Assoc Professor of Spanish
Associate Professor of Spanish
Georgia Seminet is Associate Professor of Spanish at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas. Her areas of interest are modern Latin American narrative, globalization, childhood and children's literature in Latin America and Latin American cinema. She coedited the volume Representing History, Class and Gender in Spain and Latin America: Children and Adolescents in Film (Palgrave 2012) and Screening Minors in Latin American Cinema (Lexington 2014). She has also previously published in academic journals. Professor Seminet enjoys being able to teach a variety of courses in Spanish at St. Edward's University as well as sponsoring study abroad programs.
Ser bilingüe y poder viajar me abrió una ventana a otras culturas. Creo que es algo fantástico y me encanta compartir este interés en las culturas globales con amigos, colegas, estudiantes y todos los que tienen el deseo de ver el mundo.
Assistant Professor of Spanish, 2000-2014
Associate Professor of Spanish, 2014-present
English, Spanish and conversational French
Ph.D. in Spanish at University of Texas at Austin
MA in Spanish at University of Florida, Gainesville
BA in Spanish at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Seminet. Lexington Books/A division of the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group. August, 2014.
Adolescents in Film. Ed. Carolina Rocha and Georgia Seminet. New York:
Palgrave Macmillan, July 2012.
Studies in Hispanic Cinema 8(2) (2011): 189-202.
and Humanities in Higher Education 8(I) (January, 2009): 89-101.
de Amores.” Hispania 90.4 (2007 Dec.): 662-671.
Beatriz Guardia. Mujeres que escriben en América Latina. Lima, Perú:
CEMHAL, 2007. 289-295.
Siglo Diecinueve (Valladolid, España) 10-11 (2004-2005): 165-180.
literatura mexicana contemporánea. 21 (March 2004).
Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana 27.2 (1998 Nov): p. 14-26. (Essay and
interview coauthored with Kelly Hargrave.)
Many of my family members have been teachers, and I think my grandmother, aunts, mother and cousins who chose to teach all influenced me in some way. I enjoy the interpersonal and social aspects of teaching, and sharing experiences with students, in particular study abroad, has always been invigorating. It is so exhilarating to see students delve into the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world and become excited about what they are learning!