David Dalton

Assistant Professor of Spanish
COED 463

 

Fall 2020

Virtual Office Hours

Monday 3:30-6:30pm & by appointment 

Webex: https://uncc.webex.com/meet/ddalto14

Director Honors

 

Teaching Schedule

LACS 4700-001 Online Asynchronous (Honors Project)

LTAM 6300-090 M 6:30-9:15 (Seminar in Latin American Thought)

Dr. Dalton joined the faculty as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish in August 2016, and he was promoted to Assistant Professor of Spanish in 2017. His teaching and research focuses primarily on Mexican and Latin American literary and cultural production. He is especially interested in how science and technology interface with constructs of race and gender in Mexico and throughout the world. He has taught classes on narco literature and culture, the post-revolutionary Mexican novel, US Latinx literature and culture, the Spanish American Boom, Science and Culture in the Hispanic world, Latin American Cinema, Latin American Thought, and so forth. Dr. Dalton is also an active researcher in the field; he has published several articles, and a recent book with the University of Florida Press.

Education

PhD University of Kansas, 2015
MA Brigham Young University, 2011
BA Brigham Young University, 2009

Appointments

Assistant Professor of Spanish 2017-present

Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish 2016-2017

Specific Research Interests

Mexican and Latin American literary and cultural production

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