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 My name is Flor Adams and I am originally from North Carolina where I completed my Master's in Spanish, focusing on sociolinguistics, at UNC Charlotte. I am a PhD student here at UGA in Hispanic Linguistics and am also completing the graduate certificates in Women's Studies and Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies. Currently, I teach SPAN 1001/1002/1110. My research interests include: Post-structuralism/Post-humanism and Queer theory,…
I'm a second-year Ph.D. student in Romance Language Linguistics and instructor of record for SPAN 2001.  Between completing my M.A. and starting my Ph.D. here at UGA, I was a lecturer for 5 years at SUNY Potsdam in Northern New York teaching Spanish, French, and English for non-native speakers. I also volunteered with AFS as a liaison and orientation coordinator for high school students from abroad studying in the U.S. Study abroad holds…
Erín Bolívar is a scholar of Hispanic and Italian Studies and a fourth year PhD student in the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Georgia.  Her research focuses on the portrayal of the Virgen Mary in the visual arts and literature in both Spain and Italy primarily during the 15th - 17th centuries, as well as some representations of the 19th and 20th centuries.  As a Marian scholar, she focuses on the connections…
My name is Álvaro Ley Garrido and I'm currently a third-year PhD student in Hispanic Studies at UGA. I also serve as a Teaching Assistant in the Spanish Program (SPAN 2001/2550). My currents field are Spanish Golden Age culture and Latinx Studies, but I've been working in Nineteenth century Peninsular literature for the last years and my interests have guided me to work in Translation studies as well.
Ximena Luna is passionate about engagement, outreach, diversity, and inclusion. Her research interests are Latinx Studies, Latin American literature, cultural studies, and Mexican American culture. As a Spanish Instructor, she hopes to continue supporting students in higher education to reach their fullest potential.

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