Brenda Cappuccio

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Spanish

Associate Professor
Professor Cappuccio is Assistant Professor of Spanish, specializing in Hispanic poetry and contemporary Hispanic narrative. She holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Elementary and Secondary Education from Indiana-Purdue University and a Ph.D. in Spanish from the University of Kentucky.

Research Interest

Contemporary Spanish women writers
Contemporary Uruguayan writers
The postwar Spanish novel
Feminist criticism

Courses Taught

Approximations to Hispanic Literature
Contemporary Spanish Women Writers
Readings in Modern Spanish Literature
The Spanish Detective Novel
Spanish for Business

Office

Rm. 333, Diffenbaugh
850-644-3827
bcappuccio@fsu.edu
MWF 10-11 & 12:15-1:15and by appointment

Selected Publications

  • "Fictional Afterlife: Narrative Ending in Selected Contemporary Spanish Writers" to be published in in The Journal of the Humanities; chapter "Gloria et al." (40-51) in In Her Words: Critical Studies on Gloria Fuertes, Margaret H. Persin, ed. (Bucknell UP: Lewisburg, 2011)
  • Translations of poems in the Apalachee Review 48 (Spring 2000) and the Mississippi Review 28:3 (2000); "Black Birds at the Windows," translation of Margarita Merino's poem "Pájaros negros junto a los ventanales." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 10:3 (Summer 1997), 6-11
  • "The Concept of Time in Victoria Urbano's Los nueve círculos" in an homenaje to Urbano edited by Adelaida Martínez, summer 1992
  • "Hambre y poesía: una breve biografía de Gloria Fuertes." Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea 18:2 (1993), 323-44 "Twisted Systems and Sisters: A Structuralist Analysis of La casa de Bernarda Alba." Hispanic Journal XIII:2 (1991-92, 37-46
  • "Hambre y poesía: una breve biografía de Gloria Fuertes." Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea 18:2 (1993), 323-44 "Twisted Systems and Sisters: A Structuralist Analysis of La casa de Bernarda Alba." Hispanic Journal XIII:2 (1991-92, 37-46
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