Tabea Alexa Linhard
Campus Box 1077
One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
Tabea Alexa Linhard is Associate Professor of Spanish. She received her PhD in Romance Studies from Duke University in 2001.
Professor Linhard’s main research interests cover contemporary Peninsular and Mexican literature and cultural studies. She is the author of Fearless Women in the Mexican Revolution and the Spanish Civil War (University of Missouri Press, 2005), a transatlantic study of the intersections among revolution, gender, and culture in the early twentieth century. Her other publications include articles on gender and subalternity, narratives of immigration in Spain, transatlantic perspectives on cinema, and, more recently, Mediterranean cultural studies, with an emphasis on the Jewish diaspora in the Hispanic world. She is currently working on a book-length project entitled Jewish Spain Today: A Mediterranean Map.
At Washington University in St. Louis she teaches Spanish and Spanish American literature and Spanish film. Her courses and seminars include “Contemporary Spanish Novel,” “All about Spanish Cinema,” “Mediterranean Cultural Studies," and "Exile, Immigration and Memory in Spain."