Russell Galloway

Degree Program: PhD

Research Areas

  • Catholic imagination in early modern Spain
  • Peninsular Protestant Reformation
  • Federico García Lorca
  • Heritage language education


Russell is a PhD student studying Spanish literature. After graduating from Birmingham-Southern College (BA Spanish, Phi Beta Kappa), he moved to Washington, D.C., where he taught K-12 Spanish at private schools. While there, he also attended George Mason University (MA, Spanish) focusing primarily on the possibilities and challenges of multicultural and heritage language education. A few of his favorite learning and research areas include the Catholic imagination in early modern Spain, the peninsular Protestant Reformation, Federico García Lorca, and heritage language education in the southern US’s rural public schools.

Selected Publications

Review of Lorca’s Poetic Practice from “Poemas en Prosa” to “Poeta en Nueva York”, by Andrew A. Anderson. Hispanófila, vol. 200, 2024. (Forthcoming)