Gloria Elsa Li
Gloria Elsa Li was born and raised in Perú, and graduated from the University of Trujillo with a B.A. in Philosophy and Social Sciences. She obtained her M.A. from the University of Arizona with a major in Golden Age Spanish Literature and a minor in Portuguese Literature. She received her Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1995 with a major in Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century Spanish Literature, and minors in Golden Age Spanish Literature and Twentieth-Century Latin American Literature.
She has been teaching at Santa Clara University since 1979, and has also taught at Stanford University, San José State University, and the University of Arizona.
- Generation of 1898
- Vicente Blasco Ibáñez’s novels of social protest
- Jorge Luis Borges’s short stories
- Rubén Darío and Modernist poetry
- Elementary Spanish I, II, III
- Intermediate Spanish I, II, III
- Advanced Spanish I, II
- Nineteenth-Century Spanish Realism
- Twentieth-Century Spanish Literature I, II
- Contemporary Latin American Short Story
Gloria Elsa Li, La expresión artística en las novelas de protesta social de Vicente Blasco Ibáñez. Trujillo, Perú: Universidad Nacional de Trujillo Press, 1999.
"Bernice Zamora: Interview." Chicana (W)rites: On Word and Film. Eds. María Herrera-Sobek and Helena María Viramontes. Berkeley: Third Woman Press, 1995. 283-303.