Associate Professor of Spanish
Coordinator of World Languages
Address: Dean Hall, Room 116F - 402 West O Street Russellville, AR 72801
Fax: (479) 964-0539
Education: PhD. in Hispanic Languages and Literatures, University of California, Berkeley (May 2005). Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Latin American Literature, with interests in Ideology and Aesthetics, Literary and Cultural Theory: Poetry, Novel, Short-Story genres, and Mass Media Studies.
He has published two poetry collections: Azulejos de cerca (Lima, 1990), and El polen de los helicopteros (Lima, 1998), as well as articles in academic journals.
Currently, Dr. Ramirez is editing his dissertation entitled “‘Novela Total’ y ‘Novela Joven’ en el Perú: ciudad, ideología e identidad”, to publish it in the field of literary criticism as Micro-totalidades: representaciones del neoliberalismo en la novela de los 90 en América Latina.
Interests:Creative Writing, Theater, Film, Television, Journalism, Music, Traveling, Cafes,
Bars, Astronomy, Cuisine, Fishing, etc.
Click here to see Dr. Ramirez read his poetry and discuss the problems of translating poetry with Dr. Michael Karl Ritchies Poetry Workshop.