Michigan State University
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Romance and Classical Studies
Nancy Marino
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Degree: PhD, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Position: Distinguished Professor of Spanish

Research Interest: Late medieval and early renaissance Spanish Literature and history

Campus Address: B366 Wells

Phone: 517-884-6352


Nancy Marino is Distinguished Professor of Spanish. Her research on late medieval and early Renaissance Spanish literature and history has been widely published in national and international venues. She is the author of nine books and more than thirty articles. Her most recent book, El Cancionero de la corte de Carlos V (y su autor Luis de Ávila y Zúñiga) will be published in 2018. Professor Marino is director of the Valencia study abroad program, the MSU representative to the Newberry Library’s Renaissance Center, and President of the Iberomedieval Association of North America.