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Marta Boris

Marta Boris

Assistant Professor of Spanish

Office

Administration Bldg. 308

Phone

208-885-5079

Mailing Address

Modern Languages & Cultures Department
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3174
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3174

Marta Boris is an assistant professor of Spanish.

  • Ph.D., Romance Languages in Spanish, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 2012
  • M.A., Spanish, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 2005
  • B.S., Psychology, University of Alabama, Birmingham, 2000
  • Bachelor in Nursing, Universidad de Barcelona, 1991

Marta Boris Tarre, is originally from Barcelona and holds a doctorate in Romance Languages from the University of Alabama with a specialization in Iberian literature culture and language. She is currently an assistant professor of Iberian studies at the University of Idaho where she teaches Iberian literature, cinema and courses such as Spanish for the professions and medical Spanish. Her research interests are Hispanic cinema and literature twentieth and twenty-first centuries, female migrations, trafficking of women for sexual exploitation, cultural perceptions between the West and Middle East and religious conversions, for which she has several publications in journals. She is part of the editorial board of Puente Atlántico, where she has also published. Professor Boris Tarré has more than twelve years of experience teaching Spanish language, literature and culture at all levels.

  • Cultural perceptions between the Middle East and West
  • Human Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation
  • Migrations
  • Spanish for the Professions

  • Spanish for the Professions. In collaboration with Dr. Celaya (second author). Cognella, Inc. publications. Published in January 2016.
  • “Racismo y xenofobia en la Catalunya actual en Catalunya Über alles! (2011) de Ramón Tèrmens.” Puente Atlántico del siglo XXI. El boletín interdisciplinar de la Asociación de Licenciados y Doctores Españoles en Estados Unidos. AÑO XXXVI. Enero 2016. 73-81. (Peer Reviewed). https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33884966/Puente%20Atl%C3%A1ntico%20enero%202016.pdf
  • “Voces disidentes y nuevas identidades religiosas en una emigración femenina autónoma  marroquí en Un novio para Yasmina (2009) de Irene Cardona y Retorno a Hansala (2010) de Chus Gutiérrez.” Studia Iberica et Americana: Journal of Iberian and Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies. (Peer Reviewed). Issue 2 (December 2015). http://hss.fullerton.edu/mll/journal/issues/issue2.aspx
  • “Female Trafficking at Mexico´s Northern Border: A view of the client´s role.” In collaboration with Dr. Celaya (first author). Slavery Today Journal. A Multidisciplinary Journal of Human Trafficking Solutions Vol. 2. Issue 2. December 2015. (Peer Reviewed). http://www.slaverytodayjournal.org/downloads/volume-2-issue-2-december-2015-full-issue/
  • “Hacia una construcción psicológico-cultural de género en la mujer traficada en La mosca en la ceniza (2009) de Gabriela David.” Confluencia. Revista Hispánica de Cultura y Literatura. Greeley, Colorado: University of Northern Colorado, Vol. 30, No. 2 (Spring 2015). (Refereed Journal).
  • “Yo también soy ciudadano español: transformaciones identitarias religiosas emergentes en el filme El próximo Oriente (2006) de Fernando Colomer.” Cuadernos de Aldeeu, Vol. 29 (Spring 2015).
  • "Académicos y profesionales españoles en EEUU: un nuevo reto sobre nación e identidad.” Puente Atlántico. Siglo XXl. Magazine online de los profesionales españoles en América. ALDEEU. Asociación de Licenciados y Doctores de EEUU, 13 March 2014. (Peer Reviewed). http://puenteatlantico.aldeeu.org/2014/03/13/academicos-y-profesionales-espanoles-en-eeuu-un-nuevo-reto-sobre-nacion-e-identidad-2/
  • "Human traffic for sexual exploitation in La mosca en la ceniza: the role of the client." Crítica Hispánica. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Duquesne, Vol. XXXV, No.2 (2013) (Peer Reviewed). “Construcción de género en perfume de violetas, nadie te oye (2001) de Marisa Systach.” El ojo que piensa. Revista virtual de cine Iberoamericano. Méjico: Universidad de Guadalajara. Año 4. Número 8, Julio- Diciembre, 2013. (Peer Reviewed). http://www.elojoquepiensa.net/08/index.php/plano-secuencia/construccion-de-genero-en-perfume-de-violetas
  • “Violencia doméstica y maltrato social a la mujer inmigrante en la novela Contra el viento (2009) de Ángeles Caso.” Revista Liberia. Hispanic Journal of Cultural Criticism. 1 (2013). (Peer Reviewed). http://www.revistaliberia.org/1-2013
  • “Relaciones centro-periféricas en un contexto migratorio español en Un novio para Yasmina (2008) de Irene Cardona.” Polifanía Revista académica de estudios. Clarksville, Tenn: Austin Peay State University, 1.1 (2011). (Peer Reviewed). http://www.apsu.edu/polifonia/volume-i-issue-i

Modern Language and Cultures

Physical Address:
302 Administration Building

Mailing Address:
Modern Languages & Cultures Department
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3174
Moscow, ID 83844-3174

Phone: 208-885-6179

Fax: 208-885-5221

Email: modlang@uidaho.edu

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