Victoria Ketz

Department Chair
Associate Professor

PhD, Spanish Language and Literature, Columbia University, 1999
MPhil, Spanish Language and Literature, Columbia University, 1991
MA, Romance Languages and Literatures, The Ohio State University, 1988

BS, Microbiology and Spanish, Ohio State University, 1986

Office: 6 President Street
Phone: (914) 637-2737
Office hours:  Tuesday/Thursday, Noon to 6:30 pm, and Wednesday, by appointment

Research Interests

Contemporary Spanish Theater, Contemporary Spanish Narrative, Contemporary Latin American Fiction, Contemporary Latin American Theater, Golden Age Theater and Narrative, Feminist Theory, Literary History, and Narratology

Research Activities

“In Between the Painting and the Mirror: Framing the Female Subject.” Eds. María Claudia Andre and Rocío Quispe- Agnoli. “Women’s Gaze Female Visual Narratives and Narrations of the Visual in the Luso-Hispanic World” Monographic volume of Letras Femeninas, Summer 2014.

“Aromas, Memories, Recipes, and Sexuality in Allende, Esquivel, and Ferré”  Revista Liberia: Hispanic Journal of Cultural Criticism 1 (2013): 1-22.

“Blurring Boundaries: Genres, Intertextuality, and Metafiction in La sombra del viento”, Eds.  María Tajes and Maureen Tobin Stanley, Hybridity in Spanish Culture. New Castle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011: 77-99.