Alejandra Gutierrez

Teaching Faculty I
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Office: 306 Diffenbaugh

Email: agutierrez@fsu.edu

Alejandra Gutierrez is an instructor of Spanish. She earned her PhD at the University of Virginia in 2011. She specializes in Contemporary Hispanic literature from twentieth and twenty first centuries. She also studied theater in Venezuela and is interested in translation.

Research Interests:

  • Contemporary Hispanic Literature and Media
  • Contemporary Hispanic Theater
  • The representation of the author in Post-modern Hispanic literature
  • Autofiction

Publications

  • "Muerte y resurrección del autor en la narrativa de Enrique Vila Matas". La nueva literatura hispánica. 18. 2014
  • "La escritura progresiva de Leonardo Valencia, o el autor somos todos". Bulletin of Spanish Studies. 91:4. 2014.
  • "Entrevista. Leonardo Valencia". Hispamérica. 115. 2010.
  • "La relación casa-poder en dos novelas de José Donoso". Divergencias. Revista de Estudios Lingüísticos y Literarios. 8:1. 2010.

Courses Taught at FSU

  • Advanced Grammar and Composition
  • Spanish Reading and Conversation
  • Hispanic Theater and Performance
  • Approach to Hispanic Literature
  • Readings from Early Spanish America
  • Readings in Modern Spanish Literature
  • Intermediate Spanish