Sandra Casanova-Vizcaíno specializes in Hispanic Caribbean literature, film and culture. More specifically, her research work focuses on science fiction, gothic and horror fiction from 19th century to the present. Her articles on Caribbean literature and film have been published in national and international journals.
She was granted an IASH Faculty Fellowship, fall 2015, from Binghamton Univeristy. She also co-organized a Dean's Speaker Series titled “Current Trends in Caribbean Thought." Casanova-Vizcaíno is an advisor to Spanish majors and has served as Graduate Director. She is a member of the James and Catherine O'Connor scholarship committee and is an affiliated faculty with Latin American and the Caribbean Area Studies Program (LACAS).
IASH Faculty Fellowship
- fall 2015