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Amy Fuller

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer

School of Arts & Humanities

Staff Group(s)
History, Languages and Global Cultures

Role

Lecturer in the History of the Americas, 1400-1700

Dr Fuller is a Lecturer in History; Seminar Leader for HIST 252: Research and Exploration, HIST 109: Sex, Death and Dogma, Living and Dying in Medieval Europe, and HIST 101: Into the Past; undergraduate dissertation supervisor, and part of a PhD candidate’s supervisory team.

Dr Fuller specialises in Early Modern Spain and Mexico. She is Module Leader of:

  • HIST 274
  • The Eagle and the Snake
  • Conquests and Colonisations of Mexico.

She also contributes to other undergraduate modules, supervises undergraduate dissertations, and supervises at postgraduate level.

Dr Fuller is currently developing her PhD thesis into a monograph and journal article on the religious drama and iconography of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz.

Research areas

Dr Fuller is a member of the Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland

Her research interests include Spanish and colonial golden age drama, the spiritual conquest of Mexico and religious syncretism, renaissance theology and the baroque.

Dr Fuller would be willing to supervise research projects on Early Modern Spain and Mexico, particularly those that focus on religion and culture. Further information may be obtained from the NTU Graduate School.

Publications

Selected publications

  • ‘Rebel With A Cause? From Traitor Prince To Exemplary Martyr: Sor Juana Inés De La Cruz’s Representation Of San Hermenegildo’ Fuller A, European Review Of History: Revue Europeenne D'histoire, 2009, 16 (6), 893-910
  • ‘Sor Juana’s El Divino Narciso: The Gospel According To Ovid?’ Fuller A, Latin And The Vernacular In Taylor B and Coroleu Lletget A (eds.) Renaissance Iberia III, Ovid From The Middle Ages To The Baroque, 2008, Manchester, Manchester University Press

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