Foreign Language Faculty
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Domenica L. Newell-Amato, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of French
Phone: (315) 792-4520
Office: 105 DePerno Hall
Domenica Newell-Amato received her PhD in French Literature from Emory University in Atlanta. She specializes in 17th century French theatre, and in particular, the theatre of Jean Racine. Her research interests include early modern Orientalism, African studies, and postcolonial studies. ...More About Domenica L. Newell-Amato
Juan A. Thomas, PhD
Associate Professor of Spanish
M.A.; Ph.D, Hispanic Linguistics,University at Albany. Ph.D., Inorganic Chemistry, MIT. Diploma Italian Linguistics, Università di Perugia. Diplomas Galician- Portuguese Philology, Instituto da lingua galega, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Before arriving at UC, Juan was Visiting Assistant Professor of Hispanic and Italian Studies at the University at Albany. His research interests include language contact, and attitudes toward languages. He is currently working on an ethnographic and linguistic description of the local Hispanic community. ...More About Juan A. Thomas, PhD
Barbara L. Witucki, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
Phone: (315) 792-3829
Office: 201 ECJS Building
Barbara Witucki is an assistant professor in English and also teaches first-year Latin at Utica College. She completed an M.A. and Ph.D. in classical languages and literature at New York University where she specialized in Greek epic. Barbara also has an M.A. in English from Villanova University. Her current research interests include the ancient Greek novel and the influence of classical literature, art, and archeology on the British romantic authors. She has taught ancient Greek and Latin as well as literature courses and writing at the college, high school, and middle school levels.
Linda S. Zee, Ph.D.
Professor of Spanish
Phone: (315) 223-2461
Office: 226 White Hall
Linda Zee has lived and traveled in Latin America [Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina] and Spain. Her principal areas of research are contemporary Latin American women writers and Latin American film. She has created a data base of films in Spanish that are literary adaptations, and is currently researching the Spanish-language film industry in Hollywood in the 1920s and 1930s, along with Mexican horror films of the 1950s and 1960s. She is active in the arts community in Utica, and also participates in cross-country skiing, distance running and gardening. ...More About Linda S. Zee
Frank Bergmann, Ph.D. (retired)
Professor Emeritus of English and German
Neues Gymnasium Ravensburg, Germany
M.A. University of Arkansas
Ph.D. University of Tübingen, Germany
Areas of Interest:
American literature; emphasis on upstate New York
World literature; emphasis on the fairy tale
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Marie-Noëlle D. Little, Ph.D. (retired)
Professor Emerita of French
Marie-Noëlle Little has lived in Sweden, France and Lebanon, before coming to this country in 1969. Most of her research has been on Francophone literature and interdisciplinary studies. ...More About Marie-Noëlle D. Little, Ph.D. (retired)