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, the Fantastic, Gender, Film, 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. In 2013, she was awarded an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation's Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Grant, and in 2014 the Technology Fellow Grant. Currently she is working on and researching the implementation of cultural analytics in her courses. She is also the co-editor of the volume (with Prof. Antonio Gil from the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain): El humanismo hispánico en la encrucijada universal de la comunicación.
Most recent article:
"Valuing Governance." Forging a Rewarding Career in the Humanities: Advice for Academics. Karla P. Zepeda, and Ellen Mayock, eds. Sense: Rotterdam, 2014. 141-48.
- Fundamental Spanish I ; (SPAN 103).
- Fundamental Spanish II (SPAN 104).
- Intermediate Spanish I (SPAN 201).
- Intermediate Spanish II (SPAN 202).
- Spanish Composition, Conversation and Culture (SPAN 301).
- Cultural Topics: The Complexity of the Spains (SPAN 306).
- Topics in Peninsular Literature and Culture: Women Writers 19th-21st Centuries. (SPAN 310).
- The Pleasure of the Text: Introduction to Literary/Cultural Studies (SPAN 345).
- From Realism to the Avant-Garde: Late 19th and Early 20th Century Peninsular Literature (SPAN 367).
- 20th and 21st Century Peninsular Literature and Culture.(SPAN 368).
- Senior Seminar: The Evolution of Fantastic Narrative (SPAN 400).
- Individualized Study-Tutorial. Peninsular Literature: Post Civil War Narrative (SPAN 450).
- Individualized Study-Tutorial. Peninsular Literature: The novels of Arturo Pérez Reverte (SPAN 450).
- Individualized Study-Tutorial. Peninsular Literature: Women Writers in Spain: From the Canon to the Bestseller (SPAN 450).
- From Madrid to Hollywood: Adventures in Cinema (FYS 152-3).
Chairperson/Associate Professor, Spanish
Phone: (717) 337 - 6865
Box: Campus Box 0411
Room 22 A
300 North Washington St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400
Contemporary Peninsular Narrative, Fantastic Literature, Film, Gender, Cultural Studies, Galician Studies.