Miriam Romero joined Norwich University’s Modern Languages Department faculty in 2020. She completed her doctorate in Latin American Studies at the University of Oklahoma. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with teaching certification and a Mastwer of Arts in Spanish literature and culture from the University of Texas, Brownsville.
At Norwich, she teaches Spanish I and II, Advanced Spanish I, Spanish American Short Stories, and specialized courses in Spanish such as Spanish for Heritage Speakers and Spanish for Law Enforcement.
Her research interests encompass literature and culture from Latin American countries from th 20th and 21st centuries with an emphasis on borderlands’ literature and theory, diaspora, and immigration. She is also interested in creative writing; her creative work has been published in literary magazines from several countries. She also participated as co-editor of El Valle at the University of Texas at Brownsville, De Puño y Letra Vols. 1 and 2, and Pegaso, a journal of Latin American art and culture, at the University of Oklahoma.