Teresa Longo
Acting Vice Provost for International Affairs, Director of the Reves Center, William & Mary

Teresa Longo is Professor of Hispanic Studies at the College of William & Mary. Her scholarship focuses on the relationship between Latin America and the United States as it is articulated culturally.

Her publications include “Humanity Rendered Visible: Literature, Art and the Post-9/11 Imagination” and Pablo Neruda and the US Culture Industry. Her new book, Visible Dissent: A Poetics of Advocacy for the Americas is under contract with the University of Iowa Press.
She teaches: Love and the Political Imagination, The Idea of the University, Local/Global Issues, Urban Images, and Issues in Mexican Culture. Her courses engage the literary arts within an interdisciplinary, cultural studies framework.

As former Dean for Educational Policy and Dean for Curriculum Review she worked on the design of William & Mary’s new College Curriculum, which emphasizes an integrated, interdisciplinary and global approach to liberal education. As Dean, she had oversight of the Humanities and Arts Departments and the Global Studies programs.

In 2017-18 she serves as Interim Vice Provost for International Affairs and Director of the Reves Center.