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Faculty Profile

Angela DeLutis-Eichenberger

(she/her/hers)Associate Professor of Spanish (2010)

Contact Information

delutisa@dickinson.edu

Bosler Hall Room M10
717.245.1326

Office Hours for Fall 2021: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Bio

Professor DeLutis-Eichenberger earned her PhD from the University of Maryland in Spanish Language and Literature in 2010. Her research primarily focuses on the nineteenth century and the Southern Cone. Her work on Andrés Bello, José Victorino Lastarria and Alberto Blest Gana has appeared in Bulletin of Spanish Studies, Revista Hispánica Moderna, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Decimonónica, Open Cultural Studies, and as a chapter in the book, Negotiating Space in Latin America (edited by Patricia Vilches, Brill Publishers; winner of the 2020 “Outstanding Academic Title” Award from Choice Magazine). She is currently writing a book about Church-State relations in Chile during the second half of the nineteenth century.

Education

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

2021-2022 Academic Year

Fall 2021

SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II
The primary goal of this course is to develop students' formal knowledge of Spanish by reviewing and studying the more challenging grammatical structures. The course will also work on development of skills in reading, oral expression, and vocabulary development. The purpose of the course is to equip students with the formal grammatical background necessary to be successful in courses on Hispanic literatures, linguistics and cultures. Prerequisite: 201 or the equivalent.

SPAN 229 Spanish Conversation
The primary goal of this course is to continue to strengthen students' oral, aural, reading, and writing skills in Spanish while acquiring a broadened intercultural perspective. Course topics will consist of a focused cultural theme chosen by the professor. Examples of possible topics include: Current Events in Hispanic Societies, Chronicling Everyday Life, Geographical Explorations in the Spanish-Speaking World, and Gastronomy and Health in the Hispanic World.Prerequisite: 202, 203 or 205. NOTE: May be taken concurrently with 202, 231, 238 or 239. Students who have completed 231 or courses above 239 may not take this course.