Hector N. Ramos Flores
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Ph.D. in Hispanic and Lusophone Literatures, Cultures, and Linguistics, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Areas of Expertise
- Latinx Studies
- Africana Studies
- Latin American Studies
- race, memory, trauma, and masculinity
Courses Currently Teaching
|SP125 A||Elementary Spanish I |
|SP125 B||Elementary Spanish I |
|SP132 A||Conversation and Composition in Salamanca |
|SP348 A||The Afro-Americas: Race, Power, and Subjectivity |
Héctor Nicolás Ramos Flores received his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities in Hispanic and Lusophone Literatures and Cultures in 2019, and and teaches courses in Spanish and Latinx Studies at Colby College. He researches the intersections of racial discourse, memory, and masculinity in Latinx, Caribbean, and Afro-Latin American communities. He has taught courses on Latinx and Afro-diasporic literatures and cultures in the Americas and has a forthcoming article on how the zombie figure complicates human right discourses through a racialized narrative on the island of Hispaniola in the open-access journal Hispanic Issues.
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