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Manuel Ortuño

Manuel Ortuno

Professor of Spanish. (1975)

Baylor University
One Bear Place #97393
Waco, TX 76798-7393
Old Main 200A
FAX 254-710-3799

Fall 2014 Office Hours: MTWR 2:00-3:15

Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literatures (1973)
University of Michigan

Master of Arts in Spanish Language and Literature (1967)
Ohio State University

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (1963)
Ohio State University

Articles in Professional Journals
"The Spanish Franciscans of Twentieth-Century Texas and the Role of Mediterranean Culture in Their Ministry," Catholic Southwest: A Journal of History and Culture 14 (2003):29-50.

"Organizing Principles and Performance Objectives for Courses in Foreign Culture," Hispania: A Journal Devoted to the Teaching of Spanish and Portuguese 71 (1988): 190-93.

"Revisions of Their Significance in Quevedo's 'Poema heroico a Cristo resucitado,' "Hispanógrafila 28 (1984): 47-54.

"Religious Ritual in the Poetry of Francisco de Quevedo," Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 15 (1981): 251-64

Research Interests
Cultural Studies, Pedagogy

Courses Taught
Intermediate Spanish For Teachers, Spanish Civilization, Accelerated Elementary Spanish, Introduction to Hispanic Literature, Intermediate Spanish, Elementary Spanish, Studies in Caribbean Region, Special Studies in Spanish