Maria Mudrovcic

mudrovci@msu.edu
(517) 884-6350

B-455 Wells Hall

FacultyRomance and Classical Studies

Professor
Spanish

Biography

María E. Mudrovcic is a Latin Americanist with a specialization in intellectual and literary history.  An important part of her research explores how cultural agents (mainly journals, foundations, and other symbolic clearing houses or taste makers) intervene in the intellectual field during moments of transition and/or reorganization of peripheral cultures such as that of Latin America.  Questions related to canon formation, culture wars and the making of taste, values and reputation are at the forefront of her reading of Latin American cultures in context.

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Degree: Ph.D., University of Southern California

Position: Professor of Latin American Studies

Research interests: Latin American intellectual history

University News

Lifelong Learner Follows Her Passion to Earn M.A. in Spanish at Age 72
Published May 13, 2021 in College of Arts & Letters
Armed with a passion for Spanish and an undeniable drive to learn, Margaret “Peggy” Kennedy successfully earned her M.A. in Hispanic Literature from Michigan State University last week at the…Read now »