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Marian M. Ortuņo, Ph.D.

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Associate Professor of Spanish

Baylor University
One Bear Place #97393
Waco, TX 76798-7393
254-710-6752
Old Main 117
Marian_Ortuno@baylor.edu

Fall 2014 Office Hours: MW 1:00-3:00, TR 9:00-11:00, and by appointment

Education
Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literatures, Spanish Literature of the 16th and 17th centuries (1973)
University of Michigan

Master of Arts in Spanish Language and Literature (1969)
University of Michigan

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language and Literature (1967)
Queens College, City University of New York

Courses Taught
Elementary Spanish, Thesis, Introduction to Hispanic Literature, Accelerated Elementary Spanish, Cervantes

Research Interests
Spanish Golden Age Literature, Cross-cultural Studies

Selected Recent Publications
Ortuño, Marian. "Reading Las Meninas: An Ekphrastic Approach to Teaching Don Quijote." Hispania (2012).

"Developing Web-Based Courses to Promote Cross-Cultural Communication (1): The Power of Image and Word--Teaching Cervantes' Don Quijote with Blackboard." SOCALLT '02. Creating Cross-Cultural Communication: A Critical Goal of Technology-Enhanced Language Instruction Ed. Ute S. Lahaie. New York: Writer's Club Press, 2002.

"Values and Education in the Emerging Multicultural Society: Awareness and Fairness." Finding the Middle Ground. Insights and Applications of the Values Orientations Method. Ed. Kurt Russo. Yarmouth, Maine: Intercultural Press, 2000.

"Value Orientations and Foreign Language Study." Finding the Middle Ground. Insights and Applications of the Values Orientations method . Ed. Kurt Russo. Yarmouth, Maine: Intercultural Press, 2000.

"Teaching Language Skills and Cultural Awareness with Spanish Painting." Hispania 77 (1994): 500-511.

"Cross-Cultural Awareness in the Foreign Language