Division of Humanities and the ArtsDepartment
Foreign Languages & Literatures
Dulce M. Garcia, Ph.D., Georgetown University, Associate Professor of Spanish, specializes in late Medieval and Golden age Spanish literature, Spanish linguistics, critical theory, and foreign language pedagogy. Director of the CCNY-Spain Summer Program and the CCNY-UNTREF Program in Buenos Aires, Argentina. CCNY "Outstanding Teaching Award" 2007. Among her publications are Espada, escudo y espejo: el lenguaje como tema en las novelas de Diego de San Pedro (1996), Conexiones (1st ed: 1999; 2nd ed. 2002, 3rd ed. 2004, 4th ed: 2009, 5th ed: 2013), a college intermediate Spanish textbook published by Prentice Hall; two collections of prose poems: La tarea de estar (1999; 2006) and Adrede (2006), as well as several articles of Hispanic literature.
Ph.D., Georgetown University