Rocio Quispe-Agnoli, Ph.D.

1979-1985 Humanidades-Lingüística Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú 
 1986-1987 Linguistics Université de Toulouse, Le Mirail 
 1991-2000 Hispanic Studies Brown University, Providence, RI 
 2000- Romance and Classical Studies Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Latin American Literature, Latin American History, Linguistics, Semiotics, Colonial Studies, Indigeneity, Women's and Gender Studies, Literature and other arts
"Rocio Quispe-Agnoli"

A native from Perú, Rocío Quispe-Agnoli is Professor of Colonial Latin American Studies in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies at Michigan State. She is core faculty of the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and the Center for Gender Studies in a Global Context. She is also affiliated faculty in the American Indian Studies Program and the Program of Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities. She has been Director of the Center for Integrative Studies in the Arts and Humanities at Michigan State (2007-2011), the MSU General Education program in Arts and Humanities.


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Joseph Courtés grad student 1986-1987 Université de Toulouse, Le Mirail
Mercedes Vaquero grad student 1991-1993 Brown (Literature Tree)
 (MA thesis advisor - topic: Silence in Teresa de Cartagena's)
Julio Ortega grad student 1993-2000 Brown
 (PhD dissertation: La escritura: Remedio contra la violencia.)


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María Claudia André collaborator Hope College
 (Co-editor, special issues of Letras Femeninas (summer 2014) and CIEHL (fall 2015))
Mónica Díaz collaborator University of Kentucky
 (Co-edited volume of essays: "Women's Negotiations and Textual Agency" (in press))
Mindy Morgan collaborator 2007-2008 Michigan State
 (Symposium: The Global Literacy of Indigenous Languages)
Kristin Janka-Millar collaborator 2007-2009 Michigan State
 (Summer Institutes for K12 Teachers of Spanish and Latin American Studies)
Ellen Cushman collaborator 2013-2014 Northeastern University in Boston (Literature Tree)
 ("Recording the Native Americas: Indigenous Speech, Representation, and the Politics of Writing," 2014 NCAIS Summer Institute at the Newberry Library)
Emily Holley collaborator 2014-2015 Michigan State
 (Co-PI: "In the Shadow of Cortés" - Photographic Exhibit and Symposium)
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Quispe-Agnoli R. (2011) Taking possession of the new world: Powerful female agency of early colonial accounts of Perú Legacy. 28: 257-289
Quispe-Agnoli R. (2007) Indigenous practices to the resistance: Subject of writing and knowledge at the colonial Andes Revista Iberoamericana. 220: 415-436
Quispe-Agnoli R. (2004) I and other: Identity and alterity in the New Crown and Good Government Mln - Modern Language Notes. 119: 226-251
Quispe-Agnoli R. (2003) Discourse and textual perspectives of feminist voices in colonial Peru Confluencia. 19: 59-67
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