Associate Professor; Major Adviser
Ph.D. Brown University
Office: Thomas Hall 137
H. Rosi Song specializes in the literature, intellectual history, and culture of contemporary Spain. She is the co-editor of a collection of critical essays entitled Traces of Contamination: Unearthing the Francoist Legacy in Contemporary Spanish Discourse (Bucknell UP, 2004). She has also co-edited a special issue and a cluster for the Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies on the aesthetics of camp and the Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies on the 'movida'. Her articles have appeared in Romance Notes, Hispamérica, Revista Iberoamericana, Hispania, Hispanic Journal and recent collections on contemporary Spain such as Casa encantada: lugares de memoria en la España constitucional (1975-2004) (Vervuert, 2005) and Border Interrogations: Crossing and Questioning Spanish Frontiers from the Middle Ages to the Present (Berghahn Books, 2008). She teaches courses on modern and contemporary Spanish narrative and culture, detective fiction, and film.