Faculty and Staff
Kerry A. Kautzman
Associate Professor Spanish
Alfred University Contact Info
Office Location: Perlman Hall 204
Department: Modern Languages  
Phone: 607.871.2181  
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Kerry A. Kautzman
Education
Ph.D.: Spanish
University of Cincinnati, 2003

M.A.: Spanish
University of Cincinnati, 1995

B.A.: International Studies
Gannon University, 1993

Background
Teaching Interests
Peninsular Spanish Literature and Culture
Medieval/Early Modern Spanish Studies
Spanish Women Writers
Spanish Children's Literature

Selected Publications
“La experiencia compartida como enlace unificador: José Emilio Pacheco conmemora la identidad judía,” Ariana Huberman y Alejandro Meter (eds.) Memoria y Representación: literatura y cultura judía latinoamericana, Rosario (Arg.): Beatriz Viterbo Editoras, forthcoming 2006.

“The Experience of Jewish Identity and Collective Memory in Morirás lejos.” Hispanic Journal. 25(June/July 2005): 107-118.

Teachers’ Annotations. ¡Arriba! Comunicación y Cultura New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 2004.

“La ideología subvertida: La sátira narrativa en Doña Perfecta.” Galdós y la narrativa satírica: Una introducción. Madrid: La Avispa, 2000.



Conference Papers
"Femininity versus Queer Ideology in My Mother Likes Women and Beatriz and the Celestial Bodies." International Conference on Masculinities and Femininites, U of West Georgia, November 2008.

"Children's Literature in the University-level Spanish Curriculum." ACTFL, San Antonio, TX, November 2007.

"El acercamiento a la identidad lesbiana en A mi madre le gustan las mujeres." XXXII Annual Hispanic Literatures Conference, Indiana U of Pennsylvania, October 2007.

“Using the City to Map the Social Landscape in La nave de los locos.” The XXVI International Congress LASA, San Juan, PR, March 2006.

"Decapitating Discourse: El estrangulador by Manuel Vázquez Montalbán." The International Conference on Arms and Letters, U of West Georgia, October 2005.

"El control del espacio en la narrativa de Belén Gopegui." The 8th Annual Ohio State University Symposium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures, Linguistics, and Cultures, April 2005.

“Lies Can Create Truth: Morirás lejos by José Emilio Pacheco.” International Conference on Truth & Mendacity, State Univ of West Georgia, October 2004.

“Teresa de Cartagena’s Use of Medical Discourse.” Science, Literature and the Arts in the Medieval and Early Modern World, Binghamton Univ (SUNY), October 2004.

"Jewish Collective Memory in Pacheco's Morirás lejos." The XXV International Congress LASA 2004, Las Vegas, NV, October 2004.

"Ambivalence and Self-Construction in the Treatises of Teresa de Cartagena." The XIV Biennial New College Conference on Medieval-Renaissance Studies, Sarasota, FL, March 2004.

"The Authority of Authorship in the works of Teresa de Cartegena." The 53rd Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, April 2000.

Honors and Awards
Alfred University International Fellowship for Faculty Development Grant to attend the CIEE seminar “Spain: Regional Identities in the European Context: The Catalan Case.” June 2005.

Joseph Kruson Trust Fund Award for Excellence in Teaching May 2004.

Service-Learning Award for Curricular Development Grant to support the course & trip “Sustainable Futures and Service-Learning in Costa Rica” Dec. 2003.

NEH Research Grant to transcribe unedited manuscript held in El Escorial library outside of Madrid, Spain. Summer 2003.