Estévez is currently a Senior lecturer, course designer and Honors faculty member with SILC interested in Latin American Culture and the historical recurrence of sociological patterns in Latin American literature.
Dr. Ferrando researches water in modern and contemporary Italian poetry and environmental and experimental noisescapes. She founded and directs the Navigli Project, an eco-digital interactive map of Milan's waterways.
Flanagan teaches Spanish, Assists in Lower-Division Program coordination, and is a member of Learning Support Service's Instructional Support Team in the School of International Letters & Cultures.
Barbara is currently the Assistant Director of Academic Services in the School of International Letters and Cultures (SILC). In her youth, she lived abroad with her family in France, England, and Iran
Gahan teaches various levels of Japanese language.
Gallais' research areas include economic analysis of institutions; new institutional economics; environment, pollution, market solutions; public choice; Austrian economics; public policy.
Javier García was born and educated in Spain and obtained his doctorate from the University of California, Davis.
Gil-Osle's interests include Spanish literature, golden age, Cervantes, Tirso de Molina, Celestina, Basque Studies, theater, comparative literature, friendship theory, networking theory, gender studies, and ekphrasis.
Gilfillan has published widely on German and Austrian radio and sound art, and on the history of the radio in Germany as an experimental art medium.