_ Dr. Rose Brougham

_ _Assistant Professor of Spanish

Ph.D., The University of Colorado
M.A., Western Michigan University

Rose Marie Brougham earned her bachelor's and master's degrees from Western Michigan University in French and Spanish languages. In 2006 Dr. Brougham defended her doctoral thesis titled: “Mother, Do you Hear Me?: Daughters Forming Subjectivities in Spanish American Poetry” and was awarded her Ph.D. from the University of Colorado. She was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Union College and in 2008 joined the Modern Languages Department at The University of Akron.

Dr. Brougham’s research interests include daughter-mother relationships in contemporary Latin American poetry. She has presented her research at local, regional and international conferences. Her most recent article: “Pleasure, Pain, and Paradox: Subjectivity in María Negroni's La jaula bajo el trapo” examines how María Negroni’s poem La jaula bajo el trapo enters into a dialogue regarding subjectivity formation and destruction with Ingmar Bergman’s film Autumn Sonata.

Office telephone: 330 972-5869
email: rose4@uakron.edu