Contemporary Latin American literature, culture, and film
Memory, rumors, insile, violence, identity, gender, class and race stigmatization in Argentina Literature
Students have said, “the professor uses discussions / arguments to make us think critically,” “she expresses enthusiasm for the subject and cares for her students,” “the teacher, she is exceptional at what she does,” and “learning about the different conflicts and opening my eyes to a whole new perspective different than in any other history class.”
Pubill, Corinne and Brignole, Francisco (2016) Miradas desobedientes: María Teresa Andruetto ante la crítica. vol. 2. pp. 296. Albatros.
Pubill, Corinne (2016) "Estigmatizaciones sociales: entre ausencias y presencias en Los Manchados". Miradas desobedientes. vol. 2. pp. 165-183. Albatros.
Pubill, Corinne (2015) "Represores y torsión poética de resistencia en Madrugada negra de Cristián Rodríguez". Senderos de Violencia. vol. 1. pp. 309-326. Albatros.
Fall 2019SPAN 336 SURVEY OF LATIN AMERICAN LIT (Fall 2019)Study of the evolution of Latin American literature. Provides students with the opportunity to read, analyze, discuss and write about seminal works by representative writers from each literary movement and genre. Recommended Prerequisite or Corequisite: SPAN 310. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IB (Prior to Fall 2008: IA).Spring 2020SPAN 310 ORAL & WRITTEN COMPOSITION (Spring 2020)Develops facility to sustain oral and written discussion in Spanish. Students practice the basic patterns of Spanish syntax and develop vocabulary by preparing frequent oral and written compositions. Prerequisite: SPAN 202 or appropriate score on department placement exam. Three hours per week with enhancement.SPAN 400 ADV STYLISTICS & ORAL EXPRES (Spring 2020)Refinement and sophistication of written and oral expression in Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 310 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement.SPAN 496 SPAN INDEPENDENT STUDY (Spring 2020)Individual study in any area of the language, culture, or literature of the Spanish-speaking world, with the advice and direction of a member of the department. May be repeated with new content for a maximum of eight credits. Prerequisite: Junior standing, permission of department chair.
- Awards/HonorsPresident's Diversity AwardPresented by Salisbury University
Fulton International Education AwardPresented by Fulton School
- Professional MembershipsConfabulaciones (Journal of Argentina Literature)Confabulaciones is an interdisciplinary publication dedicated to the study of Argentine literature and edited by the Interdisciplinary Institute of Argentine and Comparative Literatures (IILAC) of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the National University of Tucumán, Argentina.
- Presentations"Zonas fronterizas argentinas y opresiones en La mamacoca de Libertad Demitrópulos"May 2017Latin American Studies Associations, Lima, Perú
"Modos de resistencias en Los manchados de María Teresa Andruetto"May 2016Latin American Studies Associations, New York
"Perversion sexual y ficcionalización del Almirante Eduardo Massera en Informe bajo llave"November 2014National Women’s Studies Association , Puerto Rico, San Juan
- Artistic Highlights
- Service Activities and Community Relations
Director, Study Abroad Program in Argentina. Winter 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2019.
Co-organizer (with Dr. Sally Perret), Sobremesas. Spanish Conversation Group. 2016-2018.
Co-director (with Dr. Dunn, Sociology Department), Pinehurst Elementary After-school Tutoring Program. Around 25-30 Salisbury University Students per semester / onsite one day per week. 2012-2017.
- External Collaboration Highlights
External collaboration for Narradoras argentinas (Editorial Editorial University of Villa María EDUVIM, Córdoba, Argentina). The collection aims to rescue and disseminate works by relevant writers that remained unpublished, forgotten or lost. Accompanied by studies of important researchers, it tries to show the fertile diversity of voices, positions and aesthetics of the Argentina writers. 2017-present.
Outreach initiative to K-12 at Pinehurst Elementary School, Salisbury. This program, Philosophy for Children, is co-led by by Dr. Cristina Cammarano and Dr. Corinne Pubill and offers a weekly bilingual discussion groups to children who speak both Spanish and English. The goal is to support emergent literacies by developing critical thinking and argumentation skills. Fall 2018.
- Press Releases
SU OLAS Members Celebrate Pinehurst Elementary Mentorship Program
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
SU Celebrates Women's History Month in March
Tuesday, March 03, 2009