Ester Gimbernat Gonzalez


Phone: 970-351-2964

Professor of Hispanic Studies in School of Modern Languages and Cultures. Specialist in literature written by Latin American women of the late 20th century, Latin American poetry of the 20th century, postrevolutionary Cuban literature, literature of the Mexican Revolution and short stories by South American writers in the 20th century . Born in San Juan, Argentina, she received her Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University. Has been editor of "Confluencia" since 1993. Has published six books, numerous articles, and participated in more than 150 national and international conferences. Received the Distinguished Scholar Award (1989), M. Lucille Harrison Award (2000), Professor of the Year (2000), scholar of the college award (nine times), six awards from the Mortar Board Honor Society and two College Teaching Awards.



Literature Written by Latin American Women in XX & XXI Centuries

Exile and Memory: in Latin American Women Writing