Miriam Borrero Robledo holds a BA in Secondary Education: Teaching of Spanish from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico and an MA in Hispanic Studies from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez. She has collaborated with articles for the academic journals Caribe and Caribbean Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, as well as for the book Hablan sobre Julia (Reflexiones en su Centenario). She joined the PhD program in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Studies in 2019 and her research interests include the 19th-century Spanish novel, the link between the verbal and the visual in Spanish literature, and the role of space and scenery in narrative texts.
Research interests: 19th-century Spanish novel, verbal and visual aspects in Spanish literature, the analysis of the formal elements in narratives, the role of space in literary texts, gender studies.
Recent Courses in RLL
- SPAN 10200 Beginning Elementary Spanish II (Winter 2022)
- SPAN 22324 Empire and Nation in Modern Spain (Winter 2024)