Jaclyn SalkauskiAssistant Professor of Spanish
- Ph.D., Florida State University
- M.A., Cleveland State University
- B.A., Baldwin-Wallace University
Jaclyn Salkauski is a native of Cleveland, Ohio. She earned a Ph.D. in Spanish with a focus on comparative literature from Florida State University. Her content area of focus was Pan-Caribbean literature, analyzing gender and race-driven marginalization in the Hispanophone, Francophone and Anglophone Caribbean. Jaclyn is the coordinator for the LEC Spanish Community Based Learning Initiative.
- Caribbean literature
- Music-driven input in the second language classroom
- Race, gender, ethnicity and diversity studies
- U.S. Latino studies
- Trauma studies
- Identity studies
- Intercultural competency in business and medicine
- Community based learning
- Second language teacher preparation and mentorship
- Elementary Spanish I
- Elementary Spanish II
- Comprehensive Elementary Spanish
- Intermediate Spanish I
- Intermediate Spanish II
- Conversation and Composition I
- Conversation and Composition II
- Spanish Grammar in Context
- Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Cultures
- Introduction to Hispanic Literature
- Reading Comprehension and Conversation
- The Modern Language Association (MLA)
- Asociación Internacional de Literatura y Cultura Femenina Hispánica (AILCFH)
- Label Me Latino/a, Editorial Board
- Salkauski, Jaclyn. “Neither Here nor There: Exiled Identity in Gisèle Pineau’s Exile According to Julia.” Voces del Caribe: Revista de estudios caribeños. 7.1 (2016): 210-243. Web.
- Salkauski, Jaclyn. “I Am My Mother: Mother-Daughter Relationships and Identity Formation in the Anglophone Caribbean.” Constructing Identities: The Interaction of National, Gender and Racial Borders. Eds. Antonio Medina-Rivera and Lee Wilberschied. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. 18-32. Print.
- Salkauski, Jaclyn. “Revolving Identity in Esmeralda Santiago’s Almost a Woman.” Label Me Latina/o 3.2 (2013): n. pag. Web.
- Salkauski, Jaclyn. Rev. of Havana is a Really Big City: And Other Short Stories by Mirta Yáñez. Letras Femeninas 39.2 (2013). Print.
- Salkauski, Jaclyn, "From Cutting Cane To Planting Seeds: Race, Gender, And Identity In Caribbean Women's Literature" (2012). Electronic Theses, Treatises and Dissertations. Paper 5158. Web.
Recent Conference Presentations:
- “The Plight of the In-Betweener: Going Back to the Future,” 7th Crossing Over Symposium, Cleveland State University, 2017
- “Pitbull as Game-Changer for US Latino Identity and Nationality,” 6th Crossing Over Symposium, Cleveland State University, 2015
- “Neither Here nor There: Exiled Identity in Gisèle Pineau’s Exile According to Julia,” Caribbean Studies Association 40th Annual Conference, New Orleans, La., 2015
- “Trauma and Exiled Identity,” 5th Crossing Over International Symposium, Cleveland State University, 2013
- “Dreaming of Lenguaje and Revolving Identidad: Language Selection, Memory, and Identity in Gendered Caribbean Literature,” XII Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 2013
- “Spirals of Change in Jane and Louisa’s Kumbla,” 4th Crossing Over International Symposium, Cleveland State University, 2011
- “Transgrediendo la puerta giratoria: La memoria de identidad en Cuando era puertorriqueña de Esmeralda Santiago,” The Pacific Coast Council of Latin American Studies Annual Conference, Pepperdine University, 2010
- "La iglesia católica y los cambios sociales en El Salvador durante la revolución,” 26th Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Cincinnati, 2006