Glenda Yael Nieto Cuebas

Associate Professor of Modern Foreign Languages



B.A., Interamerican University of Puerto Rico

M.A., University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez

Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst 


Glenda Y. Nieto Cuebas holds a Ph.D. in Hispanic Literature from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She has taught Spanish language and literature courses at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Prior to her appointment at Ohio Wesleyan, she was a Lecturer at Amherst College, where she taught Spanish courses, including Spanish for Heritage Speakers. Her teaching and research interests include contemporary adaptations and productions of Spanish baroque theater, early modern Spanish and colonial Latin American women writers, as well as topics on witchcraft and magic in early modern Spanish literature and culture. Her courses include: Cervantes and the Quijote, Sorceresses and Witches in Spanish Literature, Early Modern Spanish Literature, Introduction to Hispanic Literature, and language courses from beginning to advance levels. At Ohio Wesleyan, she is co-advisor of VIVA, OWU’s Latin American student group.

Areas of Interest / Expertise 

Early Modern Spanish Literature
Spanish Baroque Theater

Academic and Scholarly Achievements

Department Contact Info


University Hall 318
Ohio Wesleyan University
Delaware, OH 43015
P 740-368-3684