Spanish

Beatriz Trigo

Associate Professor

Spanish

Contact

Box

Campus Box 0411

Address

McKnight Hall
Room 33
300 North Washington St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400

Academic Focus

Contemporary Peninsular Narrative, Fantastic Literature, Film, Gender, Cultural Studies, Galician Studies.

Beatriz Trigo, Associate Professor at Gettysburg College, holds a Ph.D. in Peninsular Literature with concentration in Cultural Studies, and a M.A. in Latin American Literature from Arizona State University. In addition, she holds a B.A. in English Philology from the University of Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain.

Professor Trigo's research focuses on Peninsular Narrative, European Film, the Fantastic, Gender, Galician Studies, and the Digital Humanities/Digital Scholarship. She has published, both nationally and internationally, critical articles about the literature of canonical figures like Antonio Machado, Rosalía de Castro, Emilia Pardo Bazán, as well as film and the newest literary production in Galician narrative. Latest publications include:

“La investigación en el contexto de las humanidades digitales y el español LE/L2”. e-Research y español como lengua extranjera. Investigar en la era de las tecnologías. Mar Cruz Piñol, ed. Routledge. Forthcoming.

Indagaciones: Introducción a los estudios culturales Hispanos. Dellinger, Mary Ann; Mayock, Ellen and Trigo, Beatriz. Georgetown University Press, 2019. 

Entornos digitales: conceptualización y praxis, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, 2017. 

Amanece, que no es pocoo la dimensión utópica de la cultura pura hegeliana”, Romance Notes 52. 2 (2017): 255-66.

 

Classes Taught:

  • SPAN 101-Elementary Spanish I
  • SPAN 102-Elementary Spanish II
  • SPAN 201-Intermediate Spanish I
  • SPAN 202-Intermediate Spanish II
  • SPAN 301-Spanish Composition, Conversation and Culture. Topics: Peninsular Cinema.
  • SPAN 305-Textual Cultures: Methods and Theories.
  • SPAN 306-Cultural Topics: The Complexity of “the Spains”.
  • SPAN 310-Women Writers in Peninsular Literature: 19th-21st
  • SPAN 353-The Cinema of Spain.
  • SPAN 367-From Realism to the Avant-Garde: Late 19th and Early 20th Century Peninsular Literature.
  • SPAN 368-20th and 21st Century Peninsular Literature and Culture.
  • SPAN 400-Senior Seminar: The Evolution of Fantastic Narrative (SPAN 400).
  • SPAN 460-Individualized Study-Research. Peninsular Literature: Post Civil War Narrative.
  • SPAN 460-Individualized Study-Research. Peninsular Literature: The Novels of Arturo Pérez Reverte.
  • SPAN 460-Individualized Study-Research. Peninsular Literature: Women Writers in Spain: From the Canon to the Bestseller.
  • FYS 152-3-From Madrid to Hollywood: Adventures in Cinema.
  • WGS 220-Women in Film