In addition to courses in the basic and intermediate Spanish language/cultures sequence, Prof. Henager teaches a wide range of courses in the advanced literatures and cultural studies curriculum. Many of the advanced courses he teaches are related in some form to his primary interests in contemporary Spanish American narrative, popular culture in literature, and literary representations of transculturation. His current research focuses on the roles literature and journalism play in Latin America in modifying meanings associated with imported US cultural products, especially baseball.
1996, Ph.D. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Hispanic Literatures
1992, A.M. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Hispanic Literatures
1989, B.A. Rhodes College, Spanish
- Interdepartmental 331 - THEORY/PRACTICE OF GRANT WRTG
- Modern Language 460 - INTERNSHIP
- Spanish 099 - TOPICS: ELEM SPAN IN ECUADOR
- Spanish 101 - ELEMENTARY SPANISH
- Spanish 201 - INTERMEDIATE SPANISH
- Spanish 209 - SPANISH IN ECUADOR
- Spanish 306 - SPANISH AMERICAN CULTURE & LIT
- Spanish 307 - ORAL PROFICIENCY PRACTICM
- Spanish 309 - SPANISH IN ECUADOR
- Spanish 310 - SPANISH IN MEMPHIS
- Spanish 310 - U S HISPANIC LIT AND CULTURES
- Spanish 320 - SPANISH AMERICAN DRAMA
- Spanish 370 - SOUTHERN CONE LITERATURE
- Spanish 405 - MEXICAN LITERATURE AFTER 1911
- Spanish 406 - SPAN AMERICAN CONTEMPRY NOVEL
- Spanish 408 - SPANISH AMERICAN SHORT STORY
- Spanish 486 - SENIOR SEMINAR
- Spanish 495 - HONORS TUTORIAL
“Rewriting Truth: The End of the Narrative Act in Two Southern Cone Detective Novels.” INTI: Revista de literaratura hispánica. Nos. 61-62 (Primavera-Otoño 2005), 133-142.
“Inside and Outside Pitches: Reading the Cubanization of Baseball.” Caribe: Revista de cultura y literatura. 6.2 (Invierno 2004), 5-28.