Marlene Gottlieb, PHD

Marlene Gottlieb, PHD

Professor

Department : Modern Language & Literature

Email : marlene.gottlieb@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7341

Office : MEM 407

Education

PHD, Columbia University
MA, Columbia University
BA, CUNY Hunter College

Research

  • Contemporary Latin American Poetry (especially Chilean poetry), Modernismo, Theme of Don Juan
  • Antipoetry of Nicanor Parra, Pablo Neruda, Benjamín Morgado and runrunismo, Dramatic Monologue in Hispanic Poetry, Ezra Pound in Latin America

Publications & Professional Activities

  • Books:
  • Pablo Neruda and Nicanor Parra Face To Face .Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1997.
  • Las revistas modernistas de Francisco Villaespesa. Granada: Editorial Anel, 1995. Critical Edition.
  • Nicanor Parra: Antes y Después de Jesucristo. Princeton: Linden Lane Press, 1993. Critical Anthology.
  • El Burlador de Sevilla of Francisco Villaespesa. Seville: Editoriales Andaluzas Unidas,1986. Critical edition.
  • No se termina nunca de nacer: La poesía de Nicanor Parra. Madrid: Playor, 1977.

Monographs:

  • Co-authored with Armand Singer. A Final Supplement to the Don Juan Theme. Morgantown: University of West Virginia Monographs, 2003.

Selected Articles:

  • “Don Juan from a Feminist Perspective.” Philological Papers, 54 (2011): 29-38. 
  • “The Dramatic Monologue in the Poetry of Jorge Luis Borges.” Variaciones Borges, 30 (2010): 59-81.
  • “Villaespesa en Latinoamérica” in Andújar Almansa, José and José Luis López Bretones (eds.). Villaespesa y las poéticas del modernismo. Almería: Universidad de Almería, 2004: 335-353.
  • “El verbo poético, politico y religioso de Ernesto Cardenal”. Cuadernos de ALDEEU, XX, 1(Abril 2004): 112-20.
  • “El monólogo dramatico en la poesía de Patricio Lerzundi”, in Toscano Liria, Nicolás, Carmen Fernández Klohe, Gerardo Piña-Rosales, Rafael Corbalán Torres, Oneida Sánchez (eds.) Presencia Hispánica en los Estados Unidos. New York: St. John’s University, 2003.
  • “Estructura rítmica de Hay un país en el mundo de Pedro Mir". CiberLetras, vol. 4. 2000. http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/ciberletras.
  • “El poema dialógico: Género híbrido finisecular”, Actas del XXXII Congreso Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, Santiago de Chile, June 30, 1998. Pittsburgh: Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, 2000:89-96.
  • “Enrique Lihn y la antipoesía”, América Hispánica, 15-16 (jan-dez 1996): 173-189.
  • El Burlador de la Pampa y otros don Juanes sudamericanos”, Crítica Hispánica, vol. 18, 1 (1996): 177-185.
  • “Nicanor Parra o el método del discurso”, Atenea, 473 (1996): 71-94.
  • “ 'El solterón' de Leopoldo Lugones y 'The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock' de T.S. Eliot: dos metáforas del tiempo”, América Hispánica, VII, 11-12 (jan-dez 1994): 93-97.
  • “ 'Tango del viudo': Texto, contexto, intertexto”, América Hispánica , VI, 10 (jul-dez. 1993): 47-60.
  • “Mayakovsky in the Hispanic World”, Proceedings of the Mayakovsky Centennial. New York: Lehman College, 1993.

 

Honors & Awards

  • Phi Beta Kappa, 1965
  • Woodrow Wilson Fellow
  • Ruth E. Wasley Distinguished Teacher Award for Postsecondary Foreign Language, NYSAFLT (New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers), 2003
  • Serves on Editorial Board of Ciberletras and Revista Hostosiana

Courses Taught/Teaching

SPAN 210      Writing Spanish
SPAN 219      Keeping Spanish Alive
SPAN 307      Advanced Grammar and Composition
SPAN 318      Spanish for Health Personnel
SPAN 320      Special Topics:Translation
SPAN 341      Spanish American Civilization
SPAN 350      Masterworks in Spanish I
SPAN 351      Masterworks in Spanish II
SPAN 420      SpanSem:Novels of Vargas Llosa
SPAN 420      SpanSem: Borges
SPAN 423      Great Hispanic Poets
SPAN 424      The Modern Novel in Spain and Spanish America
SPAN 435      Spanish-American Short Fiction
SPAN 460      Independent Study