Luzmila Camacho-Platero

Assistant Professor
Faculty

Luzmila Camacho-Platero has taught as Associate Professor in small liberal arts colleges (Utica College and Saint Mary’s College) and has broad experience teaching a variety of courses ranging from language at all levels to literature and culture from Golden Age to 20th century.  Her main research explores Golden Age Theater and more specifically the topic of la mujer varonil. Her other research and teaching interests include contemporary Spanish film and minority cultures. Currently, she is working on an anthology of Medieval and Golden Age Spanish women writers.

Publications

  • La Monja Alférez de Juan Pérez de Montalbán. Estudio Crítico y Edición Anotada (2006).
  • De butchs a femmes: Representación de personajes lésbicos en la televisión española,” Letras Femeninas, (Summer 2010): 103-121.
  • Las famosas asturianas: Celebración de la castidad y de la mujer varonil.” Cuatro Triunfos Aureos y Otros Dramaturgos del Siglo de Oro (pp. 497-510). El Colegio de México. México, Fall 2010.
  •  “Amor Transgresor en La mayor confusión y Los primos amantes de Juan Pérez de Montalbán.” Revista Destiempos, October – Novermber, 2009, No. 22, México Distrito Federal.
  • “Travestismo, Lesbianismo e Identidad Transgenérica de Catalina de Erauso, la Monja Alférez.” (Trans. Transvestism, Lesbianism, and Transgender Identity of Catalina de Erauso, the Lieutenant Nun”) Revista Destiempos, N. 14 (pp.585-593), México Distrito Federal: Marzo-Abril, 2008. 
  •  “Political and Gender Transgression in Lope de Vega’s La Varona Castellana,” Philological Papers Volume 51 (Fall 2006): 1-11 West Virginia University. 

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