Dr. Stinnett is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish and Peninsular Studies. He specializes in Early Modern Hispanic literature, convent writing, and gender studies. Here at SEU, he has taught basic to advanced language, conversation, and writing courses and Peninsular Culture and Civilization. Dr. Stinnett looks forward to teaching "The Female Experience: Women, Gender, and Sexuality in Medieval and Early Modern Spain" and "The (Mis) Adventures of the Semi-Sane Don Quijote de la Mancha" in the 2017-2018 academic year. 

Year Started

2016

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish, Portuguese 

Education

Ph.D. - University of Tennessee, Knoxville

M.A. - Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

B.A. - Murray State University 

Research

Research

LGBTQ studies, convent writing, Counter Reformation Spain, masculinity