Andrea E. Morris
Associate Professor of Spanish
Ph.D. Washington University, 2003
Office: 301C Hodges Hall
Area of Interest
20th and 21st century literature and cultures of the Hispanic Caribbean and Central America, Afro-Hispanic literature, cultural studies, migration and mobility.
Span 7946: (Im)mobility in late 20th and 21st Century Dominican and Cuban Cultures: Departures, Arrivals and Staying Behind (2015); Span 7946: Intimidades posibles en la ciudad globalizada: narrativa y cine del Caribe hispano actual (2011); Spanish 4200: Literature and Culture of Latinos in the US (2010); Spanish 4147: African Rhythms in Hispanic Caribbean Literature and Music (Spring 2006).
Awards & Honors
LSU Office of Research and Development Faculty Research Grant, 2015-2016; LSU Office of Research and Development Faculty International Travel Grant, 2014, 2016; LSU applicant to NEH Summer Stipend Program, 2014; LSU College of Humanities and Social Sciences Manship Summer Research Award, 2011, 2013
"Tourists, Locals, and Migrants: Linked Mobilities in Short Fiction by Dominican Writer Aurora Arias.” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 40.1 (2015): 81-96.
“Between Discourse and Materiality: Conjuring the Bodies of Puerto Rican Women in Mayra Santos Febres’s Anamú y Manigua.” Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos. 36.2 (2012): 293-314.
Afro-Cuban identity in Post-Revolutionary Novel and Film: Inclusion, Loss, and Cultural Resistance. Bucknell University Press, 2012.
July, 2015 research trip to Havana, Cuba for project on post-1990 emigration and return;
Director of LSU in Spain summer study abroad program 2016; Co-coordinator of Louisiana
Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures 2014;