Assistant Professor, Languages and Intercultural Studies
Every hundred feet the world changes." - Roberto Bolaño.
Alejandro Muñoz-Garcés is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Languages and Intercultural Studies in Coastal Carolina University. Before settling down in the United States, he has taught at universities in New Zealand and Thailand. He teaches Spanish language at all levels, and courses in culture and literature.
His research interests include: the representation of “self” and the “other” in travelogues written by Spanish travelers from the XIX century onwards and the study of alternatives to the current grammatical sequences used in Elementary Spanish language textbooks. He has published articles on works from Javier Marías and Vicente Blasco Ibáñez.
Ph.D., Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
B.A., Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
So far he has visited about 50 countries.
Travel in Literature and Media, Spanish as a Second Language, Spanish Pronunciation, Intercultural Communication.
Travel Literature, Intercultural Communication, Second Language Acquisition.