Dr. David Navarro
Office: Centennial 134
Biography: David Navarro earned his B.A. and M.A. in English Studies from University of Valladolid (Spain), and University College Dublin (Republic of Ireland). He holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies from Western University (London, Ontario, Canada).
Dr. Navarro’s research interests include medieval Iberian literature and historiography; biblical exegesis; Jewish-Christian relations in the Iberian kingdoms; Catalanistica studies; Judeo-Spanish, and Sephardic diaspora.
Dr. Navarro is the recipients of the 2020 John K. Walsh Award with La corónica journal for their essay “Revalorización de los conceptos de pecado y delito en las 'Siete Partidas' y las 'Cantigas de Santa Maria'”[ Revaluation of the Terms Sin and Crime in 'Siete Partidas' and in 'Cantigas de Santa Maria'].
Dr. Navarro is the adviser of the Honor Hispanic Society Sigma Delta Pi-Chapter Beta Epsilon at Texas State. He is the recipient of the 2019 Lucy F. Lee Chapter Adviser Award.
Studies in Medieval and Golden Age Spanish Peninsular Literature
Studies in Spanish Peninsular Culture
Internship in Spanish Studies
Introduction to Hispanic Literature and Literary Analysis
Survey of Spanish Literature: Beginnings-1800
Advanced Spanish Composition (Heritage Speakers)
Advanced Spanish Composition
Advanced Spanish Grammar
Special Topics in Spanish:
Women and Minorities in Medieval Spanish Literature
Bilingual Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors / La Comedia de las Equivocaciones (Co-taught with Dr. Joe Falocco – Dept. of English)
Religious Dialogue and Debate (Co-taught with Dr. Rebecca Raphael – Dept. of Philosophy)