Noelia Cirnigliaro

Noelia Sol Cirnigliaro promoted to Associate Prof. with Tenure!

Professor Noelia S. Cirnigliaro has recently been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure.  Professor Cirnigliaro teaches courses on early modern Spanish literature, theater and culture, with an emphasis on all things Baroque.  Her most recent projects are on issues of domesticity, material culture, cityscapes, consumerism, fashion and early modern women's daily life.  She is the author of Domus. Ficción y mundo doméstico en el Barroco español (Tamesis Books, 2015) and co-editor of  the special issue Touching the Ground. Women’s footwear in the Early Modern Hispanic World (JSCS, 2013). Noelia is interested in facets of the Spanish Baroque that prompt debates in today's linguistic politics, media and the arts.  Congratulations Noelia!

Kudos: Highlighting Faculty Achievements

Professor Rebecca Biron gave the opening keynote address for the Simposio Internacional Elena Garro. Assistant Professor Noelia Cirnigliaro’s edition is awarded the SSEMW’s prize for the Best Collaborative Project of 2013. Kianny Antigua, writer and Lecturer of Spanish, honored for her work and accomplishments in NYC.

Professor Rebecca Biron gave the opening keynote address for the Simposio Internacional Elena Garro hosted by the Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México (UACM) in Mexico City, September 24-26, 2014. With over 150 people in attendance, the event honored the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Elena Garro's most widely read novel, Los recuerdos del porvenir. Biron's address drew from her recently published book, Elena Garro and Mexico's Modern Dreams (2013).