Faculty & Staff
Amanda S. Meixell, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Spanish
Department Chair, Modern Languages
Office Location: Bogar Hall - Rm 206
PHD, Pennsylvania State University
MA, New York University
BA, Franklin and Marshall College
Meixell’s research focuses on the Spanish Golden Age, especially Cervantes and Golden Age Theater. She examines the influence of medieval literature and traditions, with an emphasis on Arthurian romance and the figure of Merlin. Recent publications include “The Quest for Identity at the Onset of the Age of Reason: Calderón’s Hado y divisa de Leonido y Marfisa” and “A Pro-feminine Golden-Age Adaptation of the Classic Female Creation Myth: Calderón’s La estatua de Prometeo and the Construction of Female Identity," both in the Bulletin of the Comediantes.
- SPAN-201 Intermediate Spanish I
- SPAN-202 Intermediate Spanish II
- SPAN-301 Advanced Conversation & Oral Expression
- SPAN-542 Independent Study