The Hispanic Studies faculty have a strong tradition of inquiry and scholarship in their respective areas of expertise. Their research connects with and influences their work with students, informing the curriculum of the department and providing students with opportunities for collaboration and independent study both abroad and within the Bloomington-Normal community. To learn more, please visit the Hispanic Studies website and blog.

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Submissions from 2012

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Observing Census Enumeration of Non-English Speaking Households in the 2010 Census: Spanish Report, Christina Isabelli, Yuling Pan, and Lubkemann Stephen

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Acquisition of the non-generic definite article by Spanish learners of English as a foreign language, Christina Isabelli and Rachel Slough

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Sacrificio, violencia y nación en Lituma en los Andes de Mario Vargas Llosa, Cesar Valverde

Submissions from 2011

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Modelos masculinos y violencia en Sanctuary y Crónica de una muerte anunciada, Cesar Valverde

Submissions from 2010

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Acquisition of Spanish gender agreement in two learning contexts: Study abroad and at home., Christina Isabelli

Submissions from 2008

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Review: Quixotic Frescoes. Cervantes and Italian Renaissance Art, Carolyn A. Nadeau

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Review Text, Carolyn A. Nadeau

Submissions from 2006

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Study abroad social networks, motivation and attitudes: Implications for second language acquisition., Christina Isabelli

Submissions from 2005

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Spanish Culinary History in Cervantes' "Bodas de Camacho", Carolyn A. Nadeau

Submissions from 2004

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Pasado soterrado y ánima reprimida en La muñeca reina y Chac Mool, Cesar Valverde

Submissions from 2003

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Development of oral communication skills abroad., Christina Isabelli

Submissions from 2001

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Blood Mother/Milk Mother: Breastfeeding, the Family, and the State in Antonio de Guevara's Relox de Principes (Dial of Princes), Carolyn A. Nadeau

Submissions from 1999

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Del relato a la pantalla: La alteridad en Cabeza de Vaca, Cesar Valverde

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Masculinidad natural y masculinidad autoconsciente en Don Segundo Sombra y El reino de este mundo, Cesar Valverde

Submissions from 1998

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Modelos masculinos en El cautiverio feliz: El ideal medieval y el presente degradado, Cesar Valverde

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Nación y masculinidad en la narrativa decimonónica: El caso de Sab y Aves sin nido, Cesar Valverde

Submissions from 1997

Identity, Carolyn A. Nadeau

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Review: Cultural Authority in Golden Age Spain, Carolyn A. Nadeau

Submissions from 1996

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Sweetmeats and Preserves: Food Imagery in Lope de Rueda's Pasos, Carolyn A. Nadeau

Submissions from 1995

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Evoking Astraea: the Speeches of Marcela and Dorotea in Don Quijote I, Carolyn A. Nadeau

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Grupo Ubú: El edificio de la identidad en Barriendo Sombras, Cesar Valverde