Mirian Campos

Academic Credentials

PhD in Hispanic Literature, El Colegio de México. MA in Letras Mexicanas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Biography

Other Information

Teaching Area

Spanish language and literature, communication and cultural studies

Research Interests

Colonial literature, Early Modern literature, Creole Identity in literature, Spanish Inquistion

Publications

“2017 “Ecos medievales: transformaciones y orígenes del tópico de la translatio imperii en dos textos de la literatura guadalupana novohispana”, Prolija Memoria 1 (2017), pp.99-115. 2014 “El nacimiento de la nación criolla: mito, historia e identidad en la narrativa de Miguel Sánchez”, Revista Destiempos 37, México, 2014, pp. 58-75. 2013 “La invasión napoleónica a través de la escritura oracular novohispana: el caso de La transmigración de la iglesia de Guadalupe, Revista Aequitas, España, 2013. 2012 “Las herejías místicas de Ana Rodríguez de Castro y Agustina Josefa de Jesús Vera Villavicencio Palacios: prácticas, motivos y orígenes”, Revista de la Inquisición (numero 16), España, 2012. 2011 “Muertos y Maltratados: Los personajes infantiles de Nájera y la crítica social”, Decires, México, 2011.”
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Jennifer Spafford

Academic Credentials

Ed.D., LPC, NCC, NCSC

Bio

Jennifer Spafford, Ed.D., LPC, NCC, NCSC is a Visiting Assistant professor in the School of Counseling. She has worked as a school counselor at the high school level for ten years where she was recognized by Phi Delta Kappa as an Outstanding First Year Teacher and a Marion Flagg Scholarship Recipient to PCACAC. Dr. Spafford has held several interim positions at Marymount University: Director of Student Access Services, School of Education and Human Services Associate Dean, First Year Experience Associate Dean, and Director of the Academic Advising Center, most notably creating a professional advising center. In addition, Dr. Spafford is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia and maintains a private practice serving adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Dr. Spafford holds certifications as a National Certified Counselor and National Certified School Counselor. Her research interests include multicultural counseling, Bowen Family Systems Theory, and the impact bullying has on adolescent development.

Teaching Areas

Multicultural Counseling, Theories and Techniques of Family Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Practicum, Counseling Skills, Group Counseling, Counseling Children and Adolescents, Career Development, Bases of Psychopathology

Research Interests

Multicultural Issues in Counseling, Bowen Family Systems Theory, Influence of Moral Sensitivity and Self-Efficacy on Adolescent Bystander Behavior during Bullying, Adolescent Development

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