Liz Bell is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese with interests in indigenous expression and narrative, performance studies, and ritual and spirituality. She conducted fieldwork in Guatemala on a Fulbright research grant, and her current research focuses on the Kaqchikel-Mayas of Guatemala and apocalyptic phenomena.
- Indigenous Studies
- Narratives of Identity
- Ph.D. Latin American Cultural and Literary Studies, The Ohio State University, 2012
- M.A. Hispanic Literatures and Cultures, Modern Trans-Atlantic, The Ohio State University, 2007
- B.A., magna cum laude Spanish, Case Western Reserve University (minors in Physics, Astronomy, and Latin American Ethnic Studies), 2005