Jon Beasley-Murray: Teaching

Spring 2006:

SPAN220: Introduction to Methods of Literary and Film Analysis
SPAN505: José María Arguedas

Spring 2005:

SPAN220: Introduction to Methods of Literary Analysis
SPAN365: Spanish-American Literature since the 1820s
SPAN505: The Latin American Multitude

Fall 2004:

SPAN364: Spanish-American Literature to the 1820s

At Manchester:

Ph.D supervision:

Jess Gibbs, thesis on the Latin American road movie, 2003-2004.
Sonia Bookman, thesis on coffee, branding, and consumption (co-supervised with Lisa Adkins, Sociology), Spring 2003-2004.
Rachel Gibbs, thesis on Latin American stars (co-supervised with Hilary Owen, Spanish and Portuguese), 2002-2004.
María Luisa Méndez, thesis on the Chilean middle classes (co-supervised with Mike Savage, Sociology), 2002-

MA:

LA6011: "Issues and Approaches in Latin American Cultural Studies" I (co-taught with John Perivolaris and Pete Wade, Autumn 2001; co-taught with Peter Wade, Autumn 2002)
LA6022: "Issues and Approaches in Latin American Cultural Studies" II (co-taught with John Perivolaris and Pete Wade, Spring 2002; co-taught with Peter Wade, Spring 2003)
LA6032: "Fire Down Below: Armed Conflict in the Americas" (Spring 2004)
LA6111: "Latin America on Screen: Western Representations of the Hispanic Americas on Film" (Autumn 2002)
LA6111: "Western Representations of the Hispanic Americas in Film & Photography" (co-taught with John Perivolaris, Autumn 2001)
LA6222: "Self Representation by Latin and Latino Americans in Film & Photography" (co-taught with John Perivolaris, Spring 2002)
Directed readings on "The Militant Word in Latin America" and on "The City in Contemporary Latin America" (Spring 2003)
Directed Reading in Sociology
Dissertation supervision
Contributions to: "Critical Theory"; "Faculty Research Methods"; "School of Modern Languages Research Methods"; "Theory and Society: Contemporary Perspectives."

undergraduate:

SP3300: "Spanish-American Literature" (co-taught with John London, 2002-2003; co-taught with Catherine Davies and John Perivolaris, 2003-2004)
SP3040: "Manchay Tiempo: Violence and Representation in Latin American Literature" (2000-2001)
SP3030: "Literature and Culture of the Americas: Latin American Cultural Studies" (2001-2002)
SP3030: "Literature and Culture of the Americas: US Latino/Chicano" (2000-2001)
Undergraduate dissertation supervision
SP2402: "Latin American History" (Spring 2003)
SP2272: "Spanish-American Literature" (Spring 2004)
Co-ordinator of SP2270: "Spanish-American Literature" (2000-2001)
Contributions to: "Women and Writing"; "Introduction to Latin American Studies"; "Introduction to Hispanic Studies (Latin America)"; "Introduction to Hispanic Studies (Modern)"; "Introduction to Hispanic Studies (Golden Age)"; "Spanish Language."

At Aberdeen:

SP3545: "Latin America in the Global System" (Spring 2000)
SP3542: "Testimonio and Latin American Realism" (Spring 1999)
SP3540: "Representations of Peronism in Argentina" (Spring 1999)
SP1513: "Textual and Visual Representation in the Latin American World" (Spring 2000)
SP1507: "Textual and Visual Representation in the Latin American World" (Spring 1999)
SP1501: "Introductory Spanish 2" (Spring 2000)

Elsewhere:

Literature 20: "Why Education is Bad for You (and for everyone else you know)" (Duke University, Spring 1998)
First-year Writing Program (Duke University, Fall 1997)
Spanish 1 and 2: "Elementary Spanish" (Duke University, Fall 1995, Spring 1997)
English 101: "Introduction to College Writing," five sections (U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1993-4)

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