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steve dolph

Steve Vásquez Dolph, PhD

Assistant Teaching Professor
Department of Global Studies and Modern Languages
Office: Academic Building, 320
sd3366@drexel.edu
Phone: 215.895.6350

Additional Sites: stevedolph.com

Education:

  • PhD, Spanish & Portuguese Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 2017
  • MA, Spanish & Portuguese Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 2012
  • MA, English, Temple University, 2007
  • BA, English, Colgate University, 2004

Research Interests:

  • Latin American diaspora and climate change
  • Politics and poetics of translation
  • Early modern cultural production
  • History and sociology of science

Bio:

Steve Vásquez Dolph, PhD, is an assistant teaching professor of Spanish in the Department of Global Studies and Modern Languages. His research and teaching examine the relationship between global diaspora and climate change, with a special focus on Spanish-speaking immigrant communities in Philadelphia. At Drexel, he has taught courses on sanctuary cities, food sovereignty and cultural translation. He is also the coordinator of Elementary Spanish for the Modern Languages program, and the current Vice President of Bienvenidos, the university's Hispanic/Latino faculty and professional staff association. As the 2019-20 Teaching Faculty Fellow at the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement, he leads a working group on community-based global learning.