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Teresa Mendez-Faith

1979 - Ph.D. University of Michigan. Spanish Studies.
1974 - M.A., University of Michigan. Spanish Studies.
1971 - B.A., University of Michigan. Spanish Studies.

Research Interest and Background

My teaching, research and publications reflect my interest and training in both language acquisition and Hispanic Literature and Culture. I specialize in Contemporary Latin American Literature, particularly in the areas of 20th Century Narrative, Paraguayan Literature, the Theater, Women Writers, and Hispanic Literature and Culture through Film. Visit my personal webpage for more information about my personal and academic backgrounds, links to sites of literary and cultural interest, as well as links to online versions of some of my books.


Following is a list of courses that I regularly teach.

  • SP 201-202     Intermediate Spanish I and II
  • SP 353 Advanced Spanish Conversation
  • SP 356 Intro. to Latin American Culture and Civilization
  • SP 358 Intro. to Spanish-American Literature
  • SP 366 Contemporary Spanish-American Literature
  • SP 367 Hispanic Short Story

Following is a list of courses I have taught in the past and/or teach from time to time

  • SP371-372   Selected Topics in Spanish
  • SP400-401   Spanish Senior Seminar
  • SP301-302  Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition
  • SP365 Modern Spanish-American Literature
  • SP371  ST: Latin American Women Writers
  • SP371  ST: Works by Isabel Allende
  • SP372  ST: Contemporary Latin American Theater
  • SP372  ST: Latin American Literature and Film
  • SP400 Senior Seminar: The theme of "the conquest" in Latin American Literature
  • SP 401 Senior Seminar: Hispanic Nobel Winners in Literature

Contact Information

Prof. Mendez-Faith
Teresa Méndez-Faith

Professor, Spanish Studies
Department of Modern Languages
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102

(603) 641-7005

Office: 407 Alumni Hall

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