Dr. Tatevik GyulamiryanAssistant Professor of Spanish
Tatevik Gyulamiryan joined the Department of Modern and Classical Languages in fall 2015. She teaches Spanish Medieval and Golden Age literature and Spanish-language courses.
Areas of Expertise
Tatevik’s area of expertise is Spanish Golden Age literature. Her main research focus is the influence of Cervantes' Don Quixote on world literature. Her dissertation, Homecoming Festivals: The Re-accentuated Image of Don Quixote in Western Novel, studies several quixotic novels of three geographic areas: Europe, North America and South America.
Tatevik is also interested in cognitive approaches to literature and theories of Bakhtin. Her recent publication reflects research on M.M. Bakhtin's work and his views on Russian poetry of the decadent period.
- Ph.D., Spanish literature, Purdue University, 2015
- M.A., Spanish literature, Purdue University, 2010
- B.A., English and Spanish philology, education, Yerevan State Linguistic University, 2008
- Certificate, international relations, Berea College, 2007