Current Courses: On Sabbatical Leave for 2018-2019 Academic year
Courses Taught: Span 501; 520; 521; 561; 571; 696A; 195A; Trad 103
Publications since 2001
De Fortunata a la M:40: Un siglo de cultura de Madrid. Edited with Edward Baker. Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 2003
"Cities, Culture, Capital. Recent Cultural Studies Approaches to Spanish Cities."(with Susan Larson) Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies, 2.2 (2001): 231-238.
With Susan Larson "A ambos lados de la pantalla con Iciar Bollaín." Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 5(2001): 195-202.
"Recasting Urban Identities: The Case of Madrid 1977- 1997. Mapping Urban Spaces and Subjectivities." Arachne. 2.1 (2002) http://arachne.rutgers.edu/vol2_1toc.htm
"Designing Madrid: 1979-1997. Cities. 20.6 (2003): 404-411"
"Dos Madrileños de Nueva York."Interview/Article with Pablo Herraiz. El mundo October 24, 2004: 12.
"Del plan al diseño: El Día de la bestia de Alex de la Iglesia y a cultura de la acumulación flexible en la Madrid del postcambio." Madrid de Fortunata a la M:40. Un siglo de cultura urbana. Madrid: Alianza, 2003: 327-352.
"Prólogo" Madrid: De Fortunata a la M:40: Cien años de cultura urbana. with Edward Baker. Madrid: Alianza: 11-25.
Executive Committee Association of Departments of Foreign Languages (ADFL) 200-2005
President, ADFL 2005
President Arizona Chapter AATSP 2007-2009
Chair State Languages Articulation Taskforce (2007-2008)
Dr. Malcolm Alan Compitello is Professor of Spanish, Head of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. He came to the University of Arizona from Michigan State University where he was Professor of Spanish and Associate Chair of the Department of Romance and Classical Languages. Professor Compitello received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from St. John's University in New York City and his Ph.D. in Hispanic literature with a minor in Comparative Literature from Indiana University. Professor Compitello is the Executive Editor of the Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies and serves on the editorial boards of a number of other publications. Professor Compitello has authored and edited three books on contemporary Spanish literature and numerous articles on contemporary literature and Cultural Studies. His most recent edited volume (with Edward Baker) is De Fortunata a M:40. Un siglo de cultura urbana (Madrid: Alianza, 2003). Professor Compitello's current research is on urban cultural geography in Spain. Professor Compitello is also the Program Director for the Humanities Seminars Program in the College of Humanities and an Honors Professor. He was on the Executive Committee of the Association of Departments of Foreign Languages (ADFL) from 2003-2005 and was President of the Organization in 2005.