Dana C. Bultman (Ph.D. 1998 Comparative Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison) specializes in the literature of Early Modern Spain, women writers, poetry, and cultural and literary theory. She is the author of Heretical Mixtures: Feminine and Poetic Opposition to Matter-Spirit Dualism in Spain 1531-1631. In addition to specialized graduate courses, she teaches SPAN 3030 Intro to Hispanic Literatures, ROML 2550 Intro to US Latinx Studies, and SPAN 4040 Medieval to Baroque Spain. Her FYOS, "Working with Rare Books and Manuscripts," taught with Hargrett Librarian Anne Meyers Devine, guides freshman as they conduct research on primary source archival materials. She is Associate Academic Director for Public Programs at the Willson Center for Humanities & Arts, Book Review Editor (Americas) for Calíope the journal of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry, and past President of GEMELA, Grupo de Estudios sobre la Mujer en España y las Américas pre-1800.
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