Luzmila Camacho-Platero

Faculty Mentor
Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Sciences
Departments of Spanish and Portuguese and Comparative Studies, Marion Campus
camacho-platero.2@osu.edu

An experienced instructor, Dr. Luzmila Camacho-Platero has taught in small liberal arts colleges such as Utica College and Saint Mary’s College. She has experience teaching a variety of courses, ranging from languages, to literature and culture from the Golden Age to the 20th century. Her research explores Golden Age Theater, specifically the topic of la mujer varonil. Her other research interests include contemporary Spanish film and minority cultures.

Currently, Dr. Camacho-Platero is completing an anthology of Medieval and Golden Age Spanish women writers, Publications Antología de escritoras españolas desde la Edad Media al siglo XVII (forthcoming, NY: Routledge) and "Admiraçión operum Dei de Teresa de Cartagena y el derecho a escribir de la mujer" (forthcoming in Signos Literarios). Other work in the anthology includes, “Lesbians Blending with the Crowd on Primetime Spanish Television,” Queer Studies in Media and Popular Culture (Volume I, Number 3, 2016). “Las famosas asturianas: Celebración de la castidad y de la mujer varonil,” by Cuatro Triunfos Aureos y Otros Dramaturgos del Siglo de Oro, El Colegio de México (México, Fall 2010). “Amor Transgresor en La mayor confusión y Los primos amantes de Juan Pérez de Montalbán,” by Revista Destiempos (October – Novermber, 2009, No. 22, México Distrito Federal). La Monja Alférez de Juan Pérez de Montalbán by Estudio Crítico y Edición Anotada and Juan de la Cuesta (Hispanic Monographs, 2006).