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.
- Ph D, Spanish, University of Oklahoma, , 2016
- MA, Hispanic Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, , 1996
- BA, Spanish, Hendrix College, , 1993
20th and 21st century poetry by Spanish and Latin-American women authors,
Maternal themes in Spanish and
Women’s education in Spain and Latin-America,
Spanish and Latin@ feminism.
Spanish language at all levels,
Spanish and Latin American literature,
Women's and Gender Studies