Professor Domínguez joined the LJWL faculty in 2016. Her research, interdisciplinary in nature, focuses on Contemporary Iberian Peninsular literatures and cultures. Her work has been published in peer review publications such as Ámbitos feministas, Alba de América and Letras Hispanas among others. In addition to her non-fiction work, she is the author of several short stories. Growing up she always showed a special interest in the press and publishing world, which has led her to collaborate as co-editor for LL-Journal and as reviewer for The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies and Colindancias, Regional Network of Hispanists from Hungary, Romania and Serbia.
In the past sixteen years professor Domínguez has enjoined teaching all kinds of language, literature and culture courses in over six different institutions such as Purdue University (IN), Hunter College (NY), Western Connecticut State University (CT), Naugatuck Community College, (CT) and Dominican University (IL). As a Spanish teacher for the Upward Bound Program professor Domínguez was awarded with a “Certificate of Appreciation: Outstanding Performance in Instruction” by the US Department of Education.
- Ph.D., Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures & Languages, The Graduate Center, City University of New York
- M.A., Spanish, Purdue University
- B.A., Humanities, Universidad de Castilla la Mancha, Spain
- Elementary Spanish I – SPA 101
- Current Spanish Linguistics – SPA 437