Sonia Rey-Montejo

Associate Professor of Spanish
Degree
Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder, Colorado.
M.A., University of Iowa, Iowa
B.A., Knox College, Galesburg, IL
At St. Thomas since 2007
Office
OEC 464
Hours
On leave (Spring 2017)
Phone
(651) 962-5139
Fax
(651) 962-5266
Mail
#5027

Professor Rey-Montejo’s research interests focus on issues of race, gender, identity, and social inequality in twentieth and twenty-first century Latin-America. She has published and presented on numerous international conferences on topics related to Hispanic Caribbean narrative, Caribbean Diaspora in the U.S, and Afro-Latino studies. Her current research projects are closely related to Hispanic Caribbean cultural representations in literature, film, music and art. She has taught a variety of courses focusing on Spanish grammar, Latin American culture and literature (survey and topic courses), Ethnicity & Multiculturalism, and U.S. Latino Culture and Literature. Additionally, Dr. Rey-Montejo has led several study abroad programs in different locations such as Málaga, Spain (2009); Cuernavaca, México (2010); Seville, Spain (2011); and Havana, Cuba (2014).

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