Elizabeth Richmond-Garza

Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor, Department of English
Director, Program in Comparative Literature
HDO383: Society, Culture, and Organizational Diversity
Understanding and Balancing Motivations

Education: Ph.D., Columbia University
Research Interests: Dr. Richmond-Garza writes on Orientalism, Cleopatra, Oscar Wilde, Renaissance drama, the Gothic, and literary theory. She is currently finishing a study of decadent culture at the end of the nineteenth century. She teaches theatre, aesthetics and the fine arts and works actively in eight foreign languages. Richmond-Garza’s multi-media approach to teaching has been honored by a dozen teaching awards.

Human Dimensions of Organizations (HDO): Higher Education at The University of Texas at Austin offering an Executive Master's Degree, Professional Training programs, and a Bachelor's Degree