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Gabriela
Romero-Ghiretti

Gabriela
Romero-Ghiretti

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Gabriela Romero-Ghiretti

Gabriela Romero-Ghiretti

Associate Professor, Spanish

Library and Academic Resources Center 011B
(636) 627-2508
gromero-ghiretti@lindenwood.edu


Biographical Information

Dr. Gabriela Romero-Ghiretti is an associate professor of Spanish, supervisor of the Foreign Languages Center, and chair of the Foreign Languages Department at Lindenwood University. Dr. Romero-Ghiretti obtained her B.A. in English and teacher training at National University of Cuyo, in Mendoza, Argentina. She then attended Washington University in St. Louis, Mo, where she earned her M.A. in Spanish, a graduate certificate in language instruction, and her Ph.D. in Hispanic languages and literatures. She has extensive teaching experience both domestically and abroad designing and teaching courses on language, literature, and culture, including seminars on the Spanish-American short story, the novel of the Mexican Revolution, and the role of women in Hispanic societies, among others. Her research interests include Latin American women writers; women and gender studies; avant-garde literature; gender and modernity, and language acquisition through literature. As a University citizen, she works to support diversity and multiculturalism. She particularly supports international students who work as tutors in the Foreign Languages Lab, training them for the job market and serving as a reference to employers. She has published in peer-reviewed journals and received awards in teaching and writing. She regularly presents papers in conferences domestically and abroad.

Academic Interests

  • LatinX identity
  • Diversity and multiculturalism
  • Latin American women writers
  • Women and gender studies
  • Gender and modernity
  • Language acquisition through literature
  • Composition and academic writing

Courses Taught

Dr. Romero-Ghiretti has taught the following courses:

  • English Composition I
  • Elementary Spanish I and II
  • Intermediate Spanish I and II
  • Advanced Oral Expression and Grammar
  • Advanced Written Expression and Grammar
  • Latin American Culture and Civilization
  • Masterpieces of Spanish American Literature
  • Masterpieces of Peninsular Spanish Literature
  • The Novel of the Mexican Revolution
  • The Spanish-American Short Story
  • The Role of Women in Hispanic Societies
  • Latin American Modern Cities
  • Hispanic (Mis)Representations
  • LatinX Literature 
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