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Marcela Garza

Marcela Garza
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Ph.D. Student/Latinx Studies/Teaching Assistant of Spanish
Interests:

Latinx Studies /Chicanx Studies/ Women's Studies/ Latin American and Caribbean literature. 

Marcela Garza specializes in contemporary Latinx narrative and in particular Afro-Latina's narrative of the Caribbean and Brazil. Her current research involves cross-cultural literary analysis of texts of women writers of African descent from the Americas (Spanish-speaking, Haiti, and from Brazil). 

 

Education:

M.A.  University of Georgia (May 2019)

B.A. University of North Carolina at Asheville (May 2012)

Major Professor

Associate Professor of Spanish

Committee Members

Assistant Professor of Spanish/Latinx Studies
Associate Professor of Portuguese

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