Dolly Tittle

Dolly Tittle

Adjunct Faculty - Spanish

313-577-3002

av4123@wayne.edu

151 Manoogian

Curriculum Vitae

Dolly Tittle

Dolly Tittle was born and raised in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the Universidad de Puerto Rico in Rio Piedras, and a Master's of Arts degree in Spanish at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan. She obtained her Ph.D. in Modern Languages from Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.

Research Interest/Area of Expertise

  • Latinx Studies and Literature

    Puerto Rican Literature and Culture

    Latin American Literature and Culture

    Spanish Language and Culture

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

  • Ph.D. Modern Languages - Wayne State University
  • Master's of Arts - Spanish - Eastern Michigan University
  • Bachelor's of Arts - Psychology - Universidad de Puerto Rico

Awards and Grants

  • King, Chávez, Parks Future Faculty Fellowship 2012-2014
    Rumble Fellowship 2012-2013
    Humanities Center Travel Award 2009, 2010
    Graduate Teaching Assistant 2007-2012
     

Selected Publications

Cambridge Scholars Publishing released the book Caribbean Without Borders: Beyond the Can[n]on’s Range on January 2015, where her article, “Bilingual Literature: A Strategy of Decolonization in Response to U.S. Interventionism” is published.

Currently Teaching

  • SPA 2010 - Intermediate Spanish I - Honors Section

    LAS 1420, Introduction to Interdisciplinary Latino/a Studies Research

Courses taught

SPA 2010 - Intermediate Spanish I

SPA 1020 - Elementary Spanish II

SPA 1010 - Elementary Spanish I

LAS 1420, Introduction to Interdisciplinary Latino/a Studies Research