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Dr. Stacy Creech de Castro

Dr. Stacy Creech de Castro
Arts & Science Program, L.R. Wilson Hall – 3038
Office Hours:
Tuesdays 1-3pm

Dr. Stacy Creech de Castro holds the position of Postdoctoral Fellow within the Faculty of Humanities and the Office of the Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning). She has designed and taught courses at both American and Canadian universities, such as College Writing I and College Writing II: Argumentation and Research, at Buffalo State University of New York, ENG 101: Writing About Literature, at Canisius College, and ENGLISH 2RW6: Reading and Writing Criticism, ENGLISH 4ST3: The Early Gothic, ABLD 3CD3: Topics in the Black Caribbean and its Diasporas, LATAM 2A03: Introduction to Latin American and Latinx Studies, and LATAM 3A03: Critical Contemporary Issues in Latin American and Latinx Studies, at McMaster University. She is a co-founder of the Latin American Network at McMaster University (LANMU), and plays an active role in several university committees, including her position as co-lead of the Interdisciplinary Minor in Latin American and Latinx Studies (LALS) within the Interdisciplinary Minors Committee. Additionally, she is co-lead of the Latin American and Latinx Literature Book Club, which welcomes students, faculty, and staff to engage in literary discussions.

Dr. Creech de Castro is an interdisciplinary humanist, and her scholarship is rooted in Black Studies, Latin American and Latinx Studies, Caribbean Studies, Long Eighteenth Century Literature(s), Pedagogy, and Linguistics. Originally from the Dominican Republic, her academic trajectory includes a Bachelor of Science in Pedagogy with double Minors in Linguistics and Writing, a Master of Arts in English, and a Ph.D. in English and Cultural Studies. Her work has appeared in publications such as International Research in Children’s Literature (2019), The Keats-Shelley Association of America (2021), The Conversation (2022), and the anthology Caribbean Children’s Literature (2023). Her upcoming work is set to be featured in collections published by Romanticism on the Net and Routledge.