Program: Ph.D. – Hispanic Cultural Studies
Position: Teaching Assistant III, Spanish
Research Interests: Contemporary Spanish literature and popular culture, historical memory, solidarity, collective resistance, and literary responses to neoliberalism & the 2008 economic crisis.
Campus Address: Wells Hall B-470
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Isaac Veysey-White is a Ph.D. candidate (A.B.D.) in Hispanic Cultural Studies and a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies at Michigan State University. He has previously taught courses in introductory and intermediate Spanish, as well as in Spanish grammar, and is currently serving as the Technology GA. He also serves as a department steward to the Graduate Employees Union and as Co-Chair for GSA-TROPOS. He previously earned a Master of Arts in Spanish from Western Michigan University in 2017. His research interests focus on contemporary Spanish peninsular literature and popular culture, with particular interest in memory, societal trauma, solidarity, and collective resistance. His dissertation projects investigates criticisms of neoliberalism following the 2008 economic crisis and 15M demonstrations in contemporary Spanish comics. He has a pending publication with the Spanish and Portuguese Review concerning queer resistance in Trifonia Melibea Obono’s La Bastarda.