Mauricio DuarteAssociate ProfessorE000869
Humanities & Social Sciences Department
Awards & Grants
About the Faculty Member
Mauricio Duarte grew up in Bogotá, Colombia, and studied in the School of Architecture and Design at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Before graduation, he accepted a position as a design engineer in Mexico City. Then, he moved to the United States to complete graduate school at Arizona State University. Upon completion of his M.A., Mauricio started his Ph.D. program at the University of Pittsburgh specializing in the study of visual and literary discourses in Latin America with a minor field in Brazilian Culture and Literature. In 2008, he joined Case Western Reserve University where he taught undergraduate courses and seminars on culture and language, literary and visual aesthetics, and environmental issues in Latin America. In 2012, Dr. Duarte moved to Kuwait where he works as Associate Professor at the Gulf University for Science and Technology. Currently, Dr. Duarte is conducting research on transnational print media within the context of the 1960s.