CELASA — Modern and Classical Languages
Nadina  Olmedo

Nadina Olmedo

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Modern and Classical Languages. She earned her Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies at the University of Kentucky. Her general area of expertise is Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies. Her research interests focus on Gothic Literature, Women and Gender Studies, and Emergent Horror Cinemas in the Hispanic World. Dr. Olmedo also serves as the Associate Editor of Polifonia, Revista de Estudios Hispanicos. Before joining USF, she taught at Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia, the University of Kentucky, and Campbellsville University.