Sarah Cyganiak

  • Assistant Professor of Modern Languages
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    Lentz Hall 427

    Professor Sarah Cyganiak is a Wisconsin native who earned a B.A. in Spanish and Economics at the University of Michigan in 1998, an M.A. in Spanish language and literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2000; and her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 2011. Her most recent research interests include the 20th century writer/philosopher María Zambrano, language pedagogy and the Camino de Santiago.  Besides teaching all levels of Spanish classes, Prof. Cyganiak supervises the target language experts (Spanish-speaking international graduate students) in the elementary Spanish language program. 

    • Ph.D. — Romance Languages and Literature at the University of Michigan, 2011
    • M.A. — Spanish Language and Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000
    • B.A. — Spanish and Economics, University of Michigan, 1998
    • SPN 1010 Elementary Spanish I
    • SPN 1020 Elementary Spanish II
    • SPN 2010 Intermediate Spanish I
    • SPN 2020 Intermediate Spanish II
    • SPN 3010 Advanced Spanish I
    • SPN 3050 Spanish Intensive Encounter
    • SPN 3080 Political, Economic and Social Issues of the Spanish-speaking world