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Modern/Classical Languages Department

John Reed, Ph.D.
John Reed
Modern/Classical Languages - Associate Professor

(507) 457-1517
jreed@smumn.edu

John Reed is a tenured Associate Professor of Classical Languages at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota.

Courses Taught Recently at SMU
Advanced Spanish Composition
Intermediate Spanish I & II
Spanish Civilization
Latin American Literature

Professional Organizations
Modern Language Assocation
Association for Hispanic Classical Theater
Comediantes

Education
Ph.D., Spanish, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2002
M.A., Spanish Literature, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1991
B.A., Spanish, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1987

Teaching Experience
2000 to Present: Assistant Professor, Modern and Classical Languages, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, MN
1998-2000: Visiting Assistant Professor, Illinois Wesleyan University, IL

Select Presentations
Guest Reader for "Una lectura quijotesca/A Quixotic Reading," Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2004

"Preying on the Merry Widow: Images of the Hunt in Tirso's La republica al reves, La prudencia en la mujer, and El castigo del penseque," Spanish Golden Age Theater Symposium, El Paso, TX, 2003

"What's in a name?: Mythological superstructure in Tirso de Molina's El castigo del penseque and Quien calla, ortorga," Spanish Golden Age Theater Symposium, El Paso, TX, 1999

"A Case of Role-Reversal: El castigo del penseque and the Nineteenth Century Refundicion," Spanish Golden Age Theater Symposium, El Paso, TX, 1998