Coria-Sánchez, Carlos M.

Carlos M.
Coria-Sánchez
Job Title: 
Director of the Department of Latin American Studies, Associate Professor
Directory: 
Department: 
Spanish - Department of Languages and Culture Studies
Office: 
COED 417
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Ph.D. The University of Georgia

Books:

Coria-Sanchez, Carlos M. and John Hyatt. Essays on Mexican Business Culture. North Carolina: McFarland & Company. 2016.
Angeles Mastretta y el Feminismo en México. Plaza y Valdéz. México. Spring 2010
Entre Socios: Español para el Mundo Profesional. McGraw-Hill.  Spring 2010(Co-edited with Carmen Caney)
Temas del Comercio y la economía en la Narrativa Hispana.  Yale University Press.  Spring 2008. (Co-edited with Germán Torres)
Visiones: Realidades Sociales en la Literatura Hispana. Yale University Press.  Fall 2002. (Co-edited with Germán Torres)

Recent Publications:

1. Coria-Sanchez, Carlos M. “Mexican Business Culture in Trade Books: Past and Present.” Coria-Sanchez, Carlos M. and John Hyatt. Eds: Essays on Mexican Business Culture. McFarland & Company. 2016: 9-25.

2. Coria-Sanchez, Carlos M.and John Hyatt. “Advancement of Mexican Women in the Work Place.”  Coria-Sanchez, Carlos M. and John Hyatt. Eds: Essays on Mexican Business Culture. McFarland & Company. 2016: 183-192.

3. Coria-Sanchez, Carlos M. “La influencia de La Brecha en el discurso feminista de los setentas y ochentas.” The Coastal Review. Georgia Southern University. 2016: Online.
 
4. Coria-Sanchez, Carlos M. “Lived Experiences in Mexican Business Context.” Global Business Languages. Purdue University. 17 (2012): 53-61.
 
5. Coria-Sanchez, Carlos M. “Intertextualidad entre los ángeles caídos de Amado Nervo y Gabriel García Márquez.” Alba de América 60-61 (2012): 298-309.

 

Areas of Research Interest:
Latin American Literature, Spanish for Business, Mexican Women Writers.

Areas of Teaching Interest:
Latin American Literature, Spanish for Business, Interdisciplinary studies between literature and political, social, cultural, and economic issues in Hispanic Literature.