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Frieda H. Blackwell

F. Blackwell

Professor of Spanish and Associate Dean for Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences

Baylor University
One Bear Place #97344
Waco, TX 76798-7344
Burleson 115

Fall 2014 Office Hours: MWF 10:10-11:15, TR 9:30-11:30, and other times by appointment.

Ph.D., 1983 Vanderbilt University (Spanish)
M.A., 1979 Vanderbilt University (Spanish)
B.A., 1976 Mars Hill College (Spanish and English)

Courses Taught
Readings in 20th Century Spanish Literature, Spanish Civilization, Intermediate Spanish, 19th Century Spanish Literature, Spanish Literature from the 18th Century

Research Interests
Twentieth-century Spanish Literature

Recent Publications
“Delibes’ El hereje, the Historical Novel, Protestantism and the Critique of Spain’s Catholic Church” Hispanic Journal. 34:1 (Spring, 2013), 43-56.
 “Teaching Carmen Martín Gaite’s Entre visillos” in Approaches to  Teaching the Works of Carmen Martín Gaite.  Ed. Joan Brown. New York: MLA, 2013, 26 – 34.

“Narrative Perspective in La novela de Pepe Ansúrez by Torrente Ballester,” Tabla redonda: Anuario de estudios torrentinos. Número 5 (2007) 67 - 80.
“Hidden politics and Serious Humor in Los ladrones somos gente honrada by Enrique Jardiel Poncela” Letras peninsulares, Fall/Winter 2006-2007,  223-233.
  “Food, Freedom, and Flashbacks in El dueño del secreto by Antonio Muñoz Molina”  Monographic Review/Revista  Monográfica, Vol. XXI, 2005, 206-219.
 “Roots of a Religious Crisis; García Lorca and the Libro de poems.” Hispania.  88:2, (May, 2005), 245-256.