.com):
- Luis Alberto Escudero (firstname.lastname@example.org): Spanish literature (mainly novel) and its connections with other literatures
- Laura Formariz Díaz (email@example.com):
- Patricia Infantino (firstname.lastname@example.org): Latin American Sci Fi, Horror and Fantasy; 19th Century Latin American Literature
- Valerie Jepson (email@example.com): Phonology, Second language acquisition, Linguistic change
- Damaris Mayans-Ramon (firstname.lastname@example.org): L2/L3 acquisition (phonology and morphosyntax), simultaneous acquisition of heritage languages and phenomenon in contact varieties with a focus on psycholinguistic research methods
- Hamideh Mohammadi (email@example.com):
- Sandra Moragues Martínez (firstname.lastname@example.org) Spanish Literature
- Francesc Morales Garcia (email@example.com): Political, social, cultural and intellectual history; archaeology; philosophy of history; horror cinema
- Francisco Morales Ríos (firstname.lastname@example.org): Sociolinguistics, language variation and change, language contact, language teaching and technology
- Matthew Michel (email@example.com): Renaissance dialogues, Civic Humanism, discourse of Empire, rhetorical strategies to avoid censorship
- Marcela Murillo (firstname.lastname@example.org): Latin American Literature, particularly Andean Literature
- Rosa M. Pillcurima (email@example.com): Contemporary Latin American Literature (novel / poetry) and Latin American Cultural Studies
- Nancy Pinzon (firstname.lastname@example.org): XX and XXI Latin American Literature
- Falcón Restrepo (email@example.com): Hispanic linguistics; socolinguistic variation
- Giovanna Rivero (firstname.lastname@example.org): Mexican Contemporary Literature: The “Resurrection” of the Political Subject. Utopia and Modernity. Latin American Science Fiction.
- Alma Rodriguez (email@example.com): Late 19th and early 20th Century Peninsular Literature
- Sonia San Juan (firstname.lastname@example.org):
- Keegan Storrs (email@example.com): Phonetics/Phonology, Second Language Acquisition and Teaching.
- Mercedes Tejera (firstname.lastname@example.org): XX and XXI Iberian and Latin American Literature
- Alex Torres (email@example.com): Contemporary Latin American and Spanish Literature, Cultural Studies (Popular/Pop Culture), Critical Theory.
- David Vasquez (firstname.lastname@example.org): Golden Age and Colonial Literature; Monstrosity, Magic Imaginaries and Occultism in Early Modern Hispanic Culture
- Gregorio Vázquez-Méndez (email@example.com): Morphosyntax, Phonetics/Phonology, Language Variation, Spanish as a Heritage Language and Teaching Methods
- Monica Wilinski (firstname.lastname@example.org): Second Language Acquisition; Spanish as a Heritage Language and Teaching Methods
- Andrea Villa (email@example.com): Feminine Neobaroque in Latin American literature and the visual arts
- Kelly Woodfine (firstname.lastname@example.org), Bilingualism, heritage language acquisition