Tammy Fong-Morgan


Associate Professor, Spanish
Director of UCET

Office Location: Wiekamp Hall, Room DW3225
Office Phone: (574) 520-4852

email: bfong@iusb.edu

PhD, University of Michigan

I have taught at IU South Bend since 1997. Previously, I taught at Lake Tahoe Community College, Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nevada and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. I currently serve as a member of the Latin American/Latino Studies, Facilities Management, and Visual Literacy Committees at IU South Bend.  I amTech Mentor for the University Center for Excellence in Teaching and liaison for the IU Advance College Project (concurrent enrollment program) in Spanish.  I also serve on the International Programs, University Center for Excellence in Teaching, and the South Bend English Institute Advisory Boards. I am an advisor to majors and minors in the Spanish program and participate in the IU South Bend Professional Advisors Council.

Teaching Interests:
I teach all levels of Spanish language, literature, and culture.

Research Interests:
My publications include:

Instructor’s Resource Manual to accompany Plazas, 3rd edition. Thomson Heinle ISBN 978-1-4282-0616-8. Thomson Heinle, 2008.
Tips for using Oncourse CL. With Dave Vollrath. DVD format and streamed at http://www.iusb.edu/~ucet/oncoursevideo.shtml. 2007.
"Musical Frontiers in Martin Fierro" in Musical Migrations (refereed collection; ed. Frances Aparicio) from Palgrave Press published November 2002.
Memorial de una escritura: aproximaciones a la obra de Marjorie Agosín. Co-edited with Emma Sepúlveda. Includes Dr. Morgan's chapter "Escribiéndonos a nosotras mismas: las experiencias femeninas heterogéneas en La felicidad" Cuarto Propio, Chile, 2002.
Amigas: Letters of Friendship and Exile (epistolary novel by Marjorie Agosín & Emma Sepúlveda; translation by Bridget M. Morgan) from University of Texas Press, 2001.