Faculty Profile

Angela DeLutis-Eichenberger

Assistant Professor of Spanish (2010)

Contact Information

delutisa@dickinson.edu

Bosler Hall Room 121
717.245.1326

Education

  • B.A., B.S., Ithaca College, 2001
  • M.A., University of Maryland-College Park, 2003
  • Ph.D., 2010

2016-2017 Academic Year

Fall 2016

SPAN 231 Spanish Composition
This course examines literary representations of several environmental issues that have affected Chile, including deforestation, mining, and the endangerment of animals. Through the case study of the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, the class will also examine the treatment of humans as disposable entities. Texts by the following authors may be analyzed: Pablo Neruda, María Luisa Bombal, Gabriela Mistral, Baldomero Lillo, Gonzalo Drago, Luis Sepúlveda, and Francisco Coloane.

LALC 300 19 C Chilean Lit: Independence
Cross-listed with SPAN 380-02. This seminar examines two major historical moments in Chilean history of the nineteenth century and their representations in Chilean literature: the patriots' fight in the war for independence from the Spanish crown, and the subsequent war between Chile and the Peru-Bolivian Confederation in the 1830s. A series of texts from nineteenth-century political figures and authors will be analyzed to discuss the political and literary representations of these critical events. Such authors may include: Rosario Orrego, José Victorino Lastarria, Diego Portales, Mercedes Marín del Solar, Andrés Bello, and Alberto Blest Gana.

SPAN 380 19 C Chilean Lit: Independence
Cross-listed with LALC 300-02. This seminar examines two major historical moments in Chilean history of the nineteenth century and their representations in Chilean literature: the patriots' fight in the war for independence from the Spanish crown, and the subsequent war between Chile and the Peru-Bolivian Confederation in the 1830s. A series of texts from nineteenth-century political figures and authors will be analyzed to discuss the political and literary representations of these critical events. Such authors may include: Rosario Orrego, José Victorino Lastarria, Diego Portales, Mercedes Marín del Solar, Andrés Bello, and Alberto Blest Gana.