Hours: Monday, Wednesday 1:00 - 2:00
Courses Taught: SPAN 330 and SPAN 160C1: The Arts and Politics of Latin America. Taught as honors courses: SPAN 350 and SPAN 210: Latin America on Film
College of Humanities' Innovation in Teaching Award, 2005
Provost's General Education Teaching Award, 2006
Dr. Beatriz Urrea holds a B.A. in Anthropology, M.A. in Comparative Literature, and Ph.D. in Spanish Literature. Her areas of specialization are Spanish Golden Age Literature, the writings of Spanish mystics, and cultural studies. She was born in Puerto Rico and has lived in her native country, Brasil, and Spain, as well as the U.S. She enjoys movies, books, music, dance, practicing meditation, and spending time with her son Misha and her son's father, Antxon.