Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures (Spanish)
Ana Eire is Professor of Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. A native of Spain, she received her Ph.D. in Spanish and Spanish-American Literature from Vanderbilt University, where she also completed a minor in English. Her publications include Conversaciones con poetas españoles contemporáneos, (Renacimiento 2005) and El misterio de la felicidad. Antología poética de Miguel d’Ors (Renacimiento 2009). She has also written for Hispania, Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, Alba de América, and other collections and journals. Her current research centers on contemporary Spanish poetry. Eire was named the first Jane Heman Language Professor (2010-2012) at Stetson. She is the academic advisor to the study-abroad program in Madrid, Spain.
- Ph. D. Vanderbilt University
- Hispanic Poetry, Spanish and Spanish-American twentieth-century literature, film studies, cultural history.
- Spanish-American Culture Through Literature
- Seminars: Pablo Neruda, Hispanic Modern Poetry, Love Poetry, Hispanic Short-Novel, Ethics in Literature and Film
- Oral Expression
- Business in Hispanic Cultures
- Spanish Film
- Conversaciones con poetas españoles contemporáneos (Renacimiento, 2005)
- El misterio de la felicidad. Antología poética de Miguel d'Ors (Renacimiento 2009)
- Articles in Hispania, Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, Alba de América, and other journals and collections.
Spain today: cultural history, literature, film