Dr. Susan Larson
Qualia Professor of Spanish
Ph.D., University of Arizona
In the Fall of 2021 Professor Susan Larson will be a Fulbright Senior Scholar in Spain. In the Spring of 2022 she will hold a residential fellowship at the Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies, an international research center of the Universidad Autónoma of Madrid and the Casa de Velázquez, the Madrid branch of the Écoles Françaises à L'Étranger.
Urban Studies, Cultural Geography and Spatial Theory, the Historical Avant-Garde, Spanish Film, Contemporary Spanish Literature
Professor Larson's research has been funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board and HISPANEX (the Program for Cultural Cooperation Between the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports and United States Universities).
Courses Commonly Taught
Cultural Resistance in Social Space; The Death of the Novel in the Age of the Internet; The 'Other' Generation of 27; Advanced Readings in Critical Theory; Hispanic Cities; Spanish Cinema; U.S. Latino Politics and Culture; Space, Place and Culture; Language, Image, Power
- Language, Image and Power in Luso-Hispanic Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice. Routledge, 2021.
- Architecture and the Urban in Spanish Film. Intellect Books, 2021.
- “Nature, the Monumental and Urban Technological Networks in Víctor Moreno's Edificio España (2012) and La ciudad oculta (2018) / Naturaleza, lo monumental y las redes tecnológicas urbanas en Edificio España (2012) y La ciudad oculta (2018) de Víctor Moreno.” ZARCH: Journal in Interdisciplinary Studies in Architecture and Urbanism 16 (2021): 12-31.
Hispanic Urban Studies
Palgrave-Macmillan Book Series Co-Editor
CMLL Spanish Program
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