Associate Director, Associate Professor in Residence, Latin American and Caribbean Studies (Ph.D., Yale)
Areas of Interest:
Border and Immigration Studies
Contemporary Latin American Literature, with a focus on Human Rights and Testimony
Literature of the Caribbean, Mexican, and Central American diasporas
Dr. Gebelein received her doctorate, M. Phil., and Master’s in Hispanic Literatures from Yale University Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese. Prior to her position at UConn, she worked as an educational consultant for the Anti-Defamation League and the Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis, and as a translator in health care and law enforcement settings. Anne Gebelein teaches a wide variety of courses in Latino and Latin American Studies, with a focus on migration, human rights, and border studies. She is faculty Co-Chair of Service Learning for the university, the ECE coordinator for Latin American Studies, and she directs community outreach efforts for El Instituto.