Elena Sánchez Mora

Chair, Hispanic Studies
Professor of Hispanic Studies
Education: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
M.A. History
M.A. Hispanic Literature
Ph.D. Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures from the University of Minnesota

Academic interests: Feminism and spirituality in contemporary Latin American women's narrative; feminist role models and safe spaces in Hispanic literature and film; Spanish for the health professions and for heritage students; inclusive pedagogy.

Publications

The New Mediatrix: Reconciling Feminism and Spirituality in 20th Century Latin American Women's Narrative, 2014

"A Week in Guatemala: Assorted Mental Souvenirs," article, Headwaters, 2010

"Torn between Two Mothers: Indigenous Women as spiritual Mentors in two Novels by Mexican Women Writers," article, Hispanic Studies Faculty Publications, 2005

Así Es: Stories of Hispanic Spirituality, 1994