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Catherine Bryan


Bryan_Catherine_09.jpgContact Information

Office: Clow Faculty 333
Phone: (920) 424-0910
Fax: (920) 424-7289







  • Ph.D., University of Minnesota - Minneapolis
  • M.A., University of Minnesota - Minneapolis
  • B.A., Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota



  • 19th and 20th century Latin American literature and culture
  • Women's literatures
  • Indigenismo


Teaching and Research Interests

My current research focuses on issues related to women of the Latin American avant garde in both artistic and political terms (Magda Portal, Patrícia Galvão, Frida Kahlo), visual culture studies and film studies in the Latin American context, and in the area of Andean studies. I am working on a project that focuses on nostalgia, resistance and the legend of the secret treasure of the Incas. I incorporate my research into my teaching and thus these issues and themes are present in my courses.


Recent Courses

  • 049-204 Intermediate Reading
  • 049-314 Introduction to Spanish and Latin American Literature
  • 049-301 Advanced Composition and Conversation I
  • 049-304 Advanced Composition and Conversation II
  • 049-325 Latin American Literature of the 19th and the 20th Centuries
  • 049-364 Special Topics in Latin American Literature courses:
  • Latin American Magical Realism
  • Latin American Literature and Film
  • Latin American Indigenista Literature
  • Latin American Literatures and Human Rights
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