Ph.D., University of Georgia
International Business and Language. He is the co-editor of Visiones (Yale University Press, 2002), a literary anthology selected and adapted specifically for students of Spanish and international business. Research interests and publications include the integration of literature into the language for business curriculum. Temas del comercio y la economía en la narrativa hispana (Yale University Press, 2007), a collection of critical essays, embraces an interdisciplinary approach and address topics as diverse as the attitude toward businessmen and the accumulation of wealth, the popular reaction against foreign investment, the role of women in a commercial context, the plight of Latino immigrants in the United States, and the social distortions created by rampant consumerism.