Associate Professor of Latin American Film and Literature and International Affairs; Director, Master of International Policy and Practice Program
|Address:||Elliott School of International Affairs
1957 E Street, N.W.
Areas of Expertise
Africa and its Diaspora; Latin America; the film industries of Latin America and Africa; south-south relations, especially between Latin America and Africa
Professor Captain teaches courses related to Latin America and International Affairs at The George Washington University. She is an expert on the African Diaspora, and South-South relations, particularly between Latin America and Africa. Her other research and practical expertise lies in the internationalization of college campuses. This latter knowledge is honed in her capacity as Executive Director of Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars which boasts a membership of over 175 colleges and universities. In addition, she was recently elected to the Advisory Board of the United Nations Association of the Capital Area. She has published, interviewed, and lectured widely on the subjects of internationalization, south-south relations, and the African Diaspora. She is an active participant in issues of shared governance at the university level, having served as a member of The George Washington University's Faculty Senate and on the Dean's Council.
Ph.D., Stanford University
IAFF 3190 Special Topics in International Affairs
- U.S.-Africa Relations
IAFF 6211 <a data-cke-saved-href="/international-policy-and-practice/core-courses#6211" href="/international-policy-and-practice/core-courses#6211" title="Elliot School course description>MIPP Practicum: Global Policy Matters</a></p> <p><a data-cke-saved-href=" http:="" departments.columbian.gwu.edu="" rgsll="" spanish="" courses="" literature#span3420"="" target="_blank">SPAN 3420 The Essayistic Tradition in Latin America
SPAN 3430 Afro-Latin American Literature and Culture
SPAN 3440 Caribbean Literature and Culture
SPAN 3520 Latin American Colonial Literature
SPAN 4700 Film as Text in Latin America