Beth Green-Nagle

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Beth Green-Nagle

nagle@nsuok.edu

  • Assistant Professor
    Foreign Language Broken Arrow

Office Location

  • Tahlequah
    Seminary Hall 341
    (918) 444-3644

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 CarolinaChapel
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 Nio y sombras by Concha Mndez. Her research interests include 20th and 21st century poetry by Spanish and Latin-American women authors, maternal themes in Spanish and
Latin-American literature, womens 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
Concha Mndez,
20th and 21st century poetry by Spanish and Latin-American women authors,
Maternal themes in Spanish and
Latin-American literature,
Womens education in Spain and Latin-America,
Spanish and Latin@ feminism.
Spanish language at all levels,
Spanish and Latin American literature,
Peninsular literature,
Women's and Gender Studies

Performances:

  • - July 2019, Nonfiction - Print Journal, Quaker Life Journal (Richmond, Indiana, USA)
    Quaker Life Journal
  • - September 2008, Poetry - Print Journal, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)

Intellectual Content:

  • Review of Teaching Modern Latin American Poetics (Book Review), Discovery, Accepted, ,
  • Review of Hidden Out in the Open: Spanish Migration to the United States (1875-1930) (Book Review), Discovery, Accepted, June, 2020
  • Manual para Secretarios Presidentes 2019 [Clerks Handbook] (Translation or Transcription), Application, Published, July (3rd Quarter/Summer), 2020
  • Dissertation: Maternal Identity, Grief, and Creative Subjectivity in Nio y sombras by Concha Mndez (Manuscript), Discovery, Accepted, ,

Presentations:

  • Zoom: Managing the Classroom Best Practices - Spring 2020 Zoom Workshop Series - - March 2020
  • Mara Zambrano y la filosofa de la razn potica. - South Central Modern Languages Association Conference - Little Rock, Arkansas - October 2019
  • Maternal Transformation in Juana Castros Del dolor y las alas. - 2019 Visions Conference - Tahlequah, Oklahoma - April 2019
  • The Art of Translation - 2019 Visions Conference of the NSU Dept. of Languages and Literature - Tahlequah, OK - April 2019
  • Las Sinsombrero--Maruja Mallo, Concha Mndez, & Mara Zambrano: Women Intellectuals of Spain's Generation of 1927 - NSU Sigma Tau Delta Invited Lecture - Tahlequah, Oklahoma - March 2019
  • The Journey of Maternal Grief in Concha Mndezs Nio y sombras. - 2018 South Central Modern Languages Association Conference - San Antonio, Texas - October 2018

Courses Taught:

  • ELEMENTARY SPANISH I - SPAN 1113 - Fall 2020
  • ADVANCED COMPOSITION & CONV I - SPAN 3113 - Fall 2020
  • SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE - SPAN 4503 - Fall 2020
  • ELEMENTARY SPANISH I - SPAN 1113 - Spring 2020
  • ADVANCED COMPOSITION & CONV II - SPAN 3123 - Spring 2020
  • CULTURE & CIV OF SPAIN - SPAN 4213 - Spring 2020
  • SENIOR SEMINAR - SPAN 4951 - Spring 2020
  • ELEMENTARY SPANISH I - SPAN 1113 - Fall 2019
  • INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I - SPAN 2113 - Fall 2019
  • ADVANCED COMPOSITION & CONV I - SPAN 3113 - Fall 2019
  • ADVANCED COMPOSITION & CONV I - SPAN 3113 - Fall 2019
  • ELEMENTARY SPANISH I - SPAN 1113 - Spring 2019
  • ADVANCED COMPOSITION & CONV II - SPAN 3123 - Spring 2019
  • INTRO TO HISPANIC LITERATURE - SPAN 3503 - Spring 2019