Stephanie Schmidt

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Assistant Professor of Spanish and Comparative LiteratureOliphant Hall 173
918-631-2415
stephanie-schmidt@utulsa.edu

Education and Degrees Earned

  • Ph.D. Spanish and Humanities, Stanford University
  • M.A. Humanities and Social Thought, New York University
  • B.A. Literature, Scripps College

Areas of Research Focus

  • Colonial Latin American and early modern Spanish literature 
  • Franciscan missionary literature
  • Nahuatl performance and poetry
  • Mesoamerican codices
  • Conquest chronicles
  • Early modern Spanish theater
  • Trans-Atlantic studies

Previous Teaching Experience

  • Graduate Instructor in Spanish, Stanford University (2006 – 2007, 2009, 2010)

Professional Affiliations

  • Modern Languages Association (MLA)

Courses Taught at TU

  • Medieval Culture and Renaissance (HON 1013)
  • Explication of Hispanic Literary Texts (SPAN 3033)
  • Conversation in Spanish (SPAN 3034)
  • Golden Age Drama (Span 4033)
  • Seminar in Latin American Lit: Missionization and Indigenous Cosmologies (SPAN 4983)
  • Seminar in Latin American Lit: Crisis in the Colonial World (SPAN 4983)