Rosa Tapia is a native of Spain. She holds a Ph.D. in Spanish Literature from Penn State University, a M.A. in Spanish and Foreign Language Education from the University of Delaware, and a B.A. in English Philology from the University of Granada (Spain).
Professor Tapia teaches Spanish language, culture, literature and film at Lawrence. She received the Lawrence University Young Teacher Award in 2005.
Publications and research include a book on nationalism in late 20th century Spanish narrative, journal articles and conference presentations on national identities, historical memory, gender, and immigration on film.
Beginning and Intermediate Spanish Language
Introduction to Film
Gender, Politics and Current Events in Spain
Survey of Spanish Literature II: 18th - 21st century
20th Century Spanish Fiction
Click here for a description of all Spanish courses in the Lawrence course catalog
RECENT AND UPCOMING TALKS
Freshman Studies Lecture on Jorge Luis Borges' Collected Fictions. Listen online 2011 version.
“Americans in the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939): The International Brigades and the Wisconsin Connection.”
Winchester Academy. Waupaca. September 12, 2011, 6:30 p.m.
711 E. Boldt Way, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911