Eric Warner

WarnerAssistant Professor of Spanish
Office:  ASC 3070
Phone:  231.591.5049


Dr. Warner regularly teaches language and culture courses in Spanish, but teaches French on occasion.  He is the co-director for Ferris’ Study Abroad program to Costa Rica each summer.  Among his areas of interest are film and literature productions from the immigrant and exile perspective, especially when taking into account globalization’s impact on marginalized populations.  Outside of Ferris, he collaborates with the Telamon Corporation, which operates the Michigan Migrant Head Start program and National Farmworkers Jobs Program serving thousands of farmworkers and their family members annually.


B.A. in Spanish and French; Minor-German
   (University of Wisconsin-River Falls)
M.A. in Spanish
   (Western Michigan University) 
PhD in Hispanic Cultural Studies
   (Michigan State University)

Other coursework completed at Université Laval and Southern Arkansas University.