Dr. Wendy Caldwell
Dr. Caldwell specializes in the 20th century Latin American narrative and gender studies. She received the M.A. from the University of South Carolina and the Ph.D. from The University of Georgia. Her current research interests include the testimonial narrative, border literature, and foreign language pedagogy. She has published articles in several academic journals, such as Revista Iberoamericana, Cuadernos Americanos, and Foreign Language Annals. Her book, Narrative Voices and the Liberation Movement in the Mexican State of Chiapas, was published in 2004. In addition to living in Barcelona, Spain, her travels in the Spanish-speaking world include Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rico. She presently serves as Coordinator of the Spanish Program and is the faculty advisor for FMU's Chi Theta Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society.