B.A., French and Spanish; B.A., Psychology, the University of Kansas; M.A., Translation, Kent State University; Ph.D. (ABD), Comparative Literature, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Teaching and Research Interests:

The pedagogy of Bantu languages (Lingala) and romance languages (French and Spanish); translation studies; African literature; African Diaspora literature; spirituality, religion, and literature

Current Research:

Donato Fhunsu's current research focuses on language acquisition and pedagogy; translation studies (translation and interpretation); the literature of Africa and the African Diaspora written in English, Spanish, and French; the intersection of spirituality, religion, and literature; and creative writing.