John DayAssistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures
B.A., University of Utah
M.A., University of Northern Iowa
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
Programs: Spanish, World Literature
Dr. John F. Day is assistant professor of Spanish and has been at St. Norbert College since 1998. His current research interests include contemporary Costa Rican fiction and the tension between the oral and literate cultural traditions of Costa Rica, and the presence of non-western cultures and perspectives generally in the literature of Latin America.
He has directed study abroad programs in Ecuador and Costa Rica, and has taken students for shorter immersion trips to Costa Rica.
SPAN 101 and 102: Elementary Spanish
SPAN 203 and 204: Intermediate Spanish
SPAN 304: Spanish Composition
SPAN 305: Introduction to Hispanic Literature and Literary Criticism
SPAN 320: Survey of Latin American Literature
SPAN 325: Central American Literature
SPAN 385: Latin American Civilization
SPAN 400: Senior Capstone Seminar Literature and Culture of Costa Rica and Peru
WOLT 207: Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture