Óscar Iván Useche

 
 

I hold a B.S. in Electronics Engineering, and advanced degrees in Latin American and peninsular literatures and cultures. My teaching and research interests include the influence of science, technology and industry on Spanish cultural production, and the relations between dynamics of social, political and economic transformation and the construction of national identity in Spain. I have taught courses on different periods and problems related to the Hispanic world, as well as a wide variety of Spanish language classes. Currently, I am working in a book provisionally entitled Spanish Techno-Founders: The Science and Industry of National Identity.

 

Affiliation


Assistant Professor

Department of Modern Languages

Ursinus College


contact


Academia.edu


Email:

ouseche@ursinus.edu


Phone:

(610) 409-3526


Address:

601 E. Main Street

Collegeville, PA 19426-1000


Education


Ph.D., M.Phil.

Columbia University, New York


M.A.

Indiana University, Bloomington


M.A., B.S.

Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá





Last Update: 05/01/16