Dr. Charlene F. KalinoskiProfessor
Department: Modern Languages
Office: 118 Lucas Hall
- Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania (Romance Languages - Spanish), 1989
- M.A. University of Pennsylvania (Romance Languages - Spanish), 1981
- B.A. College of William and Mary (Spanish), 1978.
Research & Teaching Interests:
- Spanish Language from elementary through advanced levels
- Spanish Literature, especially Golden Age and Nineteenth Century
- Intensive Learning courses in Spanish-speaking countries
- The writings of Sor Maria de Jesus de Agreda, especially the Mystical City of God and her correspondence with Philip IV
- The use of Closed Captioned programs in Spanish as a language-learning tool
"Calling Students to Transformation." Doing More with Life: Connecting Christian Higher Education to a Call to Service. Ed. Michael R. Miller. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2007.
"The Other Side of the Same Coin: Nationalism in Sab and Jane Eyre." Hispanofila (UNC-Chapel Hill), January 2001.
"Study Abroad in Costa Rica: Some Practical Advice and a Review of Forester Instituto Internacional." FLAVA Bulletin, Spring 1993.
"Brasil, O pais e o povo." Video Program, Newsletter of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, 29 (1991).
"Ideologia y literatura en Alberto Lista" by Diego Martinez Torron, Book Review, Hispanic Review (Fall 1994).
"Centers of Culture: Continuity and Change in the Humanities" Vol. III, by Henry Sayre, for Prentice Hall Publishers (May 2003).
"Guadalupe" by Carla Zarebska, research and texts; Alejandro Gomez de Tuddo, photographs; Jacqueline Robinson Lopez, translator; Book Review for Sixteenth Century Review (Winter 2007).
"The Humanities: Culture, Continuity and Change," Vol. VI, by Henry Sayre, for Pearson Prentice Hall (May 2006).