Roxana Zuniga

Roxana Zuniga

Lecturer - Spanish
Coordinator of Spanish 1010, 1020, and 1060

ax3071@wayne.edu

375 Manoogian

Websites

clas.wayne.edu/zuniga

Roxana Zuniga

Roxana Zuniga is the Coordinator for Spanish 1010, 1020, and 1060 and a Lecturer of Spanish in the Department of Classical and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.  She was born in El Salvador and her research interests include: Spanish, Latin American Literature and Culture, Latin American history and politics and Latinx studies. 

Research Interest/Area of Expertise

  • Spanish Language and Culture

    Latin American Literature and Culture

    Latinx and Latin American Studies

    Salvadoran Literature and Culture

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

  • Ph.D., Modern Languages, Minor in Literary Criticism, Wayne State University, 2015
  • M.A., Spanish, Wayne State University, 2007
  • B.A., Spanish and Latin American Studies, Minor in Politcal Science, Oakland University, 2005
  • Certificate on the Teaching of Spanish as a second language, University of Salamanca, Spain, Summer 2017

Currently Teaching

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    SPA 3025, Cultural Connections, Grammar and Composition II, 3 credits, Fall 2017

    SPA 2400/LAS 2100, Chicano/a Literature and Culture, 3 credits, Fall 2017

    SPA 2025, Cultural Connections, Grammar and Composition I, 3 credits (2 sections), Winter 2017

Courses taught

SPA 1010, Elementary Spanish I, 4 credits, Fall 2016

SPA 2010, Intermediate Spanish I/Honors Section, 4 credits, Fall 2016

SPA 1010, Elementary Spanish I, 4 credits, Winter 2016

SPA  1020, Elementary Spanish II, 4 credits, Fall 2015

LAS 1420, Introduction to Interdisciplinary Latino/a Studies Research, 3 credits, Winter 2015

LAS 1410, Introduction to Latin America, Summer Enrichment Program, Summer 2014 and 2015