Jennifer Rudolph

Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies

Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies
Joined Connecticut College: 2010
On sabbatical Spring 2014

B.A., St. Xavier University; M.A., Loyola University; Ph.D., University of Illinois

Latino cultural studies
Critical race theory
Masculinity theory

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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.