Associate Professor, earned her B.A. in Linguistics at the
University of California, Berkeley, and her M.A. and Ph.D. in
Spanish Literature at Stanford University (1996). Prof.
Urrutia-Jordana has taught at the University of San Francisco since
1996 and has been a recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship to the
Universidad de Salamanca in Spain.
Her first book, La poetización de
la política en el Unamuno exiliado: De Fuerteventura a París
Romancero del destierro, was published in 2003 by Ediciones
Universidad de Salamanca. Since then, her scholarship has continued
to focus on the 20th Century Basque writer Miguel de Unamuno,
particularly his period of exile. She has offered courses ranging
from the Golden Age of Spanish literature to the poetry and novels
produced in the shadow of the Civil War and the era of