David Mayanin Tenorio Gonzalez

David Tenorio

Position Title
Graduate Student in Spanish, Associate in Spanish

109 Sproul Hall
Bio

ADVISER(S)

Dr. Emilio Bejel & Dr. Robert M. Irwin
 

EDUCATION AND DEGREE(S)

  • Ph.D. (Candidate) in Spanish with an emphasis on Latin American and Caribbean Literature and Culture, University of California, Davis (in progress)
  • M.A. in Spanish Language & Literature, Queen's University
  • B.A. Hispanic Studies & Psychology, Glendon College, York University
     

RESEARCH INTEREST(S)

  • Latin American and Caribbean Cultural Studies
  • Contemporary Cuban and Mexican Cultural Production
  • Gender and Sexuality Studies
  • Queer and Affect Theory
  • New Materialism
  • Digital Humanities
  • Community-Based Scholarship
     

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Spanish 1-3 (Elementary Spanish)
  • Spanish  1A (Intensive Elementary Spanish)
  • Spanish  21-22 (Intermediate Spanish)
  • Spanish  23 (Advanced Composition)
  • TA for Spanish  153 (The Latin American Short Story)
  • TA for Spanish 154 (The Chicano/a Novel)
  • TA for Spanish  172 (Mexican Cultural Studies)
  • TA for Spanish  177 (California and Latin America)
     

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • “Arquitecturas de lo imposible: muerte, homoerotismo y espacio urbano en el cine de Julián Hernández”, Forthcoming.
  • “Of A Place Beyond the Nation: Migrant Voices of Hispanic Caribbean Literature”, Review. A Contracorriente 11.2 Winter 2014.
  • “A Window into Everyday Void: On Narcissism in Contemporary Peninsular Literature & Arts.” Recent Developments in Spanish Literature and Art: Studies in Narrative Criticism. London: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2012.
     

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Departmental Dissertation Writing Fellowship, 2016
  • Humanities Program Fellowship, 2015
  • HArCS Dean’s Fellowship, 2015
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, 2014-15