Chris Schulenburg is a Professor of Spanish who has taught at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville since 2007. He received his Master's from the University of Colorado-Boulder and his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He teaches courses in Spanish language, Latin American literature and culture, and phonetics. He has presented scholarly research at the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), the Midwest MLA, and the Mid-American Conference on Hispanic Literatures (MACHL), among others. His publications appear in scholarly journals such as Hispania, Revista de estudios hispánicos, and Chasqui. Professor Schulenburg has earned the UW-P Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence, Phi Kappa Phi Excellence in Teaching Award, and the LAE Outstanding Advisor Award. He is currently researching the role of women writers in the reconsideration of anti-slavery novels in Latin America.