Fulton School of Liberal Arts

Associate Dean

Dr. Keith Brower

Dr. Brower is associate dean of the Fulton School of Liberal Arts and Professor of Modern Languages and Intercultural Studies.  An SU graduate (B.A. in English and Spanish, 1979), he earned his Ph.D. in Spanish, with a minor in Portuguese, from Penn State University (1985), where he specialized in Spanish American and Brazilian fiction.  Since coming to SU as a faculty member in 1997, following eleven years at Dickinson College, including four as chair of Dickinson’s Department of Spanish and Portuguese, he has focused his teaching and research on all things related to Spain.  He has focused his developmental work at SU on international education and transformational, comprehensive curriculum reform, particularly that found in the Fulton School's new (since 2007) four-credit course model.  Besides curriculum reform and international education issues, Dr. Brower's recent Associate Dean work has also focused on grants and faculty development.  Dr. Brower served as chair of SU's Department of Modern Languages and Intercultural Studies 1999-2007 and is the founding director of the SU Summer Program in Málaga, Spain.  He has two books in print—Contemporary Latin American Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography (Salem Press, 1989) and Jorge Amado: New Critical Essays (Routledge, 2001), the latter co-edited with colleagues at Dickinson and Vanderbilt University—and a third—Catholicism in Spain and Latin America: History, Culture, Tradition and Change—in progress.

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1101 Camden Avenue
Salisbury, MD  21801
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