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 Beth  Green-Nagle

Beth Green-Nagle

nagle@nsuok.edu

  • Assistant Professor
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Office Location

  • Tahlequah
    • Seminary Hall 341
    • Phone: (918) 444-3644

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Bio

Dr. Beth Green-Nagle is an Assistant Professor of Spanish in the College of Liberal Arts. She has taught Spanish language and literature courses at NSU since January 2012. She is a native of Oklahoma and graduated from Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa. She holds a B.A. in Spanish from Hendrix College, a M.A. in Hispanic Literature from the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill. She holds a doctorate in Spanish from the University of Oklahoma with a Graduate Certificate in Gender Studies. Her dissertation is titled “Maternal Identity, Grief, and Creative Subjectivity in Niño y sombras by Concha Méndez.” Her research interests include 20th and 21st century poetry by Spanish and Latin-American women authors, maternal themes in Spanish and Latin-American literature, women’s education in Spain and Latin-America, Spanish and Latin@ feminism. She is also married with two children and is actively involved in promoting international understanding in the Religious Society of Friends through her work with Friends World Committee for Consultation.

Education:

  • Ph D, Spanish, University of Oklahoma, , 2016
  • MA, Hispanic Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, , 1996
  • BA, Spanish, Hendrix College, , 1993

Research Interests:

Concha Méndez 20th and 21st century poetry by Spanish and Latin-American women authors Maternal themes in Spanish and Latin-American literature Women’s education in Spain and Latin-America Spanish and Latin@ feminism

Teaching Interests:

Spanish language at all levels Spanish and Latin American literature Peninsular literature Women's and Gender Studies

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