Dra. Doreley Coll
Comparative Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples of the Americas/ Multiculturalism in the Canadian Context
MGA Director in Canada. Associate professor University Prince Edward Island. BA (Alberta);MA (Alberta);PhD (Toronto). Co-Director MGA Canada.
Literary Theory; Women’s Studies; Latin American Studies; Golden Age Literature; Mysticism; Santa Teresa de Jesus; Clarice Lispector.
Dr. Doreley Coll is Associate Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies in the Department of Modern Languages at the University of Prince Edward Island. She completed her MA at the University of Alberta with the thesis “Novela testimonial en las dictaduras militares del Cono Sur (1973-1984): narrativas de resistencia”. She obtained her Ph.D in Comparative Literature and Hispanic Studies at the University of Toronto. She is the author of several articles on Latin American contemporary literature, Cervantes (Don Quixote), and women writers. In 2006, she published Epistemología subversiva: el discurso místico de Teresa de Jesús y Clarice Lispector (Pliegos, Madrid). Doreley is the director of the University of Salamanca and University of Uruguay exchange programs. Her research interests are Peninsular and Latin American Literature, Diaspora, and Women’s Studies.