Sonia Labrador-Rodriguez

Associate Professor of Spanish Language and Literature - Gender Studies - Humanities - Interdisciplinary Programs - Spanish Language and Literature

Sonia Labrador-Rodriguez
  • Phone: (941) 487-4286
  • Email: slabrador@ncf.edu
  • Office Location: ACE 322
  • Mail Location: ACE 116

Associate Professor of Spanish Language & Literature

M.A., Ph.D., State University of New York-Stony Brook
B.A., University of Puerto Rico

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Professor Labrador-Rodríguez’s interests in teaching and research include Afro-Spanish American literature and history of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, literature written by Cuban slaves, contemporary Caribbean literature and culture, and race and nation in Spanish America. She has published several articles about race and the role of intellectuals in Cuba and Puerto Rico.

Recent Courses
Elementary Spanish II
Spanish Conversation and Composition

Selected Publications
Labrador-Rodriguez, S. (2006). “Un Capitulo de la ‘Este’tica de la Furia’: la Revista Zona Carga y Descarga.” Hispanismo: Discursos Culturales, Identidad y Memoria. VII Congreso Nacional de Hispanistas, Tucuman, Argentina, 2 247-258.

Labrador-Rodriguez, S. (2006). Nicolas Guillen y sus Antecesores: la ‘Poesia Blanca’de los Poetas Negros del Siglo XIX. Homenaje a Nicolas Guillen (pp. 231-247). Veracruz, Mexico: Instituto de Investigaciones Linguistico-Literarias, Universidad Vezacruzana, Coleccion Cuadernos.