Dr Mel Boland BA, M.LITT, Ph.D.
|Lecturer in Spanish and Linguistics (2001- present) Senior Tutor in Spanish and Linguistics, UCD, (1997-2001) Completed PhD in Latin American Literature in Hispanic and Lusophone Studies, UCD (2010) MLitt in Hispanic Linguistics, UCD, (2001) BA (Hons) in Spanish and Linguistics, UCD (1997). Awarded PgDip in Academic Practice, CELT, NUI Galway, (2011).|
|Boland, M. (2003) Stepping Back, Facing Forward: Tracing Chilean Identity in Allende's Mi país inventado. Latin American Identities: Legacies and Possibilities. National University of Ireland, Galway: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Boland, M. (2005) Of marginal importance? Blanco -White and Translation Tradition in Spain. Borders and Margins: (Re)defining Space and Place in European Literary and Cultural Discourses. National University of Ireland, Galway: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Boland, M. (2006) (North) American idyll? Examining Isabel Allende's relationship with the United States. Irish Association of Latin Americanists. University of Coleraine: Conference Paper [Details]|