Mark P. Del Mastro

Associate Provost for Academic and International Programs
Professor of Hispanic Studies

Address: Randolph Hall 210A
Phone: 843.953.6748
Personal Website:


University of Virginia,  Charlottesville, Virginia
Ph.D., Spanish literature, 1993

Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont
M.A., Spanish, 1989

Wake Forest University,  Winston-Salem, North Carolina
B.A., Spanish, 1988

Courses Taught

College of Charleston:
2010-present: Professor of Hispanic Studies

Courses taught (B.A.):
Senior Capstone
Literature in Translation: Female Identity and Sexuality in Post Civil War Spain
Gender, Identity and Hope in 20th Century Spanish Literature
20th Century Spanish Literature
Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Literature
Survey of Spanish Literature II
Spanish Composition
Spanish Conversation
Spanish Skills Review
Beginning Spanish III
Elementary Spanish I

The Citadel:
2005-2010: Professor of Spanish
1997-2005: Associate Professor of Spanish
1992-97: Assistant Professor of Spanish

Elementary Spanish Communication I
Elementary Spanish Communication II
Intermediate Spanish Communication
Spanish Conversation, Reading, and Composition
Intermediate Hispanic Culture
Intermediate Spanish Composition & Conversation
Intermediate Spanish Culture
Advanced Spanish Conversation
Advanced Spanish Composition
Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Literature
Survey of Spanish Literature
Business Spanish
Spanish Business Correspondence
Special Topics in Contemporary Spanish Culture
Special Topics in Contemporary Spanish Usage
Special Topics in Contemporary Spanish Usage and Spanish American Culture
Nineteenth Century Literature of Spain
Twentieth Century Literature of Spain
The Generation of 1898
The Spanish Civil War, the Francoist Dictatorship and the Spanish Novel
Spanish in the Context of Civil Engineering
Spanish Language Pedagogy
Internship in Hispanic Language & Culture