Part-Time Faculty

Kalmanovitz Hall 352

Virginia Ramos is a Spanish and American poet, and educator. She holds a doctoral degree in Comparative Literature from Stanford University and is the former Managing Editor of Mantis, A Journal of Poetry, Criticism and Translation. Her essays and reviews have appeared in several publications in the US and Europe. Earlier in her career she worked for the Global Fund for Women and continues to support and fight for human rights globally. Her research interests include the intersection of...

  • Stanford University, PhD in Comparative Literature, 2016
  • San Francisco State University, MA in Humanities, 2008
  • Modern and Contemporary Literature (Spanish, French, German, and English)
  • Poetry and Lyrical narratives
  • Interdisciplinary Studies¬†
  • Transnational and Postcolonial Studies