- Professor of Spanish, Spanish
Education & Professional History
University of Havana, BA; City University of New York, PhD.
At Carleton since 2001.
Courses Taught This Year
- LTAM 398: Latin American Forum (Spring 2017)
- SPAN 205: Conversation and Composition (Spring 2017)
- SPAN 356: The Political and Cultural History of the Cuban Revolution (Spring 2017)
As Listed on Department Faculty Pages
(PHD City University of New York) teaches twentieth century Peninsular Literature and Film at Carleton as well as Latin American Literature. His main areas of interest are literary theory, philosophy and aesthetics. His research focuses on the twentieth century Spanish essay and poetry: Unamuno, Ortega, Machado, Zambrano as well as Cuban literature: Casal, Lezama and Virgilio Piñera.
Jorge Brioso teaches twentieth-century Peninsular Literature, Literature, Philosophy and Film at Carleton College as well as Latin American Literature. His main areas of interest are philosophy, literary theory and aesthetics. His research focuses on twentieth-century Spanish essay and poetry: Unamuno, Ortega, Machado, Zambrano, etc.; Latin American poetry and literature: Borges, Casal, Darío, Lezama and Virgilio Piñera, etc.; and Political Philosophy: Hobbes, Foucault, Carl Schmitt, etc.
SPAN 250. Spanish Cinema