Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies
|Department:||Department of Spanish, Latin American and Caribbean Literatures and Cultures|
|Office Address:||Balch 302|
|Office Phone:||(909) 607-9010|
Carmen Sanjuan-Pastor will be on leave during the spring semester.
- M.A., Arizona State University
- Ph.D., Stanford University
My current research project explores visions of a multi-ethnic society in contemporary Spanish and Catalan narrative and film. In this project, I focus on how global migrations have changed the racial and cultural landscape of Spain, thus bringing the question of intercultural and religious dialogue to the forefront of debates on national definition. Of particular interest are themes of identity, memory, loss, assimilation, and intercultural debates around notions of value, reason and modernity.
Awards and Honors
- Mary W. Johnson Faculty Achievement Award for Research, Scripps College, 2013-2014
- Mary W. Johnson Faculty Achievement Award for Teaching, Scripps College, 2010-2011
- Centennial Teaching Award Recipient, Stanford University, 2007