Spanish

Stephany Slaughter

Title

Associate Professor of Spanish

Discipline

Spanish and Women’s & Gender Studies

Educational Background

  • Ph.D. The Ohio State University, 2006
  • M.A. Millersville University
  • B.A. Washington College

I am...

advisor to the Hispanic Coalition (HisCo)

…on sabbatical WI 15.

Rank

Associate Professor

My career at Alma began in

2008

I'm an expert in

Latin American (especially Mexican) film, theater, and performance, especially focusing on gender studies, the Mexican Revolution, and immigration.

Recent publications:

Forthcoming:

 “Monstrous femininity and heroic masculinity: El Santo vs Las mujeres vampiro” Mexican Horror Films: Studies in the Horror Film, Gerardo Tonatiuh Cummings Rendón, ed. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, TBA. 

2012    “Transnational Zapata: From the Ejercito Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional to Immigrant Marches.”  Journal of Transnational American Studies.  2012. 4. 2.  : http://www.escholarship.org/uc/item/1tz2v712

2011    “Queering the Memory of the Mexican Revolution: Cabaret as a Space for Contesting National Memory” in Letras Femeninas, (Special edition: Mujeres en escena: Dramaturgia, performance y producción teatral femenina contemporánea en Latinoamérica, Estados Unidos y España) Summer 2011 v.37 no.1, 47-70.

2010    “(In)visibilities, (De)humanizations and Globalizations: The Migrant Body in Border Film of the 2000s.” Forum for Inter-American Research (FIAR). (Special Issue: Cine y Frontera/Cinema and the Border) 3.2 (November 2010). http://www.interamerica.de/

2010 “Adelitas y coronelas: un panorama  de las representaciones clásicas de la soldadera en el cine de la Revolución mexicana.” La luz y la guerra: el cine de la Revolución Mexicana. Eds. Fernando Fabio Sánchez, Portland State University and Gerardo García Muñoz, Southwest Minnesota State University. Mexico: CONACULTA, 2010. 419-465

2009 Stephany Slaughter and Hortensia Moreno, Eds. Representación y fronteras: El performance en los límites del género. Mexico: PUEG/UNAM and UNIFEM, 2009.

-       “Entre las palabras y el cuerpo: estrategias performáticas fronterizas en las obras de Guillermo Gómez-Peña” p. 165-184

Creative work:

2009      Field producer/Translator, Which Way Home. Dir. Rebecca Cammisa

Film nominated for the Oscar for Feature Documentary; Won the Emmy for Outstanding Informational Programming Long Form www.whichwayhome.net

Connect with me:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hispanic-Coalition/145454515478869