- Span 152 01 M eve Outline - Schedule - Topics - Map
- 152 Notes: Introduction - Transition - Felipe Gonzalez
- 152 Notes: Questions 1 - Questions 2 - Ten Yrs After - 20th Century
- 152 Notes: Roman Spain - Muslim Spain - Catholic Kings
- 152 Notes: Carlos V - Felipe II - Ultimos Reyes del Siglo XVII
- 152 Notes: Notas sobre los reyes
- Span 152 02 MW Outline - Schedule - Topics - Map
- Span 250B Outline - Schedule - Topics - Guide - Map - Barcelona - Madrid - Andalucia - Galicia
- 250B Notes: Felipe V - Carlos III y Carlos IV - Bourbon Dynasty
- Span 7 Outline - Schedule
- Span 47 Outline - Schedule
- Span 153 Outline - Schedule - Map - Topics - Geo Intro - Olmecas - Mayas - Mexicas - Conquest - Independencia- Porfiriato - Revolucion
Dr. Joseph A. Klucas is a Professor of Spanish in the Department of Foreign Languages. He received his B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in Spanish, with a concentration in Brazilian Portuguese, from the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa. His area of research and scholarship is Erasmus of Rotterdam and his influence on Renaissance humanists in sixteenth-century Spain and Portugal.
Dr. Klucas developed his fluency in Spanish by participating in family stays in Temuco, Chile, and study abroad programs at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City, and the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain. Prior to his arrival at CSUS, he taught for two years as a visiting assistant professor at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, a four year private Liberal Arts college. At CSUS, in addition to Spanish, he has also taught elementary and intermediate Portuguese.
Dr. Klucas enjoys serving as the first contact person for new freshmen and transfer Spanish majors, guiding students through their Spanish major, and assisting them in planning their study abroad programs. Dr. Klucas currently teaches courses in the area of civilization and culture of Spain, Mexico, and Spanish America, as well as in Spanish conversation and composition. His outside interests include playing classical guitar and Spanish and Latin American folk music.
Erasmus of Rotterdam