Ph.D. in Romance Languages & Literature, Spanish Concentration, University of Chicago
M.A. in Humanities, University of Chicago
B.A. in English Literature, University of Chicago
Kevin M. Anzzolin is an Assistant Professor of Spanish in the Language & Literature Department, where he teaches a wide range of classes in both Spanish and English, serves as Director of the Language Lab, and heads the Spanish Club. He received his doctorate in 2014 from the University of Chicago after writing a dissertation entitled “Guardians of Discourse: Literature and Journalism in Porfirian Mexico (1887-1912).” In it, he analyzes the representation of journalism in literary texts from Porfiriato Mexico. His research and teaching interests focus primarily on Mexican narrative, history, and culture from the 19th- to 21st centuries. At DSU, he also teaches Intercultural Communications in the Fine and Performing Arts Department. His scholarly publications have appeared in Letras hispanas, Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, and Afro-Hispanic Review.
More information can be found at: https://dickinsonstate.academia.edu/KevinAnzzolin