Alison Caplan

Associate Professor

Contact Information:


Sullivan Hall 216


Ph.D. - University of California, Santa Barbara

Area(s) of Expertise:

History and literature of medieval and early modern Spain, foreign language and digital pedagogy

Selected Publications:

Alonso Garcia, N. Caplan, A. , . (2014) "Reading the World’s Classics Critically: A Keyword-Based Approach to Literary Analysis in Foreign Language Studies". Critical Inquiry in Language Studies.(11), 100-120.

Caplan, A. Betancur, B. , . (2010) La Numancia. Newark, Delaware: European Masterpieces

Caplan, A. (2009) In Georgina Dopico Black and Francisco Layna Ranz (Ed.), "Tirant lo Blanc, Don Quijote de la Mancha y la diferencia de género en la caballeresca medieval". Madrid: Polifemo

Caplan, A. (2003) In David A. Boruchoff (Ed.), “The World of Isabel la Católica” . New York: Palgrave MacMillan

Selected Presentations:

Caplan, A. Digital Humanities Conference. , Hamburg, Germany - "Developing Transcultural Competence in the Study of World Literatures: Golden Age Literature Glossary Online (GALGO)" July, 2012

Caplan, A. Northeast Modern Language Association. , New Brunswick, NJ - "Unlocking Meaning: The Comprehensive Digital Glossary of Golden Age Spanish Literature" April, 2011

Caplan, A. 42nd International Conference on Medieval Studies. , Kalamazoo, MI - "Daring and Decadence in the Late Medieval World of Tirant lo Blanc" May, 2007

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