Professor of Spanish and Spanish American Studies
Program Head of Spanish and Spanish American Studies
MA, San Francisco State University
PhD, Tulane University
Contemporary Iberian and Latin American cultures and literatures, the avant-garde and interdisciplinary approaches to art and poetry, Hispanic poetry, Hispanic women writers, Hispanic theater, Hispanic-Jewish literature, U.S. Latino literature, feminist critical theories, creative writing (poetry and prose), theory and practice of translation
Carlota Caulfield is a poet, scholar, editor and translator. She specializes in modern Iberian & Latin American literatures and cultures with an emphasis on Transatlantic Studies, Women Writers and Intersections of Art and Poetry. Her research interests include the European and Latin American avant-garde, visual poetry and U.S. Latino/a poets. Currently, she is finishing a new bilingual poetry collection and working on a Catalan visual poetry book.