|Present||Senior Professor of Spanish, Cedarville University ‐ Department of English, Literature, and Modern Languages|
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2000 - 2003||Curriculum/Instructional Coordinator, Hispanic English Language Program/Mentoring & Empowering|
Honors and Awards
- Dean's Service Award, Cedarville University - 2010
- Phi Kappa Ph National Honor Society, Ohio State University - 1984
- Faculty Innovator of the Year Award, Cedarville University - 2017
- Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education Faculty Excellence Award - 2018
- Intermediate Spanish I & II
- Spanish for Professionals
- Spanish Composition
- Spanish Conversation
- Introduction to Hispanic Literature
- Introduction to Translation
- History of Hispanics in the U.S.
- Civilization & Literature of Latin America I & II
|1995||M.A., Wright State University|
|1990||Ph.D., Ohio State University|
|1978||M.A., Bowling Green State University|
|1977||B.A., Cedarville College|
Department of English, Literature, and Modern Languages
Power and Women's Writing in Chile: 1973-1988 Faculty Dissertations (1990)
This study focuses on the works of four contemporary Chilean women authors (Isabel Allende, Diamela Eltit, Elizabeth Subercaseaux and Ana Vasquez) published between 1977 and 1988. Through the analysis of their ten novels, this study ...
Misperceptions and Challenges with Immigrant Kids: Taking a Closer Look at the Border Crisis Dayton Daily News (2014)
Why are so many unaccompanied Mexican and Central American children showing up in the United States? What should be done about them? In this guest column by Cedarville University professor Barbara Loach, she argues that ...
Book Chapters (6)
Cedarville University and the Legacy of Christian Higher Education in America English, Literature, and Modern Languages Faculty Publications (2014)
From the colonial period on through the 19th century, there existed a vital connection between faith and learning in higher education in America; virtually every private institution of higher learning founded during that period had ...
Evangelical Perspectives on Latino Immigration English, Literature, and Modern Languages Faculty Publications (2013)
Since 2006, a number of evangelical Christian leaders and organizations have become allies to the movement for comprehensive immigration reform in the United States. Starting with the historical context of the Civil Rights movement, this ...
Books Reviews (3)
Magazine Articles (5)
Newspaper Articles (1)
Conference Proceedings (1)
Shadow of the Patriarch: Amanda Labarca Hubertson's Views on North American/Latin American Relations Proceedings of the 2001 Alexander von Humboldt Conference (2001)
Amanda Labarca Hubertson (1886-1975) is recognized as one of Chile's foremost thinkers, educators and feminist leaders of the 20th century. vVhile the genre of travel writing comprises only a small part of Labarca's substantial writing ...