Paul L. Goldberg, PhD
- Professor of Spanish
- International Relations
- Arts & Culture
Programs I Teach
- PhD, Spanish and Portuguese (2000)
University of New Mexico (NM)
I received my BA in Hispanic studies at Connecticut College and my PhD in Spanish and Portuguese at the University of New Mexico. My research interests currently focus on Mexico and Brazil. I teach all levels of Spanish language, literature, and culture.
My research interests include 19th- and 20th-century narrative works. I have published articles on works of literature from the Andean region and Mexico as well as on Latin American Jewish writers, Latin American globalization, and so-called narco-literature.
- Goldberg, Paul. "Narcos, Globalistas, and the Aesthetics of Deterritorialization in Luis Felipe G. Lomel's Todos santos de California." Chasqui 37.1 (2008): 49–65. Web.
- Goldberg, Paul. "Los silencios contados: The Force of Absence and the Articulation of Silence in Margo Glantz's Las genealog as and Marjorie Agosn's Sagrada memoria: Reminiscencias de una nia jud'a en Chile." Monographic Review/Revista monográfica 21 (2001): 315–326.
- Goldberg, Paul. "Reading the Road Trip in the Age of Globalization: Travel and Place in Pablo Soler Frost's Yerba americana." Confluencia-Revista Hispanica de Cultura y Literatura 28.2 (2013): 19–36. Web.
- Excellence in Teaching, College of Arts and Sciences (2011)