Marian M. Ortuņo, Ph.D.
Ph.D. - 1973 University of Michigan (Romance Languages and Literatures, Spanish Literature of the 16th and 17th centuries)
M.A. - (1969) University of Michigan (Spanish Language and Literature)
B.A. - (1967) Queens College, City University of New York (Spanish Language and Literature)
Spanish Golden Age Literature, Cross-cultural Studies
Selected Recent Publications
"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 Class: The Kluckhohn Model." The Modern Language Journal 75 (1991): 449-459.