Dr. Grant Moss is an Assistant Professor of Spanish. He came to Pittsburg State University in the Fall of 2010.
Dr. Moss was honored with the 2012 Robert K. Ratzlaff Outstanding Faculty Award by the Student Government Association from student nominees of faculty that demonstrate excellence in instruction and service to students on campus.
Education and Certifications
Ph.D., Hispanic Studies, The Ohio State University, 2010.
M.A., Latin American Studies, La Universidad de Salamanca, Spain, 2004.
B. A., Spanish, University of Utah, 2001.
B. A., English, University of Utah, 2001.
Iberian, Spanish-American and Brazilian poetry, narrative, and intellectual contacts of the 20th and 21st centuries, literatures and art of the Second Spanish Republic/Spanish Civil War, Spanish language and culture.
Interests, Publications and Presentations
Dr. Grant Moss views World Cup matches (only every four years!), works on cars, prepares amazing paellas, and swims in the Mediterranean, Atlantic, and Pacific.
Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals
"La retórica de la propaganda como agente de cambio literario en Huidobro durante la Guerra Civil Española." Anales de Literatura Chilena 9 (Monográfico Vicente Huidobro) (June 2008): 205-220.
Articles in Conference Proceeding
"Poetry in the Foreign Language Classroom: Double Jeopardy or Communicative Gold Mine?" 2011 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. ISSN 1541-5899.
"Neruda, Bécquer and Others: Essential Contributors to Beginning Spanish Courses." 2011 Hawaii International Conference on Education. ISSN 1541-5880.
"El cantón de Cartagena visto por Benito Pérez Galdós en La primera República y De Cartago a Sagunto y por Ramón J. Sender en Mr. Witt en el cantón." Deseo, poder y política en la cultura hispánica (2007): 163-170.
Review of Gilberto Freyre e os estudos latino-americanos por Joshua Lund e Malcom McNee, eds. Hispania. Vol. 90.4 (December 2007): 708-709