Rusquin Chádez Ibarra

Rusquin Chádez Ibarra

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Spanish at all levels, including Medical Spanish and Spanish as a Heritage Language
  • Spanish and Spanish American Literature and Culture Studies
  • Community-Based Learning and online courses
  • Women’s Gender, and Sexuality Studies
  • Queer and Masculinity Studies
Dr. Rusquin Roberto Chadez Ibarra completed his B.A. in Hispanic Literature at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Iztapalapa, in Mexico City. He also completed his M.A. and Ph.D. in Spanish with a concentration in Latin American Literature and Cultural Studies at the University of Houston. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Spanish at the Department of Literatures and Languages at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. In this institution, he teaches Spanish at all levels, including Medical Spanish and Spanish as a Heritage Language; Spanish and Spanish American Literature and Culture Studies, and Community-Based Learning courses. Dr. Chadez Ibarra has published a critical introduction to a new edition of Rosario Sansores’ Diez años de juventud (1946), entitled, “Rosario Sansores: Una mirada crítica a su obra narrativa y periodística.” In addition, he has published some academic articles in national and international academic journals, such as “Identidad viajera: La mexicanidad de Rosario Sansores en su poesía transnacional,” in Border-Lines, University of Nevada, Reno. Moreover, Dr. Chadez Ibarra has presented various papers at national and international conferences. He already submitted an academic article for publication in a prestigious academic journal and is currently working on a second article. He is also expanding one of his research lines to publish it as a book in a prestigious academic publisher.

Teaching Interests

Spanish at all levels, including Medical Spanish and Spanish as a Heritage Language; Spanish and Spanish American Literature and Culture Studies, and Community-Based Learning and online courses.

Research Interests

-Mexican and Caribbean Literature and Culture since the 19th century
-Spanish Peninsular Literature and Culture since the 19th century
-US Latinx Studies
-Women’s Gender, and Sexuality Studies
-Queer and Masculinity Studies
-Cursi Literature and Cultural Dis(cursi)cities
-Identity, Nation, Migration, and Transnationalism
-Archival Research

Consulting Interests

SPAN 104 - Introductory Spanish II
SPAN 203 - Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 204 - Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN 303 - Spanish Grammar/Composition I
SPAN 304 - Spanish Grammar/Composition II
SPAN 321 - Spanish/Span-Amer Lit to 1700
SPAN 322 - Spanish Literature Since 1700
SPAN 335 - Spanish Amer Lit Since 1700
SPAN 420 - Topics in Spanish Lit/Culture:
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