Diego Ubiera

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
English Studies School of Arts and Sciences
Diego Ubiera, Ph.D. Literature, English Studies
978.665.3610 Office: Miller Hall 209
Office Hours
Spring 2022

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Courses Taught

Writing I (ENGL 1100)
Writing II (ENGL 1200)
Hispanic Literature & Culture (ENGL 2003)
Literature & Film (ENGL 2330)
World Literature I (ENGL 2400)
World Literature II (ENGL 2500)
Ethnic American Literature (ENGL 2660)
Caribbean Literature (ENGL 3720)
Senior Seminar: Aesthetics and Revolution (ENGL 4400)

Background

Ph.D., University of California, San Diego (Literature)
M.A., University of California, San Diego (Spanish Literature)
B.A., North Carolina State University (World Literature and Music)

Latin American and Caribbean Literature (19th and 20th Century)
World Literature (19th and 20th century)
Comparative Caribbean Literature (Spanish, English, French)
Introduction to Latin American Studies
Afro-Latin American Literature
US Latino Literature
Literature of the Andes
Film in Latin America
Literature of the African Diaspora
Latin American Detective Fiction
Culture and Society in Latin America
Latin American Political Economy

Thornton, B. J., & Ubiera, D. I. (2019). Caribbean Exceptions: The Problem of Race and Nation in Dominican Studies. Latin American Research Review, 54(2), 413–428.  DOI: http://doi.org/10.25222/larr.346

Ubiera, D.I.. "An Introduction to Afro-Dominican Studies." The Routledge Handbook of Afro-Latin American Studies. Edited by Bernd Reiter. Forthcoming.