Dawn Slack, PhD, is Associate Professor of Spanish at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, USA. She has published two works about Mexican multi-mediaist Cristina Pacheco (in The Boom Femenino in Mexico: Reading Contemporary Women’s Writing, 2011, and in The Contemporary Mexican Chronicle: Theoretical Perspectives on the Liminal Genre, 2002). Additional publications explore entrepreneurial literacy and examine further the works of Pacheco and other contemporary authors, such as Pat Mora, Elena Poniatowska, and Marta Traba. She researches languages for special purposes (LSP), entrepreneurship, leadership, language pedagogy, gender and subaltern issues, film studies, and border identities, while also writing and publishing poetry in both English and Spanish.Karen L. Rauch, PhD, is Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, USA, where she has also served as Associate Professor and Chair of the Modern Language Studies Department. Her recent publications include the translation of Roberto Forns Broggi’s book, Nudos como estrellas, as well as a chapter in Mohammed Albakry’s Translation and the Intersection of Texts, Contexts and Politics: Historical and Socio-Cultural Perspectives. As Associate Dean, one of her foci has been establishing a relationship with faculty and administration in various Cuban universities with the goal of developing international educational opportunities for students and faculty.