Dr. Gregory Robinson
Professor of Latin American Studies
B. A. The University of North Alabama
M.A. and Ph.D. University of Alabama
Professor Robinson concentrates his research in Central American literature and has written several articles constructed on similar themes—identity, race and gender—found in short-stories from the 20th century writers located in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Panama. His teaching interest reflects a diverse approach which likewise embraces authors from Mexico, South America, and Brazil including the culture of Latin America with an emphasis in Latin American cinema.
Professor Robinson actively participates in various national and international conferences such as: The International Conference of Central American Literature (CILCA), The Annual Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (MIFLC), and The Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, among others. He has contributed in various student study abroad programs in Costa Rica, Panama and Spain.