Latin American studies, cross-cultural studies, and international studies
The use of media as a language learning tool and learning disabilities in the language classroom
Student usage and attitudes towards mobile phones in Sweden, the US, Japan, and Korea
Empirical research in applied linguistics with a focus on the development of communicative-based teaching materials for students of Arabic
Ranieri Moore Cavaceppi
Sixteenth century Italian Hospitaller Knights and twentieth century literature and modern cinema
Empirical research methods with audiovisual technology for second language learning.
Literature and cinema of Quebec and modern French and German poetry.
North African literature and cultural productions.
Shaghaf Hazimeh Glueck
Teaching, speaking and using authentic material in teaching foreign languages
Latin American poetry, Colombian and Central American studies, Afro-Latin American culture and music
Immigration and the Latino community
Russian linguistics and literature
Political, economic, social and cultural issues in Francophone Africa and international development
Francophone writers from Maghreb and sub-Saharan Africa, issues of exile, migration, hybridity, transnational culture, and postcolonial condition.
Arabic language, literature, and culture in the medieval and Pre-Modern Islamic world.
Marginality, feminism, nepantlismo, and transfronterismo in Latin America
German, English, and French literature from the Romanticism to the present.
16th and 17th century French literature, the history of ideas, international studies, and language teaching and methodology
Marginalized literature of the German speaking exile in Latin America
Intersection between culture and political identity in Cuba, radical politics in Latin America, cultural relations between Spain and the Caribbean, and the make-up of cities and cultural representation
Instructed second language acquisition, in particular, the role of form-focused instruction and corrective feedback in language learning
Language and linguistics and cultural studies, particularly the impact and evolution of dance in Hispanic societies
Impact of migration on cultural production and narratives of violence and poverty.
Professor Werth specializes in contemporary Latin American Theatre. Her areas of interest include performance, memory studies, documentary theatre, and film. She teaches courses on diverse aspects of the Southern Cone, including Postdictatorial literature, performance, and human rights.
Japanese phonology, Japanese language pedagogy and material preparations, Kanji study
Philosophy, literature, culture, and communication.
Literature and culture of late imperial China.