Texas Tech University

Spanish Faculty

Dr. Alicia Z. Miklos

Miklos

Assistant Professor of Spanish
Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 2015

Email

Alicia.miklos@ttu.edu

Useful Links

Academic CV
Academia.edu profile

Courses Commonly Taught

  • Latin American Cultural Expressions: Music, Food, Ethnicity, Family, and Gender
  • La literatura latinoamericana de denuncia de los siglos XX y XXI
  • Mass Media in Latin America
  • Music, Art, Film, and Photography in the Americas (Spanish Conversation)
  • Central American Literature and Cultural Studies

Areas of Research

  • Contemporary Latin American Literatures and Cultures
  • Central American narrative and investigative journalism
  • Latin American Cultural Studies
  • Mass Media Studies
  • Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
  • Gender Violence

Selected Publications

  • Miklos, Alicia Z. “La batlla sobre la Ley 779 en Nicaragua: En defensa de las mujeres o de la familia.” Istmo: Revista virtual de estudios literarios y culturales centroamericanos 33 (2017).
  • Portillo, Suyapa and Alicia Miklos. “Central Americans Under Trump: Uncertainty on Both Side of the Border.” LASA Forum 48.2 (2017).
  • Miklos, Alicia. “El femicidio en la nota roja nicaraguense: Mito, melodrama y la lógica punitiva bajo el neoliberalismo.” (Re)Imgainar Centroamérica en el siglo XXI. Eds. Maureen Shea, Uriel Quesada y Ignacio Sarmiento. San José: URUK Editores, 2017.
  • Miklos, Alicia. "Desnaturalizar, historizar, transformar: La radio feminista en el programa 'Cuerpos sin-vergüenzas.'" Carátula 72 (2016).
  • Miklos, Alicia. "Mediated Intimacies: State Intervention and Gender Violence in Nicaragua." Encuentro: Revista Académica de la Universidad Centroamericana 100 (2015): 6-37.
  • Miklos, Alicia. "Derechos pospuestos: Lo érotico y el diario íntimo en Cenizas de Izalco." Istmo: Revista Virtual de estudios literarios y culturales centroamericanos 27-28 (2014).
  • Miklos, Alicia. "Justicia estatal y revictimización de género en Nicaragua: El día que me quieras (Jaugey, 1999)." Revista de historia IHNCA-UCA 29 (2013).

Professional Association Offices Held

Awards and Honors

  • Graduate Student Grant Competition, The Ohio State University Office of International Affairs. "Utopia and Dystopia: Responses to Sexual Violence in Nicaraguan feminism." 2012
  • Tinker Field Research Grant, The Ohio State University, Center for Latin American Studies. "Utopia and Dystopia: Responses to Sexual Violence in Nicaraguan feminism." 2012
  • Outstanding Graduate Student, Department of Modern Languages, Spanish. Ohio University, 2008
  • Sigma Delta Pi Spanish Honors Society, Ohio University, 2006-2009