Francisco Brignole, Ph.D.



Francisco Brignole

   Assistant Professor of Spanish
   Office: Leutze 278
   Telephone: (910) 962-3346


   B.A., M.A., M.B.A., University of Hawaii at Manoa
   Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Born and raised in Argentina, Dr. Brignole joined the UNCW department of World Languages and Cultures in 2015, where he teaches courses in language, culture and literature. He studies 20th-21st century Spanish-American literature and culture and specializes in exile and migration studies. Dr. Brignole is the current SPN Section Coordinator, and he also serves in the SPN Graduate Steering Committee and Faculty Athletic Council. 

Courses taught at UNCW

SPN 522 - Critical Approaches to 20th and 21st Century Spanish-American Narrative

SPN 512 - Rethinking Argentina: Literary, Visual, and Historical Perspectives

SPN 495 - Political Violence in the Southern Cone

SPN 322 - Introduction to Spanish-American Literature

SPN 306 - Advanced Grammar

SPN 305 - Composition

SPN 303 - Conversation

SPN 302 - Reading Strategies

SPN 201 - Intermediate Spanish I

SPN 102 - Introductory Spanish II

SPN 101 - Introductory Spanish I


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