Ana Montero

Professor of Spanish

Education

PhD, Spanish with Medieval Studies Certificate, Emory University

JD, Law, University of Duesto

BA, Spanish, University of The Basque Country

Research

Iberian Medieval Literature, Women and Gender Studies, Art History, and Spanish for Heritage Learners.

Courses

Spanish 497: Research and Discussion of Selected Topics in Literature (Senior Seminar in Spanish)

Spanish 428: Contemporary Mexican Literature

Spanish 352: Peninsular Literature I: Medieval and Early Modern

Spanish 340: Introduction to Spanish Literature

Spanish 335: Cultural Institutions of Spain

Spanish 331: Spanish Composition and Discussion

Spanish 260: Hispanic Literature in Translation

College Colloquium: Sexuality and Eroticism in Medieval Europe

Book Chapters

Montero, Ana I. “Reading at the Threshold: The Role of Illustrations in the Reception of the Early Editions of Celestina.” Celestinesca 39 (2015): 197-224.

Montero, Ana I. “‘Pues no la has tú visto como yo’: Scrutinizing and Resignifying the Beauty Myth in Celestina” eHumanista 35 (2017): 351-361.

Citations

“‘Pues no la has tú visto como yo’: Scrutinizing and Resignifying the Beauty Myth in Celestina” eHumanista 35 (2017): 351-361. ISSN 1540 5877

“Reading at the Threshold: The Role of Illustrations in the Reception of the Early Editions of Celestina,” Celestinesca 39 (2015): 197-224

“The Elusive Threshold: Textual and Sexual Transgression in the 1499(?) Edition of Celestina,” eHumanista 30 (2015): 115-136

“Visions of the Lewd: The Latent Presence of the Cantigas de escarnio in the Miniatures of the Cantigas de Santa Maria,” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 45 (2011): 107-131

“From Margins to the Centre: Libidinous Imagery in the Cancionero de Palacio,” The Bulletin of Spanish Studies 58.1 (2011): 1-23.

“A Penetrable Text?: Illustration and Transgression in the 1499? Edition of the Comedia de Calisto y Melibea.” Word & Image 21.1 January-March (2005): 41-55.