Leticia Romo

Associate Professor

Romo

Contact Information

PHONE
OFFICE
LA 4151
E-MAIL
HOURS
MW 12-1, and by appointment
In the Provost Office ADM 313 MW 2-4

Education

Ph.D. UNC-Chapel Hill.

Areas of Expertise

Semiotics and Reader Response Criticism as applied to Latin American Literature of the Boom and Post-Boom and their connection to Spain.

Biography

Leticia Romo, associate professor at Towson in the Department of Foreign Languages, received her Ph.D. from UNC-Chapel Hill.  Her graduate studies centered in Semiotics and Reader Response Criticism as applied to Latin American Literature of the Boom and Post-Boom and their connection to Spain.  Her research focuses on the intra-textual relationship between the reader and the author, and how it shapes society's concept of Reality and Fiction.  Lately, her research has explored the interconnection of issues of gender identity as they relate to citizenship rights.

Fall 2017 Course Schedule

  • SPAN 201.002 Spanish Intermediate I
  • SPAN 301.001 Composition & Conversation I
  • SPAN 312.001 Culture & Civilization of Latin America