Pepa Lago-Grana teaches Spanish language, and Latin American culture and literature. Her research focuses on women authors in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean and Central America, and the narrative of Colombian Nobel prize winner Gabriel García Márquez. She is particularly interested in the connection between migration movements and national identity, and gendered spatial relations. She explores the fields of digital humanities and hybrid pedagogy both in her teaching and research.
Licenciatura, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, 1991; M.A., Ph.D., University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 1993, 1997