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Dr. Carolina Alonso is available to comment on topics related to areas of interest or expertise. If you need further assistance, contact Public Affairs at 970-247-7401 or by email.
Dr. Carolina Alonso is an Assistant Professor of Spanish and Gender and Sexuality Studies at Fort Lewis College. Dr. Alonso’s research interests include US Latinx Literature, Latin American Literature, gender and sexuality studies, and queer theory. She is currently working on a book manuscript about exiles in Chicanx Queer Literature. She has published the following articles:
Upcoming. “The Coming-of-Age Experience in Chicanx Queer Novels.” Nerds, Goths, Geeks, and Freaks: Outsiders in Chican@/Latin@ Young Adult Fiction, edited by Trevor Boffone and Cristina Herrera, University Press of Mississippi, 2019.
Upcoming. “Teaching Queer Chicana Writers through Historical Research, Online Blogs and Podcasts.” Options for Teaching Series: Teaching the Narrative of Mexicana and Chicana Writers, edited by Elizabeth Martínez, The Modern Language Association of America, 2019.
"Abriendo caminos con las huellas del pasado: El Proyecto de Recuperación de la Herencia Literaria Hispana de los Estados Unidos." Plaza: Dialogues in Language and Literature [Online], 2.2 (2012): 105-112.
To read more about Dr. Alonso’s research, conference presentations, pedagogy, editorial and translation experience as well as her service and activism, visit her website: carolina-alonso.com
Five faculty members traveled to Tijuana, Mexico, to experience firsthand what life is like among the "migrant caravan" seeking refuge in the United States, a trip that affected them all professionally and personally. [3/20/19]