Dr. Eric Kartchner
Associate Professor of Spanish
Office: Interdisciplinary Academic Building 2053
B.A., Weber State University
M.A., University of Nevada, Reno
Ph.D., Indiana University, Bloomington
Eric Kartchner is an associate professor of Spanish. For his bachelor’s, he studied French, Spanish, and Philosophy; his master’s studies were in Hispanic literature and Romance linguistics; and his doctoral studies focused on early modern Hispanic literature, with minors in Hispanic linguistics and comparative literature. He enjoys teaching a wide variety of courses in language, literature, and linguistics. His research ranges from the Spanish Baroque to the Latin American Boom to best practices in language pedagogy. Dr. Kartchner is a certified Oral Proficiency Interview Tester and Tester Trainer for the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. In this role he provides language proficiency training to K-16 language instructors across the country. He also enjoys dancing Latin rhythms, gardening, and raising chickens.
Last updated: 8/4/2023