Faculty & Staff

Marilyn D. Rugg

Associate Professor of Romance Languages

B.A. 1975, Cornell University, Spanish
M.A. 1978, Cornell University, Spanish Literature
Ph.D. 1985, The Johns Hopkins University, Spanish Literature
M.S.W. 1989, Marywood College

Office: 208 Lawrence
Phone: (315) 228-7288
Email: MRugg@mail.colgate.edu

Courses Taught: SPAN 202:   Intermediate Spanish:  Language and Litterature; SPAN 353: Spanish Literature: Modern Spain in Crisis;   SPAN 465:  Ninteenth-Century Spanish Literature; SPAN 471: The Generation of '98; SPAN 472: From the Generation of '98 to the Contemporary Period; CORE 152: The Challenge of Modernity

Research Interests: Nineteenth and early twentieth-century Spanish literature

Publications: "Self and Text in Unamuno's Amor y pedagogía," ALEC, 17 (1992), 347-64; "The Figure of the Author in Gómez de la Serna's El novelista," ALEC, 14 (1989), 143-59; "Doña Berta: Clarín's Allegory of Signification," MLN, 103, no. 2 (1988), 449-56; "Sobre los ángeles: The Poetic Voices of Rafael Alberti," MLN, 98, no. 2 (1983), 259-67.

Distinctions: Phi Eta Sigma Honors Society Nominee for Colgate University Professor of the Year, 1990, 1991, 1995

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