Jennifer L. Rudolph
Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies
Joined Connecticut College: 2010
B.A., St. Xavier University
M.A., Loyola University
Ph.D., University of Illinois
• Latino cultural studies • Critical race theory • Masculinity theory
Jennifer Rudolph joined the Connecticut College faculty in 2010 as an assistant professor of Hispanic studies.
She teaches Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition.
Her dissertation was titled "Roncamos porque podemos: Racialization, Redemption and Mascu-latinidad."
Rudolph's research interests include U.S. Latino expressive cultures, Latino identity formation, transnationalism, urban studies, and teaching Spanish to heritage/native speakers. She is working on a documentary about the Latino first generation in Chicago.
Visit the Hispanic studies department website.