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Chase Fulford

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PhD Candidate, Hispanic Studies, Teaching Assistant of Spanish (Instructor of Record)

I am a Ph.D. candidate in Hispanic Studies with a concentration in contemporary Spanish novel and culture. My dissertation currently focuses on the novelistic series by Benjamín Prado titled "Los casos de Juan Urbano." For this project, I am analyzing the five novels in his series using the theoretical framework of Linda Hutcheon's work on historiographic metafiction. Before coming to UGA, I earned my Master of Arts in Spanish (M.A.) and Master of Arts in Teaching Spanish (M.A.T.) from Georgia Southern University.  

While working for the Department of Romance Languages at UGA, I have taught the full cycle of elementary and intermediate Spanish (1001-2002). In the Fall of 2022, I am currently teaching SPAN 2001 as well as SPAN 3030. For 3030, my goals are to have students examine canonical works of Spanish and Latin American literature while also improving their proficiency in Spanish through a variety of presentations and essays. In the summer of 2022, I worked as an auxiliar for UGA en España's Valencia program. During this time, I assisted with the study abroad experience comprising of excursions, coursework, and daily activities for a group of students studying in Spain for 7 weeks in Spain. 

Research Interests:

Modern and Contemporary Spanish Literature; Spanish Civil War; Post-civil war Spanish novel; Historical and cultural memory; Postmodernism and its literary and cultural manifestations; and the novel as a genre

Courses Regularly Taught:

University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia

Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies (expected graduation in Spring 2023)

Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA

B.A. Modern Languages with a concentration in Spanish (2013) 

M.A. Spanish (2015)

M.A.T. Spanish (2015)

Major Professor

Department Head

Committee Members

Associate Professor of Spanish
Professor of Spanish Literature

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