Stacey E Triplette, PhD
- Associate Professor of Spanish & French
Dr. Stacey Triplette teaches elementary to advanced language as well as advanced courses in composition, phonetics, literature, and film. Her research interests include medieval and early modern European literature and culture, Spanish language, culture and literature from the medieval era to the present, Spanish cinema, and digital humanities. Dr. Triplette is the faculty contact for students interested in the Digital Studies Certificate with a focus in Hispanic Studies, the Certificate in Latin American Studies, and graduate programs in Hispanic Studies. Outside the Spanish section, Dr. Triplette teaches French language, Spanish literature in translation, and medieval and Renaissance English literature.
Education & Training
- PhD, Romance Languages and Literatures, University of California, Berkeley
- BA, Spanish and English, Wake Forest University
Chivalry, Reading, and Women's Culture in Early Modern Europe. Amsterdam University Press, 2018