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B.A. University of Kansas 1995
M.A. Pennsylvania State University 1997
Ph.D. University of Virginia 2001
Professor Hind specializes in Mexican studies and has published a book of interviews with Mexican women writers (2003), as well as interviews with Mexican men authors in academic journals. Her forthcoming articles include an essay on lesbianism in Rosario Castellanos (winner, Feministas Unidas Essay Contest 2005), an article on the contemporary image of Sor Juana Ins de la Cruz, and a study of language and gender in Cristina Rivera Garza's work. Hind also works with Mexican film and has published articles on the subject, in addition to co-editing a double edition of Discourse on Mexican cinema. Professor Hind is currently investigating the changing concept of Mexican nationalism.
Mexican Studies: Literature, Film, History, Culture Spanish-language Literature with an emphasis on womens writing Literary Theory Foreign Language Pedagogy
SPAN 2030, 2nd Year Spanish I SPAN 2040, 2nd Year Spanish II SPAN 3050, 3rd Year Spanish I SPAN 3060, 3rd Year Spanish II SPAN 4190, 20th-Century Span Am Prose SPAN 5190, 20th-Century Span Am Prose SPAN 5120, Contemporary Mexican Women Writers SPAN 5900, Practicum in College Teaching