Bridget Kevane

Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs in the College of Letters & Science, Director of Liberal Studies, Professor in Dept. of Modern Languages & Literatures

Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles, California, 1996
Twentieth Century Latin American Literature
Specializations in Chicano, Latino and Colonial Literatures

M. A. New York University, New York, New York, 1989
Twentieth Century Latin American Literature

B. A. Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York, 1985
Latin American Literature

 
 
Contact information

Bridget Kevane (bkevane@gmail.com)
Dept. of Modern Languages and Literatures
118B Gaines Hall / PO Box 172980
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717-2980
(406) 994-6446

Courses taught at MSU

SPNS 101-102D - Elementary Spanish I & II
SPNS 201D-202D - Intermediates Spanish I & II
SPNS 320 - Spanish Culture & Civilization
SPNS 325 - Survey of Spanish Literature
SPNS 330 - Modern Cultures Latin America
SPNS 332 - Contemp Latin Amer Literature
SPNS 350 - US Latino Cultures
SPNS 351 - US Latino Literature
SPNS 470R - Seminar: Hispanic Literature
SPNS 490R - Undergraduate Research

Research interests

Contemporary Latino literature and culture

Recent publications/talks

Profane & Sacred: Latino/a American Writers Reveal the Interplay of the Secular and Religious

Genesis of my interest in Latin America

Reading La vorágine in 9th grade in Puerto Rico. That was it for me!

A few “must reads”

Cien años de soledad and anything by Gabriel García Márquez
Carlos Fuentes, La muerte de Artemio Cruz
Juan Rulfo, Pedro Páramo
Rosario Ferré
Eustasio Rivera, La vorágine
Jorge Isaacs, María
Mario Vargas Llosa, La tía Julia y el escribidor
Poesía de Julia de Burgos
Alejandra Pizarnik
Luisa Valenzuela