Carmen Sanjuan-Pastor

Associate Professor of Spanish, Latin American, and Caribbean Literatures and Cultures
Chair, Department of Spanish, Latin American and Caribbean Literatures and Cultures

Department: Department of Spanish, Latin American and Caribbean Literatures and Cultures
Office Address: Balch 302
Office Phone: (909) 607-9010
Carmen Sanjuan-Pastor

Academic History

  • Stanford University, Ph.D., Spanish and Portuguese, Literary and Critical Theory, Spanish and Latin American Film Studies
  • Arizona State University, M.A., Latin American Literature and Spanish Golden Age
  • University of Alacant, B.A., Translation and Interpretation
  • University of València, B.A., Geography and History. Contemporary History

Areas of Expertise

Iberian, Latin American, and Mediterranean Studies; Migration, Diasporas, and Transnationalism; Decolonizing Theory; Transnational and Intersectional U.S. Women of Color Feminisms; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Historical Memory; Media and Cultural Studies; Literary Studies; Images of the Global City.

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

Courses Taught

  • Core I Histories of the present
  • Core III Narratives of Memory in Spain and Latin America
  • SPAN178 Literary and Filmic Representations of the Spanish Civil War in Contemporary Spain. “Working through” memory
  • SPAN177 Escenarios de conflicto: Theater and social change in Contemporary Spain and Latin America
  • SPAN152 “Border Thinking” in Multicultural, Multi-Ethnic Spain/Pensamiento de frontera
  • SPAN140 The Spanish Transition Through the Lens of Pedro Almodóvar
  • SPAN115 Contemporary Spanish Women Writers: Gender, Politics, and the Self
  • SPAN 44 Advanced Spanish. Readings in Literature and Civilization
  • SPAN33 Intermediate Spanish
  • SPAN22 Intensive Introductory Spanish

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