Prof. Nadina Olmedo

Nadina Olmedo

Associate Professor

Full-Time Faculty
Kalmanovitz Hall 335


Prof. Olmedo 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. She teaches courses in language and culture and also literature and film, such as: Feminist Theory and Feminist Discourse, The Revenge of the Monsters and Conflicts and Confluences in the Spanish speaking world. She is the curator of the Latin Horror Film Festival at USF.


  • Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies

Research Areas

  • Gothic Literature
  • Women and Gender Studies
  • Emergent Horror Cinemas in the Hispanic World



  • PhD, Hispanic Studies, University of Kentucky
  • BA, Profesorado en Letras, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia (Argentina)

Prior Experience

  • Professor, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia, the University of Kentucky and Campbellsville University