Dr. Nancy Tille-Victorica
Instructor of French and Spanish
Ph.D., Hispanic Literature, University of Texas, Austin
M.A., Spanish, Herbert H. Lehman College CUNY
B.A., Hispanic Language and Culture, New College of Florida
My research and publications focus on representations of the body, violence, and memory in contemporary Southern Cone literature, as well as in the creation and diffusion of literary, cultural, and gender theory in Latin America.
I teach all levels of French and Spanish language and culture courses at WHC, as well as courses in Latin American literature. What I love most about teaching at WHC are the small classes, the opportunities to team-teach interdisciplinary courses with colleagues, and my extremely bright and curious students.
I love traveling the world, spending time with family, and reading.
Contact: 561-288-0350; firstname.lastname@example.org